Ghost to the Rescue

Ghost to the Rescue

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"Wiggins dispatches the spunky spirit to her old hometown of Adelaide, Oklahoma, to help a single mother and struggling writer find some creative solutions to her problems. Deidre Davenport is just about broke, trying to support her two children, and has her hopes pinned on getting a faculty job with the Goddard College English department. Jay Knox, who is in charge of the writer's conference she's participating in, will decide who gets the job, but he's more interested in her body than her body of work. Not long after his advances are rejected, Knox turns up dead--and Deirdre's fingerprints are found on the murder weapon. Bailey Ruth knows Deirdre is innocent, and that the professor's lewd behavior is bound to have rubbed others the wrong way. Now she must find out who really knocked off Knox...if Deirdre and her family are ever going to have a happy ending"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York :, Berkley Prime Crime,, 2015
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780425276563
Characteristics: 275 pages


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This is probably the least favorite of all the Bailey Ruth ghost/emissary series books I have read thus far. That is simply because I didnt get as caught up in this particular plot. But even the worst of Carolyn Hart's Bailey Ruth series books is better than the best of many others!! So, yes, I would recommend it for a quick relaxing read and a "cozy" mystery (do those two words even REALLY belong together?).

Nov 16, 2015

These books are light entertainment. A relaxing humorous romp with a dash of romance and suspense. I enjoy them.

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