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THE FIRST THREE BOOKS OF THE CHANTILLY ADAIR PARANORMAL COZY MYSTERY SERIES
The dead in Castleberry, Georgia have a lot to say—and Chantilly Adair can hear them.
Book 1: Get Up and Ghost
When Chantilly Adair takes a tumble down the stairs of the Castleberry Historical Society, she is suddenly able to see ghosts!
As the town prepares for the annual BBQ competition, the king of BBQ is found dead, and Chantilly doesn’t know what’s worse—being the prime suspect, or thinking a ghost is the murderer.
Can Chantilly find the real killer, or will she wind up a Castleberry legend like the ghosts she sees?
Book 2: Ghosts Are People Too
When her best friend Gen comes from Birmingham for an extended visit, psychic medium Chantilly Adair can’t wait to show her Castleberry, Georgia.
But when trouble comes to town in the form of her best friend’s soon-to-be ex-husband, threatening both Chantilly and Gen, and winding up dead in the cellar of a local historical property, her plans change.
The cops can’t find a suspect, other than Gen, of course.
Now, for Chantilly to clear her best friend, she’ll need help from a surprising person... who just happens to be dead.
Book 3: Praying For Peace
Ghost talking can be murder...
Castleberry Historical society manager Chantilly Adair finds a dead body hidden in a janitor’s closet of the old Baptist church just outside of town... and the former pastor’s spirit hovering nearby.
Impeded by the cantankerous spirit Chantilly knows is hiding something, she must pick her way through the mystery of a long-ago fire and the dead guy stuffed inside the closet.
Can Chantilly discover how the two crimes are connected, and will she find out who the killer is... before she becomes the next victim?
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|Publisher:||Severn River Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.83(d)|
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.