Haunt Couture & Ghosts Galore Book Review
Cookie Chanel, vintage clothing store owner, helps solve the murder of a friend who was a fashion designer. She has the help of two ghosts, as well as a cat who can read tarot cards and the Ouija board. This book is a bit of a farce on fantasy fiction, but is quite suspenseful, just the same.
A Question of Inheritance Book Review
The English story set in Selchester Castle during the early 1950s continues, with a new heir and a new murder.
The Skeleton in the Closet Book Review
Just before the Cannonball in the Wall celebration in the small southern town of Sugarland, a volunteer is murdered, and Verity Long must find the murderer before there are more murders and negative publicity. Verity luckily has the help of Frankie, a ghost who follows her around.
The Crossing Book Review
Even though Harry Bosch is retired, his skills are in demand. This time, he crosses the line to work against the prosecution and help his half-brother, Mickey Haller, in the defense of a former gang member who has been framed for the brutal murder of a woman.
Flipped for Murder Book Review
In this light culinary mystery, Robbie Jordan opens a country store/restaurant and a difficult acquaintance is found murdered with one of Robbie's distinctive cheese biscuits in her mouth. Robbie becomes the number one suspect and must prove her innocence.
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