Maggie's Ghost

Overview

Southern California: January 1930. For Sylvie St. Ange, a get away home near San Diego is an aspiring actress's dream. She found her very own Shangri-La in a cottage with an ocean view.

Southern California: April this year. For Maggie McGill, finding a home in California near her beloved daughter, Allie, has been a dream. Maggie is ecstatic about her move from Florida to California. Ecstatic, that is, until she moves into her new home, a charming beach cottage near Allie and the...

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Overview

Southern California: January 1930. For Sylvie St. Ange, a get away home near San Diego is an aspiring actress's dream. She found her very own Shangri-La in a cottage with an ocean view.

Southern California: April this year. For Maggie McGill, finding a home in California near her beloved daughter, Allie, has been a dream. Maggie is ecstatic about her move from Florida to California. Ecstatic, that is, until she moves into her new home, a charming beach cottage near Allie and the ocean. Ecstatic, that is, until she discovers an unwanted resident in her plum vintage bathtub.

Who is the woman who died there? How did she die? And why did she choose Maggie's tub for her final resting place?

Discovering the answers to these questions catapult Maggie and Allie, into a mystery, initially puzzling and then increasingly dangerous. They meet the terrifying challenges with light-hearted courage, resourcefulness and wit.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781493500987
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 11/12/2013
  • Pages: 262
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.55 (d)

Meet the Author

Sharon Burch Toner is the author of the Maggie McGill Mysteries series.
This series of lighthearted mystery adventures features a mother/daughter team, Maggie and Allie McGill. The two strong, independent, and resourceful women romp through their mysterious and frightening adventures with grace and an enduring joie de vivre that serves them and the reader well.

Sharon Burch Toner's Irish grandmother gave her a lifelong appreciation for a story well told. Her love affair with books began at age six when she discovered the public library in her small town. From that young age, she proceeded to devour any printed material that crossed her path.

After a life as mother, psychotherapist and spiritual explorer, writing is her retirement occupation. She says that for her writing is as necessary as food and shelter.

She lives with her two feline roommates in southern California

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