ABOUT THE BOOK:
Jessica’s friend, Eve Simpson is the town’s premiere real estate agent and has recently taken on the task of selling one of Cabot Cove’s oldest properties—the Spencer Percy House, built in 1805 by a sea captain for his young wife. Its current occupant, Joe Cooper, a crusty former carpenter, is convinced he’s about to die and wants the house sold so he can give the proceeds to his grandson, who spent much of his youth there.
But Eve’s got quite a challenge on her hands. Not only is the building in deplorable physical condition, it is also rumored to be haunted.
When Joe’s deadly premonition becomes a reality, Dr. Seth Hazlitt is not so sure the man died of natural causes. As Jessica tries to get to the bottom of Joe Cooper’s death, a medium hired by Eve attempts to rid the house of the alleged apparition. But if Jessica isn’t careful, she may be the one who joins the ranks of the dearly departed.
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The Ghost and Mrs. Fletcher by Jessica Fletcher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The Ghost and Mrs. Fletcher is a 2015 NAL publication.
This story will be a perfect addition for your Halloween reading pleasure. I really enjoyed reading about all those old books Cliff collected and how Jessica helped them find new homes. And of course a good ghost story is always fun, too.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
His novel, LIGHTS OUT!, a thriller with comic overtones, was published in the UK in February 2014, and in the U.S.
He worked closely with bestselling author Margaret Truman for many years on her bestselling series of thrillers set in Washington, D.C., and continues to write novels in Margaret Truman's Capital Crime series after her death. In 2011MONUMENT TO MURDER was published, followed in 2012 by EXPERIMENT IN MURDER, which carries his byline
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Veronica was the autobiography of Hollywood film legend Veronica Lake. He is currently involved in a motion picture based upon the famed actresses' career and tragic downfall.
Charlie and the Shawneetown Dame, a dramatization of a true story from the Prohibition era, and Bain's favorite of all the books he's written, has been in print for more than 30 years. Purdue University Press has published a new edition, available everywhere.
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He currently writes a series of 43 original novels (hard and