Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Review: Ghost a la Mode

Ghost a la Mode

Ghost a la Mode by Sue Ann Jaffarian

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

My Review:

The first book in a new series by Sue Ann Jaffarian. Emma Whitecastle finds out that she can see and speak to ghosts. Her "Granny Apples" comes to her for help and boy does she.
Nice light quick read. Enjoyable. A little bit of flirty romance thrown in the mix of trying to solve a 100 year old mystery.

Book Blurb:

A new series debut from Odelia Grey mystery author Sue Ann Jaffarian!

Granny was famous for her award-winning apple pies-and notorious for murdering her husband Jacob at their homestead in Julian, California. The only trouble is, Granny was framed, then murdered. For more than one hundred years, Granny's spirit has been searching for someone to help her see that justice is served—and she hits pay dirt when she pops in to a séance attended by her great-great-great-granddaughter, modern-day divorced mom Emma Whitecastle. Together, Emma and Granny Apples solve mysteries of the past—starting with Granny's own unjust murder rap in the final days of the California Gold Rush.
Along with a sprinkling of history, this spirited new mystery series features the amateur sleuth team of Emma Whitecastle and the spirit of her pie-baking great-great-great-grandmother, Granny Apples.

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