The ever-popular Mary Stanton always impresses in this series featuring a haunted law firm in Savannah, Georgia. Life has been challenging since Bree started taking cases for the dead. Paying the bills has been especially tough. But when she agrees to defend a teen thief whose father recently died, she’ll find that earning extra cash is the least of her worries.
The first in a new series of paranormal mysteries from fan-favorite Mary Stanton, Defending Angels introduces young lawyer Brianna Winston-Beaufort. After taking over her uncle's law practice in the much-haunted city of Savannah, Georgia, Bree is itching for her first case. That is, until she gets an otherworldly phone call from Benjamin Skinner, a local businessman who's just been murdered.
"Iliked it, and I am not a 12 year old girl!"
Mary Stanton’s popular Beaufort & Company mysteries about a haunted law firm in Savannah, Georgia, have won her a loyal fan base. Bree Winston-Beaufort is happy for a break from her job as an advocate for the otherworldly when she finally gets a living, breathing client. But aging actress Justine Coville didn’t walk into Beaufort & Company just to change her will. Soon Bree’s investigating the set of Justine’s latest film for clues regarding an infamous 1950s murder.
"What a great follow up!"
Acclaimed author Mary Stanton is highly regarded for both her fantasy and her mystery novels. In Avenging Angels, Bree takes the late banker O’Rourke—who was rumored to have committed suicide—as a client. But as Bree and her team of angels investigate, evidence mounts that O’Rourke was actually murdered. And soon, Bree realizes someone wants her to join her client on the other side.