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  • Who isn’t fascinated by haunted buildings?

    Cass is hired to determine whether an old asylum is truly haunted. Sadly she finds the body of what could be the latest resident spirit. Now she’s trying to determine who else was killed at the asylum and who did it, and that’s before she even addresses the older spirits. But with the killer gunning for Cass next, she has to work quickly before she crosses over and joins the others. This is the second book in the series I have read and each reads fine as a stand alone. Be prepared to settling in a cozy spot with a good drink at hand because you will not want to put this one down!

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  • I enjoyed it

    This is an enjoyable series, and I quite like the characters. I really appreciate the way in which Cass uses her gift to help solve the whodunit. I recommend this book. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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  • Ghosts and mourder

    Cass, resident psychic on Bay Island, is learning to use her skills when she is offered a large amount of money to find out if an abandoned mental asylum is haunted. Soon, Cass and her bff Bee are investigating a murder after Cass finds a body on the grounds. Cass soon realizes there were more murders at the asylum five years before. Is the same person responsible for all the deaths? And what is the motive? As soon as I began reading, I was hooked. I liked the characters and the setting, and the mystery was tantalizing. This is the 6th book in the Bay Island Psychic Mystery series, but it works well as a stand-alone. But I will be reading the first five books in the series soon, while hoping for the next in the series.

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  • Spirit Seeks Helpful Psychic

    Cass was hired to find out whether an insane asylum was haunted, and if it would be safe to house kids. Haunted? Of course! Safe? Not if you consider the strength of the spirits haunting it...and the murder that happened while she was there. Supported and protected by her best friend Bee, a hulking sized man (don't judge him because he designs amazing fashion), and Beast, her 100 pound dog, Cass finds herself in the unenviable position of avoiding death while trying to identify the motive and killer. There are many suspects and motives, but was there only one murder? The asylum grounds have more secrets. And the people in the cozy town she returned to, have burdens on their souls. It's a good thing Cass is a psychic who can communicate with the dead, and Mystical Musings is the perfect place to give them a voice! This is an entertaining winter-time mystery in the off-season tourist town of Twin Forks. The cast of characters is varied, the asylum is spooky, and the suspense is well-done. Cass, a psychic and new business owner, is insecure and in some danger; but she is very fortunate to be surrounded by a best friend, a boyfriend, a cop friend, an old friend, and a dog! Plus a psychic mentor! What more could a girl ask for? To not be shot at? Sure, but every situation has its downsides! It's a fun read, and the food sounds delicious. I refuse to say which elements haunted me longest! 4/5 Stars Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for this free ebook preview! #ASpiritSeeksAsylum #NetGalley

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  • Terrifically Good!

    Having missed the first books in Lena Gregory's "A Bay Island Psychic Mystery" series, I decided to take the plunge and dive straight in at book six with this novel, A Spirit Seeks Asylum, and I would have missed a treat if I hadn't! I got to meet clairvoyant Cass Donovan for the first time. Protagonist Cass is tested when the owner, Elijah Anderson, of the Twin Forks Lunatic Asylum, tells her he is going to turn the building and grounds into a boarding school but prior to doing so, wishes to know if the rumours that have been circulating are true about the property being haunted. Cass is pleased to be asked as she needs an injection of cash to see her through the winter period and to help kickstart her new venture into vlogging. Elijah is willing to cough up $20k. When Elijah is found dead, Cass is left wondering who might be next. Lena Gregory peppers this novel with some delightful narrative and I loved the friendship that Cass had with Stephanie and Bee. The characters were mostly relatable and perfect in their roles. I really enjoyed this compelling, well-executed mystery and I found Cass passionate and determined and I liked that she had a bond with the police. There were some soupçons of humour and the mystery kept me guessing, especially in relation to the motive. I found myself desperate to read just one more page. All in all a very worthwhile read and a series I intend to continue with. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Beyond the Page Publishing via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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