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Over three hundred bodies were lost in Tulsa in 1921...

When Ellen and her two best friends travel to Tulsa for Sue's daughter's wedding, they get the crazy idea of flipping another historical home--only this time, it's an abandoned warehouse.

When they hear from the locals that the place is haunted, Ellen and Sue convince Tanya to investigate, and what they uncover is one of Tulsa's and the nation's most horrifying secrets.

"This is a must-read and I must say, even better than book one! It was full of suspense, thrills, frightening scenarios; not to mention, compassion for those who needlessly lost their lives. Eva wrote a mystery masterpiece! 5 stars!"--Book Lover Reviews ★★★★★

"If you enjoy a ghost, possible ghost, and bit of history and a really good story, you will enjoy reading this book."--Marilyn A. Seago ★★★★★

"Captivating! Eva Pohler provides the perfect mix. Mystery and hauntings. I was hooked at the beginning and on the edge of my seat by the end."--Goodreads Reviewer ★★★★★

"Women are powerful!!!The series is well written. I was not always comfortable with the content, but that makes it worthwhile. Wish I had friends like those women!!"--Goodreads Reviewer ★★★★★

"The story unfolds at a brisk pace maintained throughout the book's entirety as the protagonists face challenges, threats, setbacks, and self-doubt. It is a paranormal mystery with all the expected trappings of such a story (spirits, seances, sage cleansing rituals, Ouija board messaging, etc.) but it is also much more. The author offers a wonderful group of likeable characters, a riveting mystery, a history lesson showcasing an authentic but truly dismal chapter in U.S. history, and a gratifying resolution that rekindles one's faith in the possibility of goodness and justice prevailing over the seemingly pervasive evil and inhumanity perpetuated by mankind."--txdoc, Goodreads Reviewer ★★★★★

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Crime & Thrillers
15 January
Eva Pohler

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