Home For the Haunting
No good deed goes unpunished. San Francisco contractor Mel Turner is leading a volunteer home renovation project, and while she expects lots of questions from her inexperienced crew, she can’t help asking a few of her ownespecially about the haunted house next door
the place local kids... show more
No good deed goes unpunished.
San Francisco contractor Mel Turner is leading a volunteer home renovation project, and while she expects lots of questions from her inexperienced crew, she can’t help asking a few of her ownespecially about the haunted house next door
the place local kids call the Murder House.
But when volunteers discover a body while cleaning out a shed, questions pile up faster than discarded lumber. Mel notices signs of ghostly activity next door and she wonders: Are the Murder House ghosts reaching out to her for help, or has the house claimed another victim?
Now, surprised to find herself as the SFPD’s unofficial ghost consultant,” Mel must investigate murders both past and present before a spooky killer finishes another job.
Publish date: 03-12-2013
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: A Haunted Home Renovation Mystery (#4)
This is the first book that I've read in this cozy mystery series that wasn't on audio. I miss Xe Sands, because she always provides a terrific performance. But I'm happy to report that I enjoyed this 4th book in the Haunted Home Renovation series just as much even without the audio. The MC's "why...
After knuckling down and getting through several "meh" cozies in my pile, weeding out the series that needed to go, I decided it was time to read a cozy from The Pile that I knew would be a winner. Juliet Blackwell is one of those authors: I really enjoy everything she writes. I first discovered...
Ok, well, to be honest, I love everything Juliet Blackwell writes. They could probably put her name on the phone book and I'd at least try to read it. This latest entry in the Haunted Home Renovation series doesn't disappoint. Characterizations so real that I wanted to slap Cookie (Mel's sister,...
This series became a favorite and "must-read" for me right off the bat. This 4th one in the series didn't disappoint me. This one was way less about the ghosts than previous books, but that's okay. Sometimes less is more. We got to meet some more of Mel's family and it looks like her relationshi...