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Over My Dead Husband's Body by Etta Faire (27)

  • Kindle: 3286 KB
  • Print: 228 pages
  • Publication Date: June 27, 2018
  • ASIN: B07DWPFSV3



Carly was thrilled when her ex-husband left her his house after he died. (It was even better that the man was dead, honestly.) But the inheritance meant moving back to the small lakefront town of Landover, a place she said she’d never return to. 

There was something strange lurking underneath that seemingly calm and cozy town.

And, as soon as she opens the door to her free house, she figures out why they say nothing is ever free in life. Her ex-husband’s ghost is hovering in her living room, same snotty tone as before, same pretentious beard he always kept perfectly combed.

He’s haunting the place, wanting her to help him solve his murder, by channeling with him to relive it moment by moment. He tells her it will be like she’s him, living through his memories while looking for clues.

Little does Carly know, this is just the beginning. There are many ghost-clients in Landover exactly like her ex. And each murder case she solves seems to uncover more and more of the town’s paranormal secrets lurking underneath it.


AUTHOR BIO
Etta Faire is the author of the Ghosts of Landover Mysteries, a paranormal mystery series featuring a writer named Carly who discovers she has strong mediumship powers after inheriting a Victorian house from her arrogant, rich ex-husband after he passes. Of course, he’s haunting the place, and they become a team of unusual sleuths, solving cold cases by channeling with ghosts to relive the memories of their deaths, gather clues, and figure things out. Etta is also the author of the Sketchy Matchmaker Series, another whimsical cozy mystery series about a frazzled single mother of three girls who struggles to find herself while solving murders along the way. Etta grew up in Northern Virginia where she watched a lot of scary movies and imagined all sorts of crazy things in the woods, graveyards, and old deserted houses around her neighborhood. She still enjoys imagining those things, but now she writes them all down from her home in Southern California where she lives with her husband, three kids, and two cats.


REVIEW:
What a fun story!
Surprisingly, I liked this one a lot. I'm not a ghost story person but this one was different with the element of mystery to it. There were parts that were humourous too. The snark between Carly and her dead ex-husband was too funny. You wanted to dislike him but you instinctively know he's not a bad guy.
You think you have the mystery figured out too. Or at least, I thought I did. Man, I was wrong. Liked that a lot too!
An easy read, love the authors style. I look forward to more from her.
Mystery fans will get a kick out of this one!


4.5/5




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