M. J. Holliday has the unusual ability to talk to the dead. But when it comes to a vengeful ghost and a mysterious drowning, this time she may be in over her head....
That sinking feeling...
Kidwella Castle in northern Wales is rumored to be haunted by a deadly ghost - the Grim Widow, who allegedly drowns unsuspecting guests in the castle’s moat. Not long after M. J. and her crew arrive at the castle to film their ghost-hunting cable TV show, Ghoul Getters, two new victims are added to the Widow’s grisly roster. Fear ripples through the castle, especially when it’s discovered that the victims may have had help into their watery graves from the land of the living. The local inspector suspects a father-son serial killing team, but M. J. thinks that theory is all wet. To catch the true culprit she will need to dive deep into the castle’s past and bring some long buried secrets to the surface.
©2012 Victoria Laurie (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
had a few slow parts but a great listen as always. Gilly's been getting under my skin now for the past few novels but this time he make it all the way. he is a hanging on charcter. his ever ending selfish whinning would test the best of us. make him grow up or get out.... if he was my friend i think i would leave him at home and visit when i could....
Wow! I've read all the books in this series and I have to say, this was definitely one of the best. What a deep and murky mystery! Loved the story, loved the narrator - can't wait for the next one!
Take a look it's in a book...Reading Rainbow!
Another great book in this quirky series! I really do love all the crazy fun of this series!
Gilly is still a drama queen and a favorite! He is just such a character! Although at this point in te series he really should be used to all the goings on, rather than spazzing!
MJ and Heath are still a hot couple. They are growing on me, even though I really loved Stephen! They really are sweet together. And they have so much in common, almost too much.
The Ghoul Hunters are once again in a location that serves up a nasty ghost and a side mystery. The mystery is really well thought out and keeps you on your toes. I really fast paced adventure that has intrigue and haunting!
I really hope we do not have to wait so long for the next book! I love this series!
I love a good story
Yes, and she is a very good narrator.
:: Spoiler:: a bit
Gilly is EXTREMELY annoying in this book. I don't see how MJ didn't just stuff him onto a plane back home. I got so sick of his histrionics.
The reading of the book was delightful. The story itself, as always, victoria laurie continues to do good work. I love the series and the narrator was excellent.
I loved the first 4 books of this series. In fact, I was down right addicted, but since Stephen was written out, the series just hasn't been the same to me. At least I still have Laurie's Psychic Eye series which is the best series ever. I love Abby Cooper and thought MJ and Gilley would be the same but it has not turned out to be.
The clever titles are the best part. The heroine's sidekick is a distraction with his annoying whine.
I enjoyed the detective series more.
A really bad Welsh accent. Decent Irish voices and bearable Scottish and English accents.
This series needs to come back to the US or end.
Let me start by saying that this is only the second book in the series that I have read. I read the first book in print many years back and thought it was cute but wasn't interested in rushing out to read more. However, when this book became available through one of Audible's 2-for1 credit sales the preview sounded interesting enough that I thought I'd give it a try. Many times with cozy series you don't have to read them all to be able to enjoy any of the books. And that wasn't a problem here either; I was able to follow the story and characters without being familiar with them. However, maybe if I had been invested in the characters from previous books, I would have been more interested in this story. As it was, despite all the action, I was bored. I just couldn't bring myself to care for the characters or what was happening. I gave up listening a little before halfway through.
Also, the narrator's voice didn't seem to fit the character. In my opinion, she sounds more like a teenager and less like a full-grown adult. Maybe this played in to my dislike of the book, as well. I think Eileen Stevens would do a great job reading a young adult novel as her pacing, cadence and voices were all spot on. She just didn't work for me for this book.
If you are already a fan of this series, you might like this book, though I'd stay away from the audio version (unless you've listened to them before and don't mind the reader). If you haven't read this series before, I wouldn't recommend starting with this one.
The book seemed to be written for YA but isn't advertised as such. The characters came across as flakes.
Not sure - can't decide if the narrator was the issue or the dialogue.
If this had been described at a YA book, it would have been pretty good. But as a book for adults, I expected the dialogue to be better.
This is a silly ,fun series that keeps my interest because it is well written.
Eileen's performance is excellent. She creates personalities with her voices and you always know who's talking.
The character "Gilly" is still too whiney-Queen for me and I would have dropped him off the castle into the moat 4 stories back. He's an important friend to the main character so he shouldn't be so completely annoying all the time! It takes away from the flow of the stories to have him behaving like an 8 year old every step of the way!
thrilling book with a lot of unexpected twist and turns. truely terrifying in places but balanced with a little light hearted humor thrown in
the whole thing was brilliant
no but very difficult to stop
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