Sequel to Pale as a Ghost A Duncan Andrews Thriller Private detective Duncan Andrews has the home-team advantage when it comes to solving paranormal crimes: His best friend, Gina, is a centuries-old witch. His dog is a zombie. And his boyfriend, Robbie, is a ghost. Duncan certainly has his work... show more
Sequel to Pale as a Ghost A Duncan Andrews Thriller Private detective Duncan Andrews has the home-team advantage when it comes to solving paranormal crimes: His best friend, Gina, is a centuries-old witch. His dog is a zombie. And his boyfriend, Robbie, is a ghost. Duncan certainly has his work cut out for him with this case. Someone's been using the skull of a powerful wizard to control animals, and whoever it is, they're not out to set up a petting zoo. For Gina, the case hits close to home-she knows just how dangerous it is, since the wizard was her father. Just when he thinks they're close to breaking the case, tragedy strikes, leaving Gina in a coma. Then, after years as a ghost, Robbie finally decides to move on, leaving Duncan to protect young Ashton Marsh, the victim of several strange animal attacks. Suddenly Duncan is working without his supernatural safety net. Without his friends, can Duncan defeat the power of Eleazar's skull and keep Ashton alive? Or will the struggle for his life end in broken bodies as well as broken hearts?
Publish date: May 28th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 200
Edition language: English
Series: Duncan Andrews Thriller (#2)
I am kind of mad at Gina for sleeping through the whole ordeal. Her father. Her troubles. Yet it's Dunc who ends up in all kinds of trouble.Still, great fun :)
Very good m/m paranormal romantic suspense in which Duncan has to figure out who's using the power from a dead wizard's skull to control animals and kill people.
Man, I am sad for Robbie and Dunc.....This is why I hate ghost stories!!!
Meet Duncan Andrews - Private Eye. Not your usual P.I. though, he doesn't handle missing person cases, cheating spouses cases, or missing jewelry cases. Nope, Duncan Andrews deals with supernatural cases. You get your daughter being tired and called her dead boyfriend (careful, he might be a vampire...