Locals call the priceless antique necklace the Missing Thorndike. Could it really be cursed? According to Danielle's stalker it is.
Reluctantly, Danielle agrees to celebrate the First Anniversary of Marlow House's Grand Opening. Her friends insist it is a way to move past the tragic events that occurred the past year. She even agrees to wear the Missing Thorndike for a second time.
But when one of the guests is murdered at the party--surrounded by more than a half dozen possible suspects--Danielle begins to wonder if there is something to the curse.
She understands that the ghost of a murder victim doesn't always know the identity of his or her killer. But this ghost knows, and she isn't telling. And she isn't leaving Marlow House.
|Publisher:||Robeth Publishing, LLC|
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|File size:||968 KB|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have read every book in the series up to this one and enjoyed them enough. This one is almost painful. The writing seems stilted, just off. The story line with Lily and Ian seemed out of whack with earlier characterizations of Ian. I couldn't even work up my usual fondness for Walt and Danielle. This series was always sort of reliable to me, comfortable with a nice little love thing going on between the ghost and main character. This one disappointed me, I'm sorry to say.