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A Ghostly Undertaking

Ghostly Southern Mysteries, Book 1
Narrated by: Tiffany Morgan
Series: Ghostly Southern Mysteries, Book 1
Length: 5 hrs and 39 mins

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Summary

A funeral, a ghost, a murder...It's all in a day's work for Emma Lee Raines...

Bopped on the head from a falling plastic Santa, local undertaker Emma Lee Raines is told she's suffering from "funeral trauma." It's trauma all right, because the not-so-dearly departed keep talking to her. Take Ruthie Sue Payne - innkeeper, gossip queen, and arch-nemesis of Emma Lee's granny - she's adamant that she didn't just fall down those stairs. She was pushed.

Ruthie has no idea who wanted her pushing up daisies. All she knows is that she can't cross over until the matter is laid to eternal rest. In the land of the living, Emma Lee's high-school crush, Sheriff Jack Henry Ross, isn't ready to rule out foul play. Granny Raines, the widow of Ruthie's ex-husband and co-owner of the Sleepy Hollow Inn, is the prime suspect. Now Emma Lee is stuck playing detective or risks being haunted forever.   

Contains mature themes.

©2013, 2015 Tonya Kappes (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Debbie Lacey
  • 28-12-19

GOOD READ

I KNOW THIS SERIES HAS AT LEAST 7 BOOKS, AND I HOPE AUDIBLE PLANS TO RELEASE THE OTHERS. THE CHARACTERS ARE FUN WITHOUT BEING CORNY. THE DIALOGUE FLOWS WELL, AND THE MYSTERIES ARE INTERESTING. PLEASE KEEP THEM COMING.

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  • Beatrice George
  • 28-12-19

Needs more work

I couldn't force myself to finish this book. The characters are flat and stereotypical. The plot is uninteresting and predictable. The dialogue lacks wit and the interactions between the characters seem forced. The only positive thing about this book is the narrator. Tiffany Morgan does a good job giving the characters life, but she can't save this story.

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