The Haunted House Symphony

The Haunted House Symphony

by Sue Latham


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Margo Monroe recently left her office job to become a full-time professional ghost hunter. She's tempted to dismiss her new client, Marsha, as a hysterical drama queen. But while investigating Marsha's Victorian mansion, they make an accidental discovery that hints at a hidden treasure. With the help of a restless spirit, Margo and her team uncover something that makes them overnight celebrities and changes history.

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ISBN-13: 9780983584308
Publisher: Lonely Swan Books
Publication date: 07/19/2011
Pages: 330
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.74(d)

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The Haunted House Symphony 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Katherineb More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed Haunted House Mystery by Sue Latham, even though the paranormal is not my forte. The plot is well constructed and the conversations are straightforward. I am looking forward to future books to learn more about the characters and enjoy more mysterious ghostly episodes. "On the day we got the first frantic phone call from Marsha Darnell, I was looking forward to a little bit of down time. We had spent most of the night before in a tavern inhabited by a particularly rambunctious poltergeist, and I had taken a thunk on the head from a flying beer bottle." This begins a tale of the team of Margo, Ernie, Sandy and Elaine. They investigate paranormal happenings in the small town of Indian Springs. They are called to look into inexplicable happenings in a house in the Victorian section of town that is being renovated by the new owner. There they discover a phenomenon and a centuries old mystery. There are a few side stories that the author relates to show not all mysterious happening are paranormal - like finding a trio of squirrels in the attic of a sweet lady who is just sure her late husband is trying to contact her. I am looking forward to more in the series as Ms. Latham recounts more exciting stories about these zany, but dedicated people. The humorous vein that runs through the story is great. I hope Ms. Latham keeps it in future stories of the team. This is a fun book to read. You must get it and start reading about the people in the little town of Indian Springs.