Oh Holy Ghost by Janet McNulty
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Review of Oh Holy Ghost (Mellow Summers #5) by Janet McNulty
Reviewed for Making Connections Goodreads Group
The ebook copy has been provided to me by the author in return for my fair and impartial review.
This fifth entry in the Mellow Summers series, about the ghost-magnet college co-ed, can be read as a stand-alone or enjoyed as part of the series. Mel is feeling a little lost as Christmas approaches, because there haven’t been any crimes lately needing to be solved, and no ghostly encounters (or so she has thought). Her ghost-sidekick, Rachel, hasn’t been around lately either. But riding on a float in the Christmas parade, Mel spots a murder-in-progress in an upstairs apartment of a run-down building, and hastens to the scene-only to find the place empty not just of inhabitants but even of furniture or any sign of life.
This time around Mel attracts an unearthly presence which terrifies her, as well as, once again, a killer who believes she needs to be eradicated. But feisty Mellow won’t be stopped-she is on the trail of a murderer, and nothing-on earth or beyond-will get in Mel’s way.
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