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Lights, Camera, Poltergeist! [NOOK Book]

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As the presenter for Ghost Uk, the leading TV show investigating paranormal activity, Fae thought she’d seen it all. Until a Valentine’s Eve live show from Scotland’s Fingelly Manor upsets both her preconceptions and her love life.
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Lights, Camera, Poltergeist!

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Overview

As the presenter for Ghost Uk, the leading TV show investigating paranormal activity, Fae thought she’d seen it all. Until a Valentine’s Eve live show from Scotland’s Fingelly Manor upsets both her preconceptions and her love life.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016154367
  • Publisher: Astraea Press
  • Publication date: 1/2/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,070,644
  • File size: 405 KB

Meet the Author

Nell Dixon is a Black Country author, married to the same man for over twenty-eight years she has three daughters, a tank of tropical fish and a cactus called Spike. Winner of the RNA’s prestigious Romance Prize in 2007 and 2010, she writes warm-hearted contemporary romance for a number of publishers in the US and the UK.
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  • Posted January 22, 2013

    Review of Lights, Camera, Poltergeist by Nell Dixon 5 stars

    Review of Lights, Camera, Poltergeist by Nell Dixon
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    “Lights, Camera, Poltergeist” is a delightful quick read with plenty of romance, emotion, suspense, mystery, and overtones of the Paranormal. Fae is the fortunate guest presenter on the Ghost UK program, a role for which she had to overcome much competition, and she knows if she falters, someone else will be happy to take her place. John, one of the electricians, is her lover, and she had hoped to spend a romantic Valentine’s Day together: not on a live program in a drafty Scottish castle, nearly abandoned and inhabited only by the almost middle-aged laird and his two retainers.




    Claiming Poltergeist activity, the Laird requested the assistance of Ghost UK; but it’s apparent he has other issues-and a money payoff seems to be one of them. Fae and John are very suspicious, yet at the same time, events occur which are surely Supernatural and beyond the control of the Laird. It’s up to Fae and John to track down the true source, and at the same time solve the mystery of what or whom is troubling the Laird near to death.




    A light paranormal romantic suspense, “Lights, Camera, Poltergeist” makes an enjoyable read for Valentine’s, or any time.

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