Exclusive Excerpt: Robin D. Owens's Ghost Seer

Do you see … dead people? Or feel like reading a book about someone who does? Then do we have an excerpt for you!

You may already know and love Robin D. Owens's paranormal titles, and this week she's starting a new series with Ghost Seer. It's the story of accountant Clare, who inherits her aunt's estate — and her ability to help ghosts move on. Clare soon crosses paths with former-sheriff-turned-PI Zack, and sparks fly. Add in a ghostly dog, Enzo, and we think Robin has another hit on her hands!  

Want to take a peek? Read on …

Denver, Colorado, August

The cover of Ghost Seer

I like the way you smell. I’m staying, the figment of her imagination, a “ghost” dog, said. It—he?—sat on the end of her bed.

“No,” Clare Cermak whispered as she slapped a palm down on her buzzing alarm clock. She stared at him in shock. Well, through him. He didn’t have a touch of color.

“This can’t be happening,” she muttered. She was on her third day of denial of ghosts, but that still worked for her. A year might work for her. Forever.

She closed her eyes and scooted under the sheet.

Coldness touched her shoulder, and her eyelids sprang open.

The Labrador looked at her with big, dark gray eyes that had been chocolate brown when he was alive. He was too close up and far too personal.

She gulped. “You aren’t—weren’t—even my dog, Enzo.” He’d been her weird great-aunt Sandra’s. Sandra, who said she saw ghosts and helped them “transition.” Who’d recently made her own transition, and had bypassed Clare’s parents and brother and made Clare the sole heir of her estate, leaving Clare a fortune.

Yes, there was family money and trusts, but Sandra had added to it. Who knew pretending to talk to ghosts was so lucrative?

I’m your dog now. Enzo’s tongue lolled as he gave her a too-perky doggie grin. We should play, too.

“I don’t believe this.” She sat up, hardening her heart against large, dark eyes and wagging tail. Hardening her expression. “I don’t believe in you. In any . . . ghosts.” Though something was wrong with her vision, because she’d begun to “see” gray and white and shadowy and transparent images of people. She’d made a doctor’s appointment for extensive testing.

Now a shadow was “talking” to her in her head.

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