Ghost From the Grave: A Chantilly Adair Paranormal Cozy Mystery

Ghost From the Grave: A Chantilly Adair Paranormal Cozy Mystery

by Carolyn Ridder Aspenson


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Contrary to what many people think, most ghosts aren’t all that chatty. They like to pop in and out and leave cryptic messages that take forever to figure out.

Take the groundskeeper at my son’s lacrosse park: I know he’s trying to tell me something, but his mysterious messages and finger-pointing are impossible to understand.

And when my son’s lacrosse teammate goes missing, I know that ghost knows something. But getting him to talk about it is harder than getting my teenager to unplug from his video game!

Just as the puzzle begins to take shape, I start to realize that the situation is even worse than I had thought.

And then my own son disappears.

Now it’s all-out war...

Because nothing can stop a mother from saving her child.

If you like Southern paranormal cozy mysteries, you’ll love this stand-alone cozy mystery!


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781648750243
Publisher: Severn River Publishing
Publication date: 09/01/2020
Series: Chantilly Adair Paranormal Cozy Mystery Series , #4
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.41(d)

About the Author

Carolyn Ridder Aspenson writes sassy, southern cozy mysteries featuring imperfect women with a flair for telling it like it is. Her stories focus on relationships, whether they're between friends, family members, couples, townspeople, or strangers, because ultimately, it's relationships that make a story.
Now an empty-nester, Carolyn lives in the Atlanta suburbs with her husband, two Pit Bull-Boxer mix dogs and two cantankerous cats, but you'll often find her at a local coffee shop people-watching (and listening.) Or as she likes to call it: plotting her next novel.

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