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GHOULS GONE WILD
by Victoria Laurie

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Mystery, Amateur Sleuth, Paranormal

2010 Amateur Sleuth Nominee

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A New World medium meets Old World ghosts in Laurie's latest, a chillingly good tale. M.J. Halliday and the gang are up against a dangerous curse that threatens Gilley Gillespie. Seeing events through M.J.'s eyes takes readers into a sometimes eerie world where "the other side" is inescapable. Without question, this is one of the most bewitching and flat-out-fun series available today!

For the first installment of their new reality TV series Ghoul Getters, M.J., Gilley and medium Heath Whitefeather travel to Scotland to the small village of Queen's Close, said to be both haunted and cursed. The discovery of a victim who apparently died of fright in the caves sets off warning signs, for the legend is that every hundred years, the murdered witch Rigella and her sisters return for vengeance against the bloodlines that killed them. To M.J.'s horror, Gilley is a direct descendant. However, Rigella and her sisters are 35 years early, so who has called forth their terrible power? To save Gilley, M.J. will have to find out. (OBSIDIAN, Mar., 336 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: OBSIDIAN

Published: March 2010

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