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WHAT'S A GHOUL TO DO?
by Victoria Laurie

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

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Laurie's new sleuth, M.J. Holliday, is a winner. She's an independent woman with a distinct voice and won't let any man or ghost stop her from accomplishing what she needs to. She also has a fascinating job -- that of ghost buster. Laurie makes everything that her characters do ring true, which can be a feat in a paranormal story. This highly entertaining book has humor and wit to spare.

Ghost buster M.J. Holliday can hear and feel the dead who have neglected to pass on, and she specializes in
helping them do so. But M.J. doesn't let clients come along for the simple reason that these types of jobs can be dangerous. Then Dr. Steven Sable manages to persuade her otherwise.

He's sure his grandfather was murdered and wants his ghost to tell him who did it. Once M.J., her helper, Gilley, and Steven reach the lodge that grandpa's haunting, M.J. realizes this job is more than she bargained for. There are a number of ghosts -- and one of them has a nasty sense of humor. Can M.J. figure out what's going on before she becomes a ghost herself? (Signet, Apr., 304 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Robyn Glazer

Publisher: Signet

Published: April 2007

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