The Southern Ghost Hunter Series 5th Anniversary Special Edition will be a blast for readers who follow the series. It is such a wealth of information on Verity, her boyfriend Ellis, her pet skunk Lucy, and pert ghost Frankie along with the other ghostly and non-ghostly residents of Sugarland TN.
I was a bit surprised at how much my own imagined pictures of Verity’s family home and property matched what was shown in the drawings. This just proves how well Angie Fox is at descriptions. I loved the deleted scenes, but could understand why she left them out and this also shows her gift as a writer.
If you haven’t read any of the books in this series this is a perfect place to start. If you have read them you will love the gift of extra details and character development from Angie Fox. Click the link below.
The Mint Julep Murders (Southern Ghost Hunter, #8)
This one was good! Really good. It had some scary parts the others in the past had lacked. The typical Verity humor is there, but there was a lot of character growth in this one. The Verity, Frankie, Ellis triangle is in full force with a twist in it. Verity is hired to look for ghosts by a woman who wants to open a haunted house
– huh? Yeah that’s what Verity thought. An injured Ellis and an anxious Frankie come along for different reasons. This location is chilling. The ghosts and humans made alike had intense interactions. Frankie made an important discovery about himself, and Verity was given an insight into Ellis. I liked this story, and the fact we were left with a place we might revisit in the future.
I have had so much fun reading a series by Angie Fox “The Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries” I just finished number six and I have to say it is a very fun book. All of the books are funny, the characters are engaging, and the paranormal aspect won’t keep you up at night.
I just posted the following review on this latest book “Murder on the Sugarland Express” on Amazon and Good Reads.
This fun book brings together Verity and Ellis on a romantic escape on a faithfully restored vintage train. The usual suspects find themselves sharing the trip except for Lucy who is being pampered and spoiled at the skunk sitters. Frankie and Molly have their own ghostly adventure, Ellis’ brother and mother are also there, along with a myriad of interesting passengers. A ghost conductor and ghost detective help the living and the dead solve old and new murders. I have to admit this was one of my favorites so far. Ready for the next one!
You can find the whole series on Amazon or Barnes and Noble e-books.