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by Dolores Stewart Riccio

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ISBN:
0786281111
Author:
Dolores Stewart Riccio
Language:
English
Publisher:
Thorndike Press (November 14, 2005)
Pages:
507 pages
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I just finished Dolores Stewart Riccio's latest, The Divine Circle Of Ladies Making Mischief. I was thrilled to see included at the back of The Divine Circle of Ladies Making Mischief a chapter for the next book in the series

I just finished Dolores Stewart Riccio's latest, The Divine Circle Of Ladies Making Mischief. It is the third book in her series featuring Cass Shipton who just happens to be Wiccan and is always getting involved in crime solving. Previous books are Circle of Five and Charmed Circle. I was thrilled to see included at the back of The Divine Circle of Ladies Making Mischief a chapter for the next book in the series.

Start by marking The Divine Circle of Ladies Making Mischief (A Cass Shipton Mystery as. .I read and enjoyed earlier books in this series, so I was looking forward to reading "Divine Circle of Ladies Making Mischief," but I found it difficult reading

Start by marking The Divine Circle of Ladies Making Mischief (A Cass Shipton Mystery as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. I read and enjoyed earlier books in this series, so I was looking forward to reading "Divine Circle of Ladies Making Mischief," but I found it difficult reading. There were quite a few subplots, which I thought would lead somewhere but most just fizzled, and only a few actually had to do with the main plot. In fact, though, there are actually three main plots: the pig farm, deaths at the rehab hospital, and a young woman, her son Hari and her abusive Saudi husband.

I just finished Dolores Stewart Riccio's latest, The Divine Circle Of Ladies Making Mischief. Cass, who lives in Plymouth, Massachusetts, runs a web-based all natural herbal product business. Cass and her group of friends: Fiona, Heather, Deirdre, and Phillipa, form a Wiccan circle that celebrates the holidays together as well as interact continually in one another's lives.

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Dolores Stewart Riccio is the author of three previous Cass Shipton novels, The Divine Circle of Ladies Making Mischief, Circle of Five, and Charmed Circle, as well as numerous highly acclaimed nonfiction books on the subjects of health and cooking

Dolores Stewart Riccio is the author of three previous Cass Shipton novels, The Divine Circle of Ladies Making Mischief, Circle of Five, and Charmed Circle, as well as numerous highly acclaimed nonfiction books on the subjects of health and cooking. She lives in Rhode Island and is currently at work on her next novel.

Bibliographic Details. Title: The Divine Circle of Ladies Making Mischief. Publisher: Thorndike Press. Publication Date: 2005. Dolores Riccio is the author of eight cookbooks, including Superfoods: 300 Recipes for Foods that Heal the Mind and Body and Superfoods for Women: 300 Recipes that Fulfill Your Special Nutritional Needs. She is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals. She lives in Warwick, Rhode Island.

These are some of my most beloved comfort books, full of cozy mystery, delicious intrigue, complex, interesting characters, and fascinating plot development. I love all of the books! I've read them over and over. I love all the Circle books! These ladies rock! 23 April 2014.

Dolores Stewart Riccio. Manufacturer: Kensington Release date: 5 April 2005 ISBN-10 : 075820986X ISBN-13: 9780758209863. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.

LADIES COURTING TROUBLE Also by Dolores Stewart Riccio THE DIVINE CIRCLE OF LADIES MAKING MISCHIEF CHARMED CIRCLE . Ladies courting trouble. Dolores stewart riccio.

LADIES COURTING TROUBLE Also by Dolores Stewart Riccio THE DIVINE CIRCLE OF LADIES MAKING MISCHIEF CHARMED CIRCLE CIRCLE OF FIVE LADIES COURTING TROUBLE DOLORES.

Who says you have to act your age? Certainly not the women of "the circle" - five kindred souls whose steadfast friendship is as entertaining as it is fulfilling: five women who are shaking things up in the idyllic New England town of Plymouth, Massachusetts. When they get together, anything can happen - and it usually does. For these bright, warm, adventurous women also seem to be a magnet for the strange, wild, and dangerous.

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  • Anayajurus
The third in a series, this book continues to let us peek in on the circle of five. This series of books is definitely a light, enjoyable read. They're not overly violent, but do keep you engaged in the story line. The Wiccan and herbal info is woven into these books in a way that won't "offend" non-pagans. It's nice to have good fiction that accurately describes modern Wicca (not spewing the TV/movie wicca disinfo). I'm hoping for many more in this series. And perhaps another series from this author that is accurate in pagan beliefs. According to the authors website, she's finished 2 more books (after #4) and has started a 3rd. For some reason, they're not getting published! On the authors website, you can find an email address to pass on your support for this series of books to the publisher and ask for more! And if anyone has a clue as to why there's a problem with getting these books published, please share...because I'm completely baffled! UPDATE: on the author's website she states that she is no longer working with her old publisher and is looking for a new one. Let's hope she finds one very soon!
  • Ral
I love the Divine Circle of Lady books. They are fun to read, mysterious and magical. I highly recommend them to everyone!!!
  • Tehn
This is the first book i read by this author. Very interesting. I'm going to read other books by Delores S.
Riccio.
  • Zeueli
I just finished Dolores Stewart Riccio's latest, The Divine Circle Of Ladies Making Mischief. It is the third book in her series featuring Cass Shipton who just happens to be Wiccan and is always getting involved in crime solving. Previous books are Circle of Five and Charmed Circle. Cass, who lives in Plymouth, Massachusetts, runs a web-based all natural herbal product business. Cass and her group of friends: Fiona, Heather, Deirdre, and Phillipa, form a Wiccan circle that celebrates the holidays together as well as interact continually in one another's lives. Cass' gift is clairvoyance and she frequently 'sees' things that lead her and her friends into hazardous situations in order to resolve local crimes or mysteries.

Cass' fiancé, Joe is back in this story, as well as Cass' grown children: Becky with husband Ron, Cathy with partner Irene, and Adam, who may or may not be involved with someone. And of course we again catch up with the husbands and boyfriends of the other women in the story also. Cass has a knack for rescuing people who are hurting or in need, and we get to meet her newest 'rescue', Rose in this story. Cass' previous rescues, Tip and Freddie, from previous books make appearances as well. Scruffy, Cass' dog is a big part of all three books. Cass can 'hear' what Scruffy is thinking, their conversations are so wonderful, and I think any dog lover will relate. Ms. Riccio creates three villains for this book that are truly characters I enjoyed seeing get what they deserved for their crimes.

There are three mysteries/crimes in The Divine Of Ladies Making Mischief, and this book had more than enough action to keep me turning the pages. I received this copy on Friday afternoon, and read it all from about seven until two Saturday morning. Ms. Riccio has such a gift for making the reader care about her characters. One of my very favorite things about this series(and truly, there are a lot of great things in these books) is the women's relationships with one another. Each of these characters are true friends to the others, even when just as in real life, it isn't always convenient or easy. The Wiccan thread that runs throughout the books is so well done, Cass and her friends practice their faith consistently, honestly, and in a

way that is truly spiritually satisfying to read.

I just love this series. I was thrilled to see included at the back of The Divine Circle of Ladies Making Mischief a chapter for the next book in the series. Now I'll just have to be happy with re-reading the series so far while I wait for the new book!
  • Nagis
A quintet of upper-class middle-aged women use Wiccan magic and old-fashioned chutzpah to solve mysteries in this light, fun read.

I really enjoyed the mystery plot. Our intrepid heroines' dilemma makes total sense--they know what's going on, but they have no proof beyond their mystical powers, therefore no evidence to take to the police. What's a witch to do? Solve the crime herself, of course.

Along the way there's a lot of cute dog interaction (the POV character has a dog, and an ability to understand Scruffy's thoughts; Scruffy is a very true-to-life dog and so cute), and beautiful description of the women's Wiccan rituals. You can just see the candles flickering, smell the salt air, taste the food.

One minor quibble: The characters have a tendency to speak in sermons and adages rather than in normal dialogue. I don't know anyone who, even in the company of their pagan circle, talks quite this much about "harm none," the threefold law, the proper diet for dogs, "thoughts are things," etc.