When a Black writer goes missing, a white podcast host with a savior complex takes up the cause of finding her—and collides with a coven of influencers she suspects are responsible. "Where true crime and witchcraft meet...the show masks digestible magic for the beginner witch underneath a tale that discusses all the wrongs in society, which is really what witchcraft is all about." — Teen Vogue. "A thriller with heart." — Good Morning America
After a summer in Westchester soaking up how the other half lives, Jenna Clayton has vanished without a trace. The only clue: a set of voice memos detailing an investigation into a group of influencers she suspected were using magic to achieve their means.
Elise Edgerton is outraged that no one has found Jenna yet, and decides to take up the cause. But despite believing she is using her platform for good, Elise’s mission threatens to turn her into an even worse villain than a witch: a white savior.
Written by Pia Wilson.
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Do Not Die First
Jenna Clayton arrives in Westchester for the summer with Victor, her wealthy, white boyfriend. A month later, gossip-podcaster Elise Edgerton runs into old-flame Victor in a coffee shop and learns Jenna has gone missing.
These Retrogrades Are Killing Me
At a summer BBQ, Jenna clashes with a group of influencers: Brooke, Carmen, Meghan, and BeBe. Elise becomes determined to find Jenna— and believes she’s the only one who can.
All Skinfolk Ain’t Kinfolk
As Jenna’s haunting visions increase in severity, she tries— and fails— to patch things up with Carmen, the one woman of color in the group.
After stumbling upon a magical ritual, Jenna’s witchy suspicions about the influencers are confirmed. When Elise confronts Brooke about Jenna’s whereabouts, a strange seduction occurs.
War is declared on the coven. At a silent auction, Elise’s serious investigation becomes a laughingstock.
Jenna seeks an ally in her fight against the influencers, only to learn the price of practicing magic.
Dead White Man Says What
When she’s almost lost hope, a ghost appears to Jenna with some practical advice. Elise’s (entirely-fabricated) connection with Victor hangs on by a thread.
On How to Give Magical Beatdowns
Elise’s search takes her to an unfamiliar place—aka Brooklyn. Meanwhile, Jenna’s whereabouts are finally revealed.