Three Little Ghosts by Janet McNulty
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Review of Three Little Ghosts (Mellow Summers #4) 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.
Even though this is the fourth in a series, enough backdrop is subtly woven in that the reader can come to it fresh, as I did (though I do intend to go pick up the first three in the series). Feisty Mellow Summers is a college co-ed in Vermont, rooming with her wealthy but unassuming friend Janet. Mellow has an unusual talent-she is a ghost magnet, and even has a ghostly sidekick, Rachel (who does not, however, appear in this novel). Mel also is almost obsessed with solving crimes: present her with one, and danger, police detective’s warnings, and threats, will not turn her aside. Mel is nothing if not determined. She also has a boyfriend Greg, a really decent guy; and an entire biker gang on her side. In fact, in this entry, one of the gang, Tiny, is confronted by the ghost of a little girl, in the town library, and as Mel sets off to soothe the ghost and perhaps help her to move on, she soon discovers that there is not just one Library ghosts, but three-and of course, she finds herself head deep in a murder, and herself targeted by the killer.
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