The Wonky Inn Series
Book # 1
Alfhild Daemonne has inherited an inn.
And a dead body.
Estranged from her witch mother, and having committed to little in her thirty years, Alf surprises herself when she decides to start a new life.
She heads deep into the English countryside intent on making a success of the once popular inn. However, discovering the murder throws her a curve ball. Especially when she suspects dark magick.
Book # 1.5
It’s an ill wind that blows no good…
An unexpected snowmageddon threatens to derail Christmas at Alfhild Daemonne’s inn.
She’s hosting her first festive celebration, so she’s understandably disappointed when guests begin cancelling bookings, thanks to the abnormal wintery conditions in the south west of England.
Book # 2
Alf has tried to banish her demons.
And her ghosts.
But memories of her recent past linger and keep her awake.
Every night it’s the same. Insomnia.
When she does eventually drift off, she’s woken almost immediately by a sobbing spirit.
Book # 3
A charming and peaceful village in the south west of England. All thatched cottages and winding country lanes, triangle sandwiches, cream teas, and picture postcard perfection.
But people are dropping like flies.
It’s just the flu, right?
Could be. Except, wonkiest witch, Alfhild Daemonne, is about to host the vampire wedding of the century at Whittle Inn.
Book # 4
There’s a psychic fayre heading to Whittlecombe.
Alf, the witch, didn’t see it coming … perhaps she should have done.
Whittle Inn is up and running and gaining in popularity. Proud owner Alfhild Daemonne can afford to relax, can’t she?
When her neighbouring inn decides to host the south west region’s largest ever Psychic and Holistic Convention, you’d think that would allow Alf the opportunity to make lots of new friends. Think of it! Dozens and dozens of fortune tellers, mediums, diviners, psychics, rune-tellers, witch doctors, and even a voodoo priestess from New Orleans – all gathered together in one big field.
Book # 5
Water, water everywhere … but not a drop to drink.
Alfhild Daemonne’s beloved Speckled Wood is dying.
When several Whittlecombe locals are taken seriously ill, she discovers that the water in and around the village has been poisoned.
The wonky inn owner knows full well her bitter arch-rivals The Mori are out to do serious harm to her reputation, her business, and the land she cherishes – and yet she’s the one being scapegoated.
Once again, the villagers have placed the blame firmly at poor Alf’s door.
Book # 6
Dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones …
Building work at Whittle Inn has unearthed a skeleton.
Horrified Alfhild Daemonne, recently returned from a holiday overseas, is keen to find out who the unfortunate victim was and how they died. After all, she might need to make reparations to the victim’s family for an atrocity one of her ancestors committed.
What was the victim’s link to Alf’s wonky inn and why were they interred within the walls?