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  • A diverting tale!

    Verity Long is back along with Frankie and Lucy for another adventure. Sugarland is opening the time capsule early, and they find an unexpected item inside. Erma Sue’s Burn Book is an item to be feared. She collected secrets and kept them in the book. Erma Sue used the secrets she had obtained as the town beautician to blackmail many residents of Sugarland. Her daughter, Twyla Sue reclaims the book and puts it in a place of honor in the hair salon. Unfortunately, it puts a target on Twyla Sue’s back. Ellis and Verity are on a picnic when he gets an urgent call. Twyla Sue is dead and someone unexpected is accused of the crime. It is the last person Verity wishes to help, but she will do anything for Ellis. Verity along with Lucy and Frankie must work to prove this person is innocent. Give Up the Ghost by Angie Foxy is the eleventh book in The Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries. Each book can be read as a standalone, but you will be missing out on some entertaining stories. This is a light, fun tale that will have you laughing frequently. I thought Five Up the Ghost was well-written with fast pacing. There is a great cast of characters. I always enjoy my visits to Sugarland. You never know what mischief Frankie the German is cooking up. Frankie has horseracing on the brain and brings an unwanted guest to stay on Verity’s porch. Lucy, though, is thrilled with the newcomer. I loved the scenes with Lucy and the ghost animals. They are so sweet and amusing. Verity has come a long way since Southern Spirits. Verity will need to be strong if she is to solve this mystery. Verity encounters some unusual and dangerous things on the ghostly plane. Those who are familiar with the series will be delighted with who gets their comeuppance. I loved following the case and solving the whodunit. The author created an entertaining and humorous mystery. The one question that has been a running theme throughout the series is finally answered much to one ghosts’ relief. I loved the ending. It was very special. I cannot wait for the next installment. Give Up The Ghost is a diverting tale with a beauticians burn book, a horse on the porch, a spirited skunk, galloping goats, a booby-trapped abode, a tried-and-true trap, a rattled realtor, a resentful sister, and an astonishing surprise.

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  • Sugarland Secrets Revealed

    I absotively posilutely adored this book. It’s my favourite in the series so far. The murder mystery was well written & It was lovely to see things go so well For Verity & Frankie. As for cutie pie Lucy & her new friends, So adorable & sweet it made me smile so much my cheeks hurt :D

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  • New Frankie story!

    Verity puts her ghost hunter skills to good use, trying to solve the mystery of a local woman's death, while also dealing with Virginia and her many secrets. Frankie's antics get even more out of control in this story, in a hilarious way. Verity handles him pretty well, much better than I would, for sure. This series is always a lot of fun, and a joy to read!

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  • So Good!

    This is another great book in the southern ghost hunter mystery series! Verity and Frankie really have their work cut out for them, not only are they looking into a missing item that has the ENTIRE town of Sugarland on pins and needles but solving this mystery could help Frankie get unstuck. The ghosts in this story aren't the friendly kind, one is a blackmailer and the other is so intent on revenge that she has built an entire house of booby traps... Which wouldn't be that big a deal if Verity weren't tuned into the ghostly world and can see and feel it all...and if Frankie could just stop touching stuff that would be great. I also really loved that Verity and her nemesis get to have a heart-to-heart of sorts that lets out all of the bad feelings, and helps them both move on, and the nemesis decides that she could maybe be a better person after all.. I can't wait to see where the next book is going to go!

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  • Give Up the Ghost

    Give Up the Ghost by Angie Fox Southern Ghost Hunter mystery series book 10. Cozy mystery style. Best read as part of the series in order. The opened time capsules reveals an infamous blackmail book owned by the late Emma Mae, owner of the local hair salon. As salacious scandal get released, Verity investigates with the help of Frankie and her ghost sight. Verity’s soft and generous heart has her helping a woman she never would have expected to need support. Ghost hunting and scandal. Another fun adventure with Verity, Frankie, the pet skunk and the rest of the towns recurring characters. A step back from the scary and horror a couple of books back, this is more small town and Frankie antics that we’ve enjoyed through the series. Amusing and a bit of comeuppance for one character that needed it.

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