Whiskey Witches

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A string of occult murders. A witch with no powers. The fun never ends.

Detective Paige Whiskey is the only Whiskey Witch without powers.

Or is she?

When she’s called to St. Francisville, Louisiana to solve a series of occult murders, her world is forever changed. She discovers that demons are real and uncovers a secret about her past that could destroy her family.

Together with demon hunter, Dexx Colt, her kitchen-witch grandmother, and her paranormal investigator brother-in-law, they unravel a conspiracy far bigger than a few simple murders.

Paige is the demon summoner. And she’s the key to a much larger plan.


1 Review for Whiskey Witches

  1. 5 out of 5

    Joy Giachino

    I fell in love with the Whiskeys’ when I was introduced to them in book 0 – Over time this series has morphed into an absolute must-read series for anyone who enjoys the supernatural genre – I own box set one which includes episodes 0-4
    The Whiskey Witches are such a fun and entertaining series –
    In book one there is a lot going on – we meet the primary characters and their standing within the Whiskey family and/or relation to them. We also get to meet one of the primary antagonists (he is a bit unhinged, to say the least) as well as some other characters that I have yet to place as helpful or harmful – The storyline is a bit like a roller coaster we have our slower build-ups that include the characters and the universe that Blooding is creating – This is the first episode in the series and there is a lot provided to us – then suddenly we hit those fast-paced hearts in your throat scenes that have you battling your inner child from peeking ahead
    I love Paige and I want Daxx (he grows on you I didn’t click with him till later in the series)
    If you enjoy paranormal with a lot of action and intrigue, dotted with comedy, and a bit of angst on occasion then this is a series you do not want to pass up

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Notes From Frankie

This series started off as a real emotional experience. I'd just lost my kids to my parents. I was filled with a ton of anger and didn't know how to deal with it.

This book has gone through 30+ edits and people still find more typos or things that were missed. As they're found, I keep updating it.

This is one of my earlier books, though, so the pacing isn't what I'd call stellar. It was written intuitively. LOL! It shows. But it's still a good book.


There are a few people who get Supernatural references and I've even been reamed pretty hard about those.

Supernatural came after this book did. However, it was in existence on several of the edits and I did include some references to Sam and Dean - mostly Dean - as we went through. I was trying to find the flavor I wanted for this series. That flavor has gotten better as the series progressed.

The World

This was supposed to be a stand-alone story. I'd driven through St. Francisville when I'd been stationed in Alabama and again when I was traveling through with the Ren Fair. It's a great area.

It's not quite as I described it though. I Hollywooded a few things up pretty hardcore.