A Murder of Crows

Abigail Crowe is willing to accept that no amount of illegal magic will be able to bring her father back from the dead. She’s willing to appear proper at the funeral (or at least try). She’s even willing to put up with her little brother, William, and his questions about death. But when their mother whisks Abby and her brother south to stay with their estranged uncle, Dr. Edward Crowe, Abby decides she is not willing to ignore the eeriness of ancient Ravenscourt Manor. Screams in the night, an insane gardener, and a murder blamed on her late father are only the beginning. As Abby breaks the rules to dig deeper into the mysteries surrounding her family’s history, she finds that, where magic is involved, things are rarely as simple as they appear.

Could her father actually be a murderer? What is Uncle Edward hiding in the attic? And perhaps most importantly—which family secrets are worth keeping locked up?

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  • Chapter I : A Most Dismal Prospect (1, 2, 3)
  • Chapter II : Ravenscourt Manor
  • Chapter III : Wards and Warnings
  • Chapter IV : The Gardener’s Tale
  • Chapter V : Hide and Go Seek
  • Chapter VI : “The Grounds are Rather Unpleasant at Night”
  • Chapter VII : A Cry in the Darkness
  • Chapter VIII : Keeper of the Dead
  • Chapter IX : A Yuletide Carol
  • Chapter X : Curiouser and Curiouser
  • Chapter XI : “Good Will and Charity”
  • Chapter XII : Smoke and Mirrors
  • Chapter XIII : Through the Looking Glass
  • Chapter XIV : The Iron Cage
  • Chapter XV : Crime and Punishment
  • Chapter XVI : “Locked Doors are Locked for a Reason”
  • Chapter XVII : A Thing Worse than Magic

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