Graciela Harper thought that getting rid of Anne Bonny’s ghost would be the first step toward putting all of the problems of her past behind her. Maybe things would work out with Beauregard Drayton, Heron Creek’s charming mayor. Maybe she and her cousin Amelia, and their childhood friends Melanie and Will, could find a way back to the comfortable friendship that defined their lives.
But when the ghost of Glinda Davis, the town’s longtime, quirky hairdresser, puts a stop to Gracie and Beau’s relationship consummation, Graciela knows her life has changed for good. The insistent ghost drags Graciela into a world she’s only seen on reality television shows—one filled with moonshiners and backwoods politics that are solved by burying bodies, not friendly conversations.
Graciela needs to figure out exactly what Glinda’s spirit requires so she’ll get the heck out of dodge, but the further she digs into the woman’s past, the more dangers seep into the present. As Graciela gets closer to the answers she seeks, she starts to wonder if she’s going to solve a murder in the process—or die trying.
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It was ok
I enjoyed the first book much better, the ghosts weren't as interesting as Anne Bonny .
Great addition to the series.The author has a way of telling a story that is intriguing, captivating and humorous at times. I'm not going to summarize the book for you as you can read that above. But I will tell you that it is a MUST read. But start with book one of the series.
I'm anxious to see how the relationships between all the characters grow and develop.
I liked this one too, except for one thing. It really ticks me off when an author screws up the names of their characters from one book to the next. Amelia Middleton was changed to Amelia Burleigh.....Burleigh being Anne's 2nd husband. It seems to me that an author, proof reader or editor should catch things like that. Maybe, it just goes to show how real these characters become to me. And that is what I do like about these books.