I bought the story 'Chance of a Ghost' when it was on offer. Having read the summary I thought it would be worth a listen. However, because it was not..Show More » the first in the series I decided to buy at least this book so I had an idea of the characters involved.
You don't really need to buy these stories in order, but if you like light-hearted fantasy books then you probably won't be disappointed with any in this series. Of course this book (being the first in the series) does give you a deeper look into the characters you'll come across in the later books.
Having only listened to a few chapters I found the story slightly different to some of the ghost stories out there, with a nice light storyline, and odd humorous moment thrown in for good measure.
This is not a story to strain the old grey cells, but it is fun, and worthy of a listen. The narrator does a pretty decent job, and the sound engineering is better than some audio books out there.
I'd quite happily give this story ten out of ten, and I had no qualms about purchasing the rest of the series for my Audible library. They only added to my relaxation over the Christmas and New Year period.
I am a fan of the E. J. Copperman series and this short story has the same light tone, uncomplicated humour and charm of the ordinary as the novels I ..Show More »have read so far. Told from the point of view of a different character than usual.
It took me a while to be absorbed by the narrative and characters in this book bought on special offer. In the end I found it enjoyable though it's no..Show More »t the type of story I would normally pick.
The change of narrator makes for a refreshing little novella in an arc I have enjoyed thoroughly so far. The reader does a great job of creating a dif..Show More »ferent voice for Loretta. The plot is uncomplicated but with some very entertaining bits.
It's no secret I love the world and the characters of the Haunted Guesthouse series, but in this one I found the detective cases particularly entertai..Show More »ning. E. J. Copperman offers well-written entertainment with a lack of self-importance I really appreciate in the current environment of lousy stories written pompously (and with typos and grammar mistakes). So there.