Newly promoted to lead the Supernatural Crimes Squad, Lieutenant Luna Wilder and her team are on the trail of a fire-starter. Something is setting Nocturne City's homes ablaze with magic. There is something else going on too. Why does she keep encountering federal agent Will Fagin? What is his interest in the case?
As Luna uncovers clues, even stranger things start happening, and strange by Nocturne City standards is really strange. She has to accept Will's help, and even the dubious assistance of Lucas, a Wendigo wanted for murder. Even her cousin Sunny and her disapproving grandmother are brought in to assist.
Witch Craft moves at a much better pace than the last book in the series, at least in my opinion. The action is non-stop and the plot is well-designed. It is rewarding to watch the growth of the characters and how they have changed during the series.
If I was disappointed that Will's secret duplicated a recent TV series premise, the feelings were momentary and I look forward to future interaction with the agent and Luna.