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  • They died to make the desert bloom!

    In this 5th installment of the Mystery House Series, author Eva Pohler, once again weaves her unique blend of literary magic to produce a spellbinding story incorporating historical fact, clean romance, and paranormal intrigue. While the story could be enjoyed as a standalone, I think the fullest appreciation will be had by those who have read the whole series. The delightful main characters, Ellen, Sue, and Tanya evolve throughout the course of the series in terms of their personal lives as well as their professional endeavors as paranormal investigators and ghost healers. This story has them traveling to the Silver State (Nevada) to probe the possible paranormal etiology of a mysterious illness that has left medical experts baffled. Their research uncovers a link to the Hoover dam and those who died during its construction. While the dam represents an amazing architectural achievement, the working conditions and corporate greed cast an ugly shadow over the project. Our intrepid heroines commit themselves to uncovering the whole truth behind the deaths of the many workers who “died to make the desert bloom”. The story is captivating, the characters are fun and relatable, and the underlying mission of these wonderful ladies to help all people to the best of their abilities, regardless of whether they are living or long dead, is uplifting. I will definitely be on board for their next adventure. I would be remiss if I did not mention that the narrator, Debbie Andreen, gives an excellent performance in the audiobook version of this story. She has a wonderfully pleasing voice and the ability to make the characters and the story come alive. I was provided with a copy of the audiobook version of this story by the author and I am voluntarily offering my honest and unbiased review.

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