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A day's work is never done for part-time P.I. Charlie Moon. As if fighting the toughest hombres and nastiest outlaws roaming the Southwest weren't enough, Charlie must still save up some strength—and a whole lot of patience—for the little guys. His latest distress call is no exception: Local widow Loyola Montoya is making a fuss about witches. Witches?
Loyola swears there's a whole midnight brood lurking in the woods, mocking her with lewd songs and harassing her with the carcasses of dead animals. Since she's been known to cry wolf, Charlie's loath to take her too seriously—until he arrives and discovers that Loyola took matters into her own hands…with disastrous results. Even though it's too late for Charlie to save her, his Aunt Daisy—an aged Ute shaman who can communicate with the spirit world—may just have what it takes to help the widow get her revenge after all.
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