Missing in Mudbug (Ghost-in-Law Series #5)

Missing in Mudbug (Ghost-in-Law Series #5)

by Jana DeLeon

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BN ID: 2940148901471
Publisher: Jana DeLeon
Publication date: 12/11/2013
Series: Ghost-in-Law Series , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 245
Sales rank: 15,239
File size: 754 KB

About the Author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jana DeLeon was raised in southwest Louisiana among the bayous and gators. Her hometown is Carlyss, but you probably won't find it on a map. Her family owned a camp located on a bayou just off the Gulf of Mexico that you could only get there by boat. The most important feature was the rope hammock hanging in the shade on a huge deck that stretched out over the water where Jana spent many hours reading books.

Jana and her brother spent thousands of hours combing the bayous in a flat-bottom aluminum boat, studying the natural habitat of many birds, nutria and alligators. She would like you to know that no animals were injured during these "studies," but they kept makers of peroxide in business.

Jana has never stumbled across a mystery or a ghost like her heroines, but she's still hopeful.
She now resides in Dallas, Texas, with the most spoiled Sheltie in the world.

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Missing in Mudbug 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good series. To really enjoy and understand everything, I suggest starting with the first book and read in order. Only complaint was when the main character (supposedly a game warden) didn't know the difference between frogs croaking in the swamp and an alligator or being afraid of snakes. Come on - a game warden that needed the big strong man to explain about the creatures in the preserve where she works? Otherwise nice quick beach read. Not too heavy, just pleasant easy story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love these books the mudbug and sinful series are my favorite. You have suspence, romance and lots of humor you can not go wrong with these books a must read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kept me guessing until the very end
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book you can not put down until the end, as there are so many twists and turns. You are on the edge of your seat with the excitement.
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I like to have a good old easy read every now and then. All the Mudbug series is just that for me -- humor, mystery, romance, and a ghost now and then.
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ponygirlRF More than 1 year ago
Funny as always Jana Deleon doesn't disappoint
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webangel More than 1 year ago
Love,love,love ghost-in-law Mudbug series. I become part of the story & Helena just makes you laugh. Plus you have mistory,romance & laughter all in one story. Never a boring chapter.
rhonda1111RL More than 1 year ago
4 STARS I love this series. It is light, fun cozy mystery. The characters I love. The ghost-in-law is Helen. She reminds me of lucy in I love Lucy. Always causing a mess of trouble that makes you laugh. She wears weird outfits, she can't always control. She can't control sometimes if she has mass or not always at the wrong moments. She is always stealing food. Only a few women can see her. Helen used to be rich. Jadyn St. James is the new game warden. She is Maryse's cousin. She has not been to the area for too long. Has issues with her mother. She can see Helen. Maryse Robicheaux was the daughter-in-law to Helen. She was the first to see and hear Helen at the funeral. They did not get along. Helen left her most everything because she knew Maryse would protect the land. She is now married to Luc a DEA Agent. Sheriff Colt Bertrand is attracted to Jadyn. Colt is tricky. He wants to help find his friend even if she is not found in his area. One FBI Agent was run over by hit and run on his way back to town. His wife another FBI Agent Raissa Bordeaux is missing. The two agents are married. They had just finished a undercover assignment. The FBI Agent in charge wants everyone not FBI to stay out of the swampland. Maryse actually owns the land and leases it to the state. Jadyn has authority over the swamp. Colt figures out if he takes his vacation and can be a private contractor working under Jadyn they can search the cabins in the swampland and look to see if someone has been using one to keep Raissa. I laughed a lot reading this book. I am glad to see more of these characters. I bought it on amazon.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book has 170 pages. But you turn two to three pages to make one number. If you have read one Mudbug book than you have to read them all. What fun.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the authors ability to keep you on edge and keep you guessing with Helana's escapades to the ever juicy hotness of the Mudbug men. Makes me want to move there!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fun series to read
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ELLIEMI More than 1 year ago
easy to read, fun to read, love all of Deleon books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed most of the Ms. DeLeon's books but found this one was rather dull. 170 actual pages.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series but had several problems with this one. The time line stinks...it's only been one year since Raissa and Zach got together but Zach's now an FBI agent. FBI training is five months and he was undercover for four...come on, he's a rookie and not seasoned enough to have a 'reputation' within the bureau. Raissa also swore she would never return. Helena's antiics are getting too predictable and silly and why is Maryse all of a sudden ditzie?? Where's the attraction and heat between Jadyn and Colt? Hope the next one is better.
s-charlie_1 More than 1 year ago
All these books are enjoyable. Easy read, good mystery, funny
rgp1950 More than 1 year ago
I love the way Jana DeLeon keeps the characters I’ve grown to know, but always puts them in unique entertaining situations so they don’t become boring. In “Missing in Mudbug, as with her other books, she introduces new characters that fit right in. Once again, this author has a mix of mystery, suspense, and small town bayou humor. I am originally from a small La. town and she has nailed the culture.
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