At an auction, competition can be deadly...
When Maddie attends an estate auction of artifacts from America's spiritualist era, it's just another day in the life of a paranormal museum owner…. Until she discovers the body of the murdered auctioneer.
Her mother is convinced the murderer is after a mysterious statuette that once belonged to the town's Ladies Aid Society. With the holidays approaching, Maddie and friends dive into the mad world of obsessive collectors to find the missing statuette… and a killer.
Maddie tracks her suspects through a secluded gothic estate, in the wineries of Central California, and along the streets of small-town San Benedetto. But this clever criminal is determined to win at all costs. Will the killer use Maddie's friends as the ultimate weapon against her?
If you love laugh-out-loud mysteries, witty heroines, and a touch of the paranormal, you'll love Going, Going, Dead, book 6 in the Paranormal Museum mystery series. Read this twisty cozy mystery today!
⭐A Barnes and Noble Press Favorite Indie Book of the Week!
Another fun cozy ready!
Kirsten Weiss’ Going, Going, Dead is once again a delightful dive into the cozy world of murder. Or maybe two! The Perfectly Proper Paranormal Museum series continues with a romp into the world of the spiritual movement and the collectors that delight in it’s quirkiness, at least until someone winds up dead and that’s where museum owner, Maddy Kosloski comes in.
If you are looking for an entertaining and baffling cozy mystery then pick up a copy of Kirsten Weiss’ Going, Going, Dead. Tell them GD the cat sent you!
Maddie faces another bunch of adventures related to her paranormal museum
small towns harbor strange and twisted secrets - attitudes around them can be intense- even lethal, especially in an election cycle
craziness abounds when Maddie and a friend go to an estate sale for a deceased local paranormal collector
objects of power and desires ate missing. paths to locate and retrieve them are tangled and circuitous
humorous and insightful drama, action and connections
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