Talking to ghosts can be killer.
Castleberry, Georgia is a small Southern town with a ton of history, and that history includes a lot of ghosts.
How do I know? Because I can see them.
And trust me, that’s not always a good thing.
As the city’s historical society manager, I spend a lot of time in old buildings, and old buildings are filled with dead people. Take the Baptist church on the outskirts of town. I’m in the process of certifying it as a historical building.
And not only is it full of ghosts, but... surprise!... there’s a body in the basement. And I’m the one who found it.
Now I’ve got to pick through the history of a long ago fire and decipher the clues I’m getting from some very stubborn spirits, all while dodging someone—dead or alive—who wants me to mind my own business...
And will do whatever’s necessary to keep me quiet.
If you like Southern paranormal cozy mysteries, you’ll love this stand-alone story!
About the Author
Now an empty-nester, Carolyn lives in the Atlanta suburbs with her husband, two Pit Bull-Boxer mix dogs and two cantankerous cats, but you'll often find her at a local coffee shop people-watching (and listening.) Or as she likes to call it: plotting her next novel.