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Ghouls Gone Wild (Ghost Hunter Mystery Series #4)

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

hauntingly good whodunit

M. J. Holliday is a psychic with her top skill being a medium who can communicate with ghosts. She gives readings and makes her grateful clients feel good by telling them the truth; unlike the numerous charlatans. She and her partner are also ghostbusters who send evi...
M. J. Holliday is a psychic with her top skill being a medium who can communicate with ghosts. She gives readings and makes her grateful clients feel good by telling them the truth; unlike the numerous charlatans. She and her partner are also ghostbusters who send evil spirits back to where they came from. They are now on Briar Street, the most haunted street in Scotland. Under the street is the close (several caves and catacombs) where victims were sent to die from the plague.

While they are on Briar Road, the interest of the hundreds of spirits make M.J. and her co-worker medium Heath Whitefeather almost insane. Inside the close the same phenomena happens with the ghouls of the plague screaming. They would love to leave immediately, but they are contracted to Bravo TV to film what they find at this location. To make matters worse, the centuries dead witch Rigella who cursed the village of Queen's Close because they murdered her and her sisters are brought back by a villager to murder seven descendents of the families that killed them. When their tech expert is attacked by ghouls, M.J. and her crew becomes the target of a mortal who is in league with the witch because brake lines were cut, which means the witch has a human helper. When another villager dies, M.J. and company investigate determined to find the witch and her mortal assistant.

Victoria Laurie is the queen of paranormal mysteries as her fourth ghostbusters whodunit brings the reader into her world (see DEMONS ARE A GHOUL'S BEST FRIEND and GHOULS JUST HAUNT TO HAVE FUN). Ghouls Gone Wild. is a hauntingly good whodunit filled with plenty of action above and below the street. The cast is solid even the spirits while the two protagonists are fully developed especially when the supernatural haunt their senses. With plenty of humor including with a Potter meets Bedknobs and Broomsticks battle of flying brooms, fans will enjoy ghosts, ghouls, and witches, oh my.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 31, 2009

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

very disappointing

a writer creates charecters we fall in love with then decides to change it up.i do not like heath with mj and alot of others do not either.steven was in every other book as a romantic interest for her.when this happens i stop reading those books.why do writers think you...
a writer creates charecters we fall in love with then decides to change it up.i do not like heath with mj and alot of others do not either.steven was in every other book as a romantic interest for her.when this happens i stop reading those books.why do writers think you cannot create couples that hold our interest as in j,d.robb's rourke/eve.sure they have controversies but they overcome them.she has written over 25?of these books and they are still interesting and together!!what is more irksome you cannot even e-mail victoria laurie with our opinions.where is the loyalty?until now i have all her books. a very disgruntled reader

posted by ladyL on April 8, 2010

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  • Posted April 8, 2010

    very disappointing

    a writer creates charecters we fall in love with then decides to change it up.i do not like heath with mj and alot of others do not either.steven was in every other book as a romantic interest for her.when this happens i stop reading those books.why do writers think you cannot create couples that hold our interest as in j,d.robb's rourke/eve.sure they have controversies but they overcome them.she has written over 25?of these books and they are still interesting and together!!what is more irksome you cannot even e-mail victoria laurie with our opinions.where is the loyalty?until now i have all her books. a very disgruntled reader

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 22, 2011

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    Disappointed

    I was a bit disappointed in this book. Gil is a bit whiney and not as fun. Doc is not in it at all,which is the funniest character of the series. Steven is absent, which blows since he is sweet, caring, funny, hot, etc... Then there is MJ, a high maintenance prima donna who, lets face it, is a cheating biach. I hope the author rights the numerous wrongs presented in this book.

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