Ghostly Games (Lorna Shadow Cozy Ghost Mystery, #3)

Ghostly Games (Lorna Shadow Cozy Ghost Mystery, #3)

by K.E. O'Connor

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Ghostly Games (Lorna Shadow Cozy Ghost Mystery, #3) by K.E. O'Connor

The sound of ghostly laughter. An unsolved disappearance. And an ectoplasmic experience!

Lorna Shadow is starting a new job, and hopeful this one will be permanent. But she isn't in the house for long before the ghosts arrive, and bring a tragic secret with them. 

With Zach working away and concerned about her safety with so many ghosts around, Lorna must rely on Helen and Flipper to help her with this puzzle. How are the ghosts connected, and what do they know about how they died?

Lorna must find out and help to heal a grieving household; a household with plenty of skeletons in the closets.

This is the third book in the Lorna Shadow cozy ghost mystery series. It features adventure, ghostly mystery, and a whole lot of clean fun. Join Lorna, Flipper, her faithful dog, and the ever ditzy Helen, as they try to keep their places in the household, and help the ghosts find peace.

Other books in this series:

Ghostly Manners (book 1)

Ghostly Secrets (book 2) 

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154175484
Publisher: K.E. O'Connor
Publication date: 03/21/2017
Series: Lorna Shadow Cozy Ghost Mystery , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 364,753
File size: 421 KB

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Ghostly Games (Lorna Shadow Cozy Ghost Mystery, #3) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
IanAdams More than 1 year ago
Lorna and Helen in a new job, this time in the Cotswolds, working for a couple with a deep sadness. Add in a cook who can’t cook and some villagers who appear to hate their employers. Then, stir in a good handful of ghosts and the scene is set for yet another gripping adventure. I felt that Lorna and Helen became more rounded characters this time (maybe as the series goes on and we get to know them better?) Anyway, I thoroughly enjoyed it.