Ghostly Rules (Lorna Shadow Cozy Ghost Mystery, #6)

Ghostly Rules (Lorna Shadow Cozy Ghost Mystery, #6)

by K.E. O'Connor

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Ghostly Rules (Lorna Shadow Cozy Ghost Mystery, #6) by K.E. O'Connor

Dark deeds. Missing gold. A ghost with twenty-five million secrets!

Lorna Shadow, Helen, and Flipper arrive at their new posting to find a family in mourning and a ghost with an attitude.

When Lorna discovers the family is full of 'reformed' criminals, she must watch her step to avoid getting her first pair of concrete boots as she figures out who killed Lonnie Cornell and where he hid the stolen gold.

With a new house to pay for, Lorna can't afford to lose this job, but will the stubborn ghost, eerie feelings, and menacing suspects be too much to handle?

Enjoy this fun-filled cozy ghost mystery. Meet a feisty grandma and her fearless dog, Reggie, puzzle through the clues, and discover the murderer and help the ghost.

This is book 6 in the Lorna Shadow cozy ghost mystery series. Other books include:

Ghostly Manners
Ghostly Secrets
Ghostly Games
Ghostly Affairs
Ghostly Business

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154673447
Publisher: K.E. O'Connor
Publication date: 07/28/2017
Series: Lorna Shadow Cozy Ghost Mystery , #6
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 176,807
File size: 421 KB

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Ghostly Rules (Lorna Shadow Cozy Ghost Mystery, #6) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
IanAdams More than 1 year ago
25,000,000 reasons to read it! This time, in their sixth outing, Lorna and Helen roll up to a ‘reformed’ criminal family with a very recently dead ‘head’ of the family and a mysterious, missing, £25 million in gold. Yet another great tale from O’Connor. Now I’m waiting for number seven.