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BEAUDRY'S GHOST
by Carolan Ivey

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy

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Taylor Brannon grieves deeply for her deceased twin brother Troy. Wanting to feel closer to him, she takes his place at an annual Civil War Reenactment.

It was here that Lt. Zachariah Harris
tortured and killed Union Officer Jared Beaudry. Legend has it that Beaudrys corpse haunts the area, and indeed his
spirit cannot rest until he has the chance
to regain his honor, changing the outcome of the reenactment might be the only way
to overcome his past. Jared enlists the reluctant ghost of Troy, who is watching
over Taylor, to help him borrow the body of a Civil War actor. Can Taylor alter events to help save Jareds soul?

BEAUDRYS GHOST is a highly original and compelling tale of redemption and retribution. Ms. Ivey conveys well the anguish, fear and hatred of those caught on opposite sides of a war. Ms. Ivey is quite the storyteller and has left room for the enticing possibility of a sequel. (Reissued from July 1999, 155 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: www.samhainpublishing.com

Published: October 2009

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