A Ghost Meets an Angel [Shannon Delaney Paranormal Mystery Series, Vol. 3] [NOOK Book]

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Gavin turned to me and queried, "This isn't the first time you've seen ghosts, is it?" --And so begins Shannon Delaney's assignment to write publicity for the Spotted Coyote. As the right spot for Grub, Spirits and Conjuring, it's an entertainment venue that's a re-invention of an Old-West Saloon in California's historic mountain town of Julian. The Spotted Coyote is more than what Shannon bargained for when she discovers the century-old murder of little Sarah Morghan. Sarah's ghost will not be denied, leaving ...
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A Ghost Meets an Angel [Shannon Delaney Paranormal Mystery Series, Vol. 3]

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Overview

Gavin turned to me and queried, "This isn't the first time you've seen ghosts, is it?" --And so begins Shannon Delaney's assignment to write publicity for the Spotted Coyote. As the right spot for Grub, Spirits and Conjuring, it's an entertainment venue that's a re-invention of an Old-West Saloon in California's historic mountain town of Julian. The Spotted Coyote is more than what Shannon bargained for when she discovers the century-old murder of little Sarah Morghan. Sarah's ghost will not be denied, leaving Shannon no choice but to pursue haunting clues that pair jumping rope rhymes with rare books, treasure lore with a ghostly angel and an uncanny connection to the Scottish paranormal author, Robert Louis Stevenson. Assisting Shannon is Francisco Zavala, Alex Blackthorne and Shannon's very own spectral guide; phantom magician from the 1800s, Eric Blackthorne.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781594317798
  • Publisher: ebooksonthe.net
  • Publication date: 12/1/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 412,928
  • File size: 431 KB

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  • Posted January 28, 2012

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    Great series that doesn't dissapoint

    This is the 3rd book in the Shannon Delaney mystery's and doesn't disappoint. The characters are back from the first 2 books but you don't need to have read them in order to follow along. Another mystery that is helped along with Shannon's paranormal senses and the cast of characters to help her solve it along the way. Great series (thankfully available as an ebook so I could bet this and the 4th in the series without waiting) :-)

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    1. First let me say that this is not normally a genre that I would seek out. I ended up really enjoying it, especially since it is partially set in my part of southern California. I also discovered that the author and I are both members of the D.A.R. so that tells me right away that she is more than likely extremely thorough in her research for these wonderful stories. I found the character Shannon Delaney to be very likable. Sometimes it pays to venture out of your comfort zone and read something that you normally wouldn't pick up. Well done Elizabeth Eagan-Cox, my daughter will read this next. - Tracie Masi on Good Reads




    2. A very interesting paranormal mystery that leaves you guessing about which characters to trust and what is really going on. In addition, I'm very impressed with the amount of research that was put in to writing this book.
    -- Katrina Michaels on Good Reads

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