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    Angie Fox does it again!

    Another great one by Angie Fox! This series just keeps getting better and better. It was very hard to put down! Ellis and Verity are doing better and better despite Virginia's interference. And Verity is getting to be an amazing ghost hunter, thanks to and still occasionally no thanks to Frankie. Fantastic ending! Can't wait for the next one!
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    OMG what a great read!!!

    OMG Angie Fox just gets better and better. This is book 5 in Angie Fox's Southern Ghost Hunter series, however while you will want to read each of the previous books you do not have to read them to follow SWEET TEA AND SPIRITS. Yes this is a continuing series, and yes there is a continuing story-line with Frankie, the gangster ghost, however each book stands on its own and has an ending. There are no cliff-hangers in these books. These books follow Verity Long, as she deals with ghosts, mysteries, her boyfriend Ellis and Ellis' family. I love the fact these stories evolve much how life itself does. The characters grow and change but still remain true to who they are. I love watching Verity get more comfortable with where she is in life and what that means for her future. I love Ellis...I want more Ellis...he's such a great character. But I think even better is ghost Frankie. He's such a character. Add in Verity's pet skunk, Lucy, and all the surprise "guests" that show up and you are always in for a fun engaging well-written time. I eagerly devour these books every-time I get them. They are written in first person but somehow that only adds to the appeal of these books. You never feel lost. Although I will say this one left me on the edge of my seat a couple of times. I was worried about Verity and Frankie. Fans of Angie Fox are in for a treat with SWEET TEA AND SPIRITS. If you are new Angie Fox but love great well written mysteries with outstanding characters and a setting you'll adore then you need to add SWEET TEA AND SPIRITS to your to buy list NOW. You won't be disappointed. Now to wait for the next book.......ugh that's the hard part, the waiting.
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    Sweet Tea and Spirits by Angie Fox

    Humorous and engaging mystery. It can be read as a stand alone but a richer experience if others have been read prior. Fifth book in the Southern Ghost Hunter mystery series. Verity has a ghost hunting business thanks to the gangster ghost that has been grounded to her ancestral home. Frankie is cranky, a gambler, and a liar. Borrowing his power allows Verity to see other ghosts and solve crimes. And she quite often gets in the middle of domestic issues, angry ghosts and malicious mischief. This book deepens relationships between Verity and Ellis, Verity and Frankie, and even the woman that has caused Verity the most grief - the mother of her former fiancé - Virginia. Virginia is not a nice person. I hope Ellis realizes how manipulative she is at some point. Verity's sister doesn't play a huge roll in this series, but I thought this passage is indicative of the series fun and humor. Excerpt: “We stayed at my sister’s that night, which should have made Frankie happy, only it didn’t because Melody lived in an old schoolhouse that had been converted into loft apartments. How was I supposed to know there’d still be kids running through the halls? Melody was a perkier, blonder, thinner version of me. “Can Frankie buy things on the ghostly plane?” she asked, pouring me a glass of fresh-brewed iced tea. “Sometimes.” His immaterial gains tended to disappear after a short while. It didn’t stop Frankie from pursuing them. “The only things a ghost can have permanently are what he died with.” “Well, that settles it, then,” she said, making herself a cup of decaf. “I’m carrying my Keurig with me wherever I go.” Excerpt From: Fox, Angie. “Sweet Tea and Spirits.”
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    Fun 5th installment for the mystery series lover!

    Book 5 in Angie Fox’s Southern Ghost Hunter series, Sweet Tea and Spirits, is a wild ride from start to jaw dropping finish. Verity Long and her eclectic crew are back and as colorful as ever, solving crimes and stirring things up in Sugarland as only they can. The story opens with a mysterious phone call that instantly sets off alarm bells in Verity’s head. With her ghostly gangster sidekick, Frankie, in tow, and her handsome boyfriend, Officer Ellis Wydell, at her side, she jumps head first into her latest case. And this one promises to be a doozy. Located in a historical building, the Sugarland Heritage Society, most recently headed up by Ellis’ mother and Verity’s nemesis, Virginia, is the site of the latest town troubles. Through the process of uncovering long buried secrets and unholy alliances, we learn a bit about perceptions and prejudices that shape our belief systems. In this particular installment, love is also abundant in the air, and it’s charming. Development of existing relationships, introduction of new couples, and reminisces of long ago, once-in-a-lifetime loves all serve to make the story a little more personal, and the characters even more relatable. If you are a reader who loves details, this book will especially appeal to you. From the character descriptions, intricate details of places, and particulars about how things occur, the minutia clarify the author’s vision, and provide a solid basis for future installments in the series. With the adept weaving in of the backstory, this book more than stands alone as a great read all on its own. However, if you enjoy mystery series with quirky, lovable characters, well developed stories, and memorable settings, the entire Southern Ghost Hunter series is a must.
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    Awesome Paranormal Mystery

    Sweat Tea & Spirits (Southern Ghost Hunter Book 5) Angie Fox I love this series & once again the Author has produced a great page turner that you’ll not want to put down until you’ve finished devouring it. Verity is a lovely Southern Girl who has been ostracised by the small town wealthy Socialites. So you can imagine their (and Verity’s) horror when she gets invited to join their social group! LOL! &, if that isn’t enough Verity has to solve a murder! Deal with ghosts! (including her very own resident sidekick Frankie) Look after her adorable pet skunk Lucy & find time for her hunky Policeman boyfriend Ellis! All in a days work for a Southern Ghost Hunter!
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