Give Up the Ghost

Give Up the Ghost

by Cherie Claire
Give Up the Ghost

Give Up the Ghost

by Cherie Claire



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Something's stirring the waters of Emma's Cove.

Viola Valentine and her husband start over on their dream houseboat along the Tennessee River but evil lurks beneath their peaceful cove. The folks in the neighboring town of Lightning Bug look with suspicion on the newly relocated couple — not to mention the other residents of Emma Cove, a highly secretive group of women. To top it all, ghosts of the past continue to hound the couple, including one live entity hoping to use Vi's power for his own good.

With her family at stake Vi must learn to harness her supernatural powers, face her fears, and fight the evil that threatens to unravel them all.

Book Five in the Viola Valentine Paranormal Mystery Series.

• Contemporary paranormal mystery
• Book Five of the Viola Valentine Mystery Series
• A full-length novel of approximately 80,000 words
• R-rated content: Mild sexuality
• Set in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee

The Viola Valentine Mystery Series
A Ghost of a Chance
Ghost Town
Trace of a Ghost
Ghost Trippin'
Give Up the Ghost
The Ghost is Clear (novella)
Ghost Fever
Ghost Lights

Other books by Cherie Claire:
The Cajun Series

A Cajun Dream
The Letter

The Cajun Embassy
Ticket to Paradise
Damn Yankees
Gone Pecan

Carnival Confessions: A Mardi Gras Novella

Non-fiction titles by Cheré Coen:
Magic's in the Bag: Creating Spellbinding Gris Gris Bags and Sachets with Jude Bradley
Exploring Cajun Country: A Tour of Historic Acadiana
Haunted Lafayette, Louisiana
Forest Hill, Louisiana: A Bloom Town History

Product Details

BN ID: 2940160899220
Publisher: Cherie Claire
Publication date: 10/13/2019
Series: Viola Valentine Mystery , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 1,057,854
File size: 567 KB

About the Author

Cherie Claire is a native of New Orleans who like so many other Gulf Coast residents was heartbroken after Hurricane Katrina. She works as a travel and food writer and extensively covers the Deep South, including its colorful ghost stories. To learn more about her novels and her non-fiction books, upcoming events and to sign up for her newsletter, visit her website
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