GHOST OF A CHANCE
Amber Quill Press
Rating: 4 Cups
Milly is happy running her late husband’s nightclub and restaurant. She still sings one night a week. She is lonely, but thinks that she will never be lucky enough to find another man like her late husband. She is worried about her twin sister, Yvette, who has been missing for a week.
Bret is now fully recovered from the mission that nearly took his life. His father has just had a coronary and they are unable to contact Bret’s twin Bart. While driving home, he sees his cousin’s best friend Yvette on the side of the road, injured. She warns him to tell “her” that she is in danger and then she disappears. She is a ghost. Bret decides that he needs a drink and stops in at his friend Buzz’s club and almost has a coronary of his own; the woman singing on stage is Yvette’s double.
A woman disappears from her hotel and when her friends and relatives try to investigate, mysterious accidents befall them. Everything seems to be tied to the wedding of the missing woman’s best friend.
This novel is full of suspense and the paranormal elements are very well done. The author has a gift for inventing memorable characters, especially Milly and Bret, and the setting of South Florida is also well done. This combination of mystery, romance and the paranormal is very difficult to put down.
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