Sins and secrets aren't the only skeletons in the closet...
London forensic anthropologist Melissa Heavey isn't anything like the characters in her grandmother's beloved television crime dramas. Especially since an accident left her crippled and weary. While in Dublin to rest and recuperate, she's asked to help the local Garda Síochána identify bones found in a rural luxury hotel.
Curiosity-seeking bone gawkers were not the clients Tristan Fontaine anticipated when he took over the Glenncailty Castle restaurant. And a scientist taking over part of his kitchen for her lab? He's having none of it. Yet she's not backing down...and his pulse won't stop speeding up when she's near.
As their attraction flares, Melissa soon discovers why Tristan is so dismissive of the bones-he's been talking to the ghosts themselves. But the bones aren't Glenncailty's only secret, and Tristan is hiding a tragedy in his past more frightening than what's lurking inside the castle walls.
The Irish Castle Bones, Book 4 in the bestselling Glenncailty Ghosts series from multi-published, bestselling author Lila Dubois. Ghosts, a haunted Irish Castle, mystery, and intrigue will keep you on the edge of your seat!
*Previously Published: (2014) Samhain Publishing, Original title: The Shadow and the Night.
Glenncailty Ghosts series by Lila Dubois
1. Redemption: The Irish Castle
2. Lovers: The Irish Castle
3. Ghosts: The Irish Castle
4. Bones: The Irish Castle
What readers are saying...
"This new story adds to the lore of the property while developing the characters of Tristan, his brother and, now, Melissa. Fans of Heather Graham will enjoy the mystery, suspense and beauty of Glenncailty." ~4 Stars from Anna Dougherty of RT Book Reviews
"This book and the entire trilogy was a terrific mixture of romance, mystery and a ghost story. A smart woman, a sexy Frenchman and an interfering brother combine to make an awesome story that you just have to read." ~5 stars and Top Pick from Terri at Night Owl Reviews
Perfect for fans of Nora Roberts, Irina Shapiro, and Darcy Coates
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