A grieving young widow, Charlene needed a new start—so she bought a historic mansion, sight unseen, and drove from Chicago to New England to start turning it into a bed-and-breakfast. On her first night in the house, she awakens to find a handsome man with startling blue eyes in her bedroom. Terror turns to utter disbelief when he politely introduces himself as Jack Strathmore—and explains that he used to live here—when he was alive. He firmly believes that someone pushed him down the stairs three years ago, and he won’t be able to leave until someone figures out who. If Charlene wants to get her business up and running in time for the Halloween tourist rush, and get this haunting houseguest out of the way, she’ll have to investigate. Though truth be told, this ghost is starting to grow on her.

About the Author

Traci Wilton is a pseudonym of Traci Hall and Patrice Wilton. Patrice Wilton is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than twenty books, some indie-published and some published by Amazon/Montlake. Traci Hall is the USA Today bestselling author of more than 50 books, published independently as well as by Medallion Press and Samhain Publishing. Visit them online at http://www.patricewilton.com.

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  1. Jacquie! Thank you so much. What a nice surprise for the 4th of July. You have a great looking blog and appreciate your giving Mrs. Morris and our handsome, charming ghost an opportunity to reach new readers.

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  2. Traci and I had never written a mystery before and we were not a writing team, but when our agent, Evan Marshall mentioned to us that he knew an editor from Kensington and was looking for something similar to The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, Traci and I stepped up to the plate. We had so much fun writing this series, and writing together. We’ve known each other a long time and write similar so we just ham and egged it, and came out with a great omelet, (not sure if that makes sense, but I’m going with it!) Happy 4th people, and if you want a link for a free copy from Netgalley we have a few available. Would love a review or two!!

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  3. This sounds really cute. like Staci said, it calls to mind The Ghost and Mrs. Muir which I absolutely loved as a kid. This one will probably end up on my TBR!

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  4. Thanks Mae! We hope you put it on your summer reading list, and if you want a free copy of the book, please email me!

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