Klanor has destroyed Rynah's home planet, Lanyr, by stealing the crystal that controls the planet's magnetic field. His plan is to find all six of the crystals, unite them to create a deadly weapon, and destroy the entire star system...enabling him to create his own empire! With the help of the mysterious Solaris, Rynah gathers four unlikely heroes from a distant planet to fulfill the prophecy and attempt to save humanity.
Halloween has arrived and so has everyone’s favorite ghost: Rachel. Invited to a Halloween party, Mel and her friends hope to enjoy a night of fun. The party soon turns sour when a man turns up dead during a murder mystery game.
While spending time at an exclusive resort, Mel discovers a body, except when she tries to tell someone, it disappears. Soon the same body appears wherever she goes, and the other tourists, including Greg, believe that she has imagined the entire affair.
One night Timothy shows up claiming to have been murdered. Now Mellow must help another ghost solve a mystery. At the same time, various businesses have experienced thefts of small, but valuable items. Even the Candle Shoppe is a victim. In investigating Timothy's murder and the many thefts, Mellow is led to the dreaded and haunted Pen Mill's Estate. Can she solve both mysteries before she gets scared out of her wits?
While working at the Candle Shoppe, a man rushes in demanding to speak to Mel. He tells her that someone is trying to kill him and then drops dead. Though the coroner informs her it was a heart attack, Mel cannot get the man's words out of her head. Soon, she is drawn to an abandoned inn that dates back to 1688 and the legend of Smiley's Ghost. With the help of her friends, Mel explores the abandoned inn and soon finds herself being harassed by a black rider on a horse.
Yee-haw! Mel's out west and murder isn't far behind. While on vacation with her aunt and Jackie on a dude ranch in South Dakota, a dead body shows up in her room. In an area she does not know very well, it is up to Mel and her friends to solve the mystery. During the investigation, Rachel shows up, and so does the ghost of Jedidiah: a man who died in the late 1800s.
Mellow Summers just wanted to go to college and get her film degree. She moved into a furnished apartment with her friend Jackie only to find that it already had a tenant: the ghost of a girl who was murdered a year earlier. Now it is up to Mellow to not only discover who the murderer is, but to prove it as well. With the help of the ghost Rachel, Mellow sets out to solve the year old mystery. She soon finds out that she may have taken on more than she can handle.
"decent first book maybe?"
It's Christmas time and all Mel wants to do is spend it at home with her friends. But quiet isn't in the cards when she sees a woman get murdered during the Christmas Parade. But without a body, no one believes Mel and it's up to her to prove not only that a murder took place, but who the killer is. Can she solve the mystery in time for Christmas dinner?
In this fourth book in the Mellow Summers series, Mel finds herself on a new mystery with the ghosts of three little girls. While at the library investigating a ghost story for Tiny, a woman is murdered. As the investigation intensifies, Mel discovers that the victim was not so innocent after all. Embarking on one twist after another, Mel tries to find the murderer and help the three girls cross over.
Mel wakes up covered in blood and with a knife in her hand. She has no memory of what happened. Rachel gets word about it in the spirit world and decides to assist Mel. Now the prime suspect in a murder investigation, it is up to Mel's friends to prove her innocence.
In the distant future the United States has been split into two regions separated by a barren wasteland; this is the country of Dystopia. Here the individual is discouraged, freedom is an illusion, food is rationed, and everything you do is tracked by a chip implanted in your arm. This is Dana Ginary's world.
Poor Petey doesn't feel well. His nose is all stuffy and beginning to swell. His throat is sore, and he coughs all the more. He tries making tea and drinking orange juice but finds no relief. What will poor Petey do?
Following the tragic battle with Klanor, sorrow fills the crew aboard Solaris. Rynah locks herself in her quarters, refusing to speak with the others, but Solaris convinces her to put aside her grief and continue the mission Marlow had entrusted to her. During a meeting in the ship's galley, Rynah and the crew resolve to pursue the next crystal.
Six months have passed since Dana and Kenny parted. Forced to live as a wanderer, Dana discovers a crashed drone and learns of the chaos within Dystopia and what President Klens has planned for the resistance. Realizing that she must go back, Dana acquires the help of a 70-year-old man and an old friend. Upon her return, she finds that rebellion is in the air as the government continues to eliminate dissenters.
Petey has always wanted to explore the sea. So he puts on his snorkel and fins and dives right in. He swims amongst seaweed, fish, and crabs eating crepes, but what else will he discover on his underwater adventure?
Petey is looking for his shoe, but when he finds it, there is a spider inside!
Petey is afraid of the dark. Every time he closes his eyes, he sees monsters, ghouls, trolls, and ghosts. What if they try to eat him? What if they take over his kitchen? As Petey pulls the blanket over his head, he envisions a monster under his bed. Then, a crash sounds just outside his bedroom. What is poor Petey to do?
It's raining outside and Petey is bored. There is nothing to do. A noise escapes from his closet. What is it?
Petey always wanted to go to the moon. He would sit outside and wonder what it was like to be up there. Would he meet the man who resided there? What sort of people lived there?
Exiled from Dystopia, Dana is forced to wander in the barren wasteland until she chances upon a small settlement. There, she meets a man named Sampson who introduces her to a new way of life; one that involves independent achievement. Learning the value of living independently, for the first time Dana is able to decide her own fate and manages to create a new life for herself.