Fifteen-year-old Daria Brennan doesn't want to hear people's thoughts. She doesn't want to see ghosts-or talk to dead people. And she definitely doesn't want to help solve a forty-year old murder.
But Amanda wants revenge, and Daria is the first human contact she's had since the day she died. Now the killer is after Daria and her friends. Can they solve Amanda's murder before becoming his next victims?
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Ghostly Justice based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
In this tale, we start with a girl, Daria, as her supernatural powers are thrust upon her and for her to solve a forty year old murder mystery. While it did seem that she did seem to lose her mind reading abilities somewhere three-quarters of the way through the book without explanation, the main plot was moving to well for me to care too much. In hindsight, I did wonder. I am still puzzled by the ending. The main points were explained but perhaps too well. Ultimately I left with questions. However, this could mean there are further adventures in store for Daria. Regardless of what was intended, the story is well written, picks and maintains a good pace til the end. Definitely an enjoyable read.
This review was on Amazon.ca and reposted by Bev Irwin, the author. Ghostly Justice a Haunting Story Aug 22 2012 By Kim Schmiedl I finished reading Ghostly Justice last night and I haven't been able to get it out of my mind all day. In fact, I hope that Bev Irwin writes a sequel about Daria and her extra sensory perception. The story is fast paced, eerie, sent shivers up my spine, contains a sweet teen romance, and recognizes - without being maudlin - some of the issues that normal teens have to deal with. Although the story is written from teens' perspectives, it is appropriate for adults, too. There are enough red herrings to make this ghost story a true mystery with a logical conclusion. I highly recommend this book for both teen and adult lovers of ghostly mysteries. And by the way, Bev, I like basements even less now than I did before!