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  • The perfect Halloween read!

    Charlene Morris moved from Chicago to Salem for a fresh start after her husband's death. She bought a wonderful historic mansion with the intent of turning it into a B&B. In this second installment in the A Salem B&B Mystery series, Charlene has renovated her B&B just in time for Halloween and is thrilled to be welcoming her first guests. She takes them on a ghost tour of the city, but the fun-filled evening turns into a nightmare when Morganna, a local Wiccan, is found dead in her shop and one of her guests becomes the prime suspect. Charlene is convinced that her guest is innocent and decides to clear his name and find the real culprit. I found this book to be a charming and entertaining read. The author's writing style is easy and fun. I enjoyed the setting with its rich history and culture. I thought it worked perfectly with the paranormal aspect of the story. Charlene is a kindhearted and intelligent main character. However, she lacks impulse control and has a tendency to put herself in dangerous situations. As I have said before, I really don't mind love triangles in cozies, however, one of Charlene's love interest happens to be a ghost. Jack is a charming and witty character and I enjoyed his interactions with Charlene, but he's dead and has to move on at some point. I don't see how there can be anything between them so I'm hoping the author focuses more on developing Charlene and Sam's relationship. The mystery was well- crafted, with plenty of suspense and red herrings to keep me guessing. I was quite pleased with myself as I did manage to figure out the culprit's identity and their motive about halfway through the story. Overall, this was an enjoyable read and I look forward to spending more time with Charlene. I can't wait to see how her business grows and how the relationships in her life develop. If you enjoy paranormal cozy mysteries, then I highly recommend this one. It's the perfect Halloween read. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for the opportunity to read this ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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  • All Hallows Eve Murder

    Charlene Morris is celebrating her first Halloween as a resident of Salem and B&B owner. To celebrate her first guests she books a ghost tour for her guests and joins them for the fun. At the end of the night Charlene and one of her guests finds a glass blower dead in the back of her shop. When one of her guests takes off after the body is found, the police look for the young man as he lands on their radar as a person of interest. Between finding the body an d wanting to prove one of her guests innocent, Charlene finds herself trying to solve another murder in Salem. But will the witches cast a spell on Charlene to silence her once and for all before she can find the murderer. What a fabulous series! I love Salem, MA and the author includes many real places in her book, which makes it feel even more familiar. A great whodunit with ghosts, witches and history that will leave you counting down for the next entry in this fun series.

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  • Fun cozymystery

    A cozy mystery with a ghost. Doesn't get much better than that! Mrs. Morris is easy to like and so is her ghost. This is a great read for cozy mystery readers. I'm excited to read the next episode.

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