The Ghosts of Morpeth (Horror, Occult, Ghosts): Amy Stuart Paranormal Blogger Book 2

Overview

Book TWO in the Amy Stuart Mystery series.
What does Voodoo have to do with the ghosts in an Australian touristy village? Plenty, as Amy Stuart discovers to her detriment. Morpeth, once an early river port of Australia but now famous for its ghosts, plays host to Amy's latest paranormal mystery. Amy Stuart, journalist and blogger for a paranormal magazine, is back from London, having been made Keeper of a Society about which she knows nothing. Her caffeine habit is out of ...
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Overview

Book TWO in the Amy Stuart Mystery series.
What does Voodoo have to do with the ghosts in an Australian touristy village? Plenty, as Amy Stuart discovers to her detriment. Morpeth, once an early river port of Australia but now famous for its ghosts, plays host to Amy's latest paranormal mystery. Amy Stuart, journalist and blogger for a paranormal magazine, is back from London, having been made Keeper of a Society about which she knows nothing. Her caffeine habit is out of control, as is her job security. Even her life is left hanging in the balance, as Amy's Editor sends her to write about the ghosts of Morpeth. In danger, in shapewear and in debt, Amy matches wits against an unseen enemy. He attacks Amy with natural and unnatural means, while Amy hits back hard with facts.
The Ghosts of Morpeth is the second book in the Amy Stuart Occult Mystery series. It is not necessary to read the first book in the series (The Dashwood Haunting) to enjoy this book, but it is advisable.
The Amy Stuart Mystery series:
Book One: The Dashwood Haunting
Book Two: The Ghosts of Morpeth
Book Three: Druid Magick
It's Welsh Druids meets an ancient Australian evil in Amy's latest mystery. Amy finds out more about the Society of which she is Keeper - but can she trust the men in her life? Sent to the Australian village of Hillgrove which has a violent history, Amy is marked by an ancient evil to become Hillgrove's latest victim.

REVIEW
Review of The Dashwood Haunting, Book 1 in the Amy Stuart Series.
The Dashwood Haunting is a fast-paced, enjoyable read. For history enthusiasts there are tons of interesting facts and anecdotes of the past and intriguing tales of secret societies and alchemists. Amy is a down-to-earth young woman that female readers will easily identify with. Smart, witty and single but very much up for some harmless fun, she is a joy to read as she comes to grips with English culture and their love of drinking tea. Nyland throws in lots of pop culture references Buffy, X-Files, the demise of Murdoch's News of the World, which affords the story a contemporary feel. Light but intelligent reading. (Emma Meade, Goodreads)

AUTHOR
Author Dr. Ann Nyland spent her time on Faculty at the University of New England, Australia, teaching ancient grammar and drinking espresso. She is a grammar pedant, ancient languages translator, and best selling non-fiction author of such books as The Complete Books of Enoch; Angels, Archangels and Angel Categories; What the Ancients Said; The Book of Jubilees, among others. The background information about the Australian village of Morpeth and its history, voodoo spirit bottles, and sympathetic magic in ancient cultures presented in this 35,000 word novella is accurately researched and factual.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781467995382
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 11/28/2011
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.38 (d)

Meet the Author

Author Dr. Ann Nyland spent her time on Faculty at the University of New England, Australia, teaching ancient grammar and drinking espresso. She is a grammar pedant, ancient languages translator, and best selling non-fiction author of such books as The Complete Books of Enoch; Angels, Archangels and Angel Categories; What the Ancients Said; The Book of Jubilees, among others. The background information about the Australian village of Morpeth and its history, voodoo spirit bottles, and sympathetic magic in ancient cultures presented in this novel is accurately researched and factual.
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