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When a local heiress goes missing, Danielle discovers it's not always possible to distinguish the living from the dead. To complicate matters, it seems Danielle is not the only one who communicates with spirits. Her new guest claims to hear Walt. But, something's not quite right with Marlow House's newest medium. Danielle must move quickly before her best friend joins the spirit world.

©2014 Bobbi Holmes (P)2017 Tantor

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  • Beatrice
  • 06-05-17

This is a really good series

I enjoyed every word of this story. All of the main characters from the previous books were included. Danielle was level headed, headstrong and a bit rash at times. But it was all in the name of friendship. I loved the way she stuck by Lily and never gave up on their friendship. I also loved the way she refused to be seen as a weak female when talking to Joe or Brian. Although, I hope in the future she and Joe can come to an understanding. This book also gave Lily more insight into Danielle and Walt's "ghost world". There were so many twists and turns in the plot that I didn't want to put the book down. I'm glad Danielle found an ally in the chief of police since her life seems to attract chaos. There were a couple of loose ends with some ghosts that I hope will be addressed in the next book. So far this is my favorite book in the series. I hope I can say the same thing after I read the next one.

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  • Nancy Chilton-Kendrick
  • 11-06-17

Third Audiobook is a Charm

This is third and best of all in the series. Listening to the first two audiobooks helps set up the series but this one is great story. There is a dog napping, a murder with switched​ bodies and crooks galor you love to hate. One cop is agrivating. And, hope the author can get Danny to confide in Joe about her gift. Hope there will be more to come in this series.

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  • laura
  • 17-05-17

great read

great read. loved it and all the characters can't wait to start the next one

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  • Shanna
  • 17-05-17

Love, love this one

This one is the best one so far!! I can't wait to read the next one!!

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  • Keyna
  • 11-05-17

please put the next books in audio for please

Would you listen to The Ghost Who Wasn't again? Why?

please put the next books in audio form please. I would love to finish them.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-03-18

AWESOME

I really love this book they get better as they go along the narrator is real good I'm glad they kept the same one.

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  • Joe Starks
  • 15-02-18

The Ghost That Wasn't.

It would be a good idea to listen to the first book of this series before listening to this one. Why? Well, in book 1, it helps you understand who Danielle Boatman is, where she came from what she is doing in Fredrickport, Organ and now ownes The Marlow MansionBed And Breakfast. In addition, you Will be familiarized with who all the characters are. There are new ones in this book also, but you will soon learn their part in this story. Otherwise, I believe you would be putting the horse before the cart and get confused.

This story starts out with Lilly returning from a visit with longtime girlfriends in Palm Springs. They do this every year and call it girls time out.
She makes a detour into a reststop. When she arrives in Fredrickport, she is at not home, but at Daniell's Bed and Breakfast. Awhile later Danielle arrived home from Las Angeles California. She had just returned from attending her Cousin Chryl's funeral. She wasn't surprised to see Lilly, for she was supposed to return after Labor Day Weekend. Walt excused himself from Lilly and beckons Danielle over to the side to talk. He told her Lilly had a problem and related it to Danielle. Danielle and Walt tried to explain to Lilly the predicament she was in, but Lilly was having none of that and did not believe what they told her. There was something strange going on with Lilly. The sequents of events, mysteries and Lilly's confusion will keep your curiosity, I am sure. Bobbie Holmes has a knack for creativity and holding ones attention. Even though the title is Haunting Danielle, and there are many sprits in the story, they are not haunting ghost, but rather the helping kind for Danielle. I will leave it at that and let you figure it out. I Hope I have given a nice analysis of this story without going too far. Some people tend to do that and almost spoils a otherwise good story.

Well, I love Bobbie Holmes books and I am off to Book four. Before I go, I have to give credit to Romy Nordlinger, for her excellent narration.
I recommend this Series to teens and above.