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Shattered Silk by Barbara Michaels
The Solar System Through Infographics by Nadia Higgins
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Ghouls Just Haunt to Have Fun: 04/28/14

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Ghouls Just Haunt to Have Fun by Victoria Laurie is the third in the Ghost Hunter Mystery series. Work has taken M.J. and company to a hotel in San Francisco. She is to be on an episode of Haunted Possessions.

But things go awry almost immediately. M.J. meets the ghost of a young woman killed inside the hotel. It turns out her death is wrapped up in the disappearance of a demonic knife.

Being set in a closed environment, a hotel, helps keep this mystery focused. There are lots of surprises, twists and turns.

The book also introduces a new psychic to series, a Native American (of as unspecified location as Sr. Sexy Pants). He's from the south west, so he's sort of a Navajo-Apache-Hopi-hodgepodge. Despite his dubious origins, he's still a vast improvement over M.J. other love interest.

Five stars

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