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5.0 out of 5 starsThe Paupers' Crypt. (Book 5) Moving In Series
Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2016
Brian has a bad heart and has worked as ghost buster for many years. Yes...A GHOST BUSTER ! But his wife Jenny has convinced him to take a quieter type of employment..so Brian is now working as a caretaker at a local cemetery. Nothing can be quieter, right? But what they haven't counted on is that an EVIL PREACHER IS TRAPPED IN DEATH, IN ONE OF THE CRYPTS. This SUPERNATURAL HORROR OF A MYSTERY IS A SERIES YOU ARE GOING TO LOVE. They are st a nd alone stories, but to really enjoy I RECOMMEND you read them all.They will keep you up nights..they are that good. I RECOMMEND
I enjoyed this book, but it does not seem to end unless you buy the next installment. Okay, I can understand the logic behind this, but it is deceiving to get readers to like your books, but you have to buy the next book to find out how the end turns out! I will get the next book, but if it leaves me hanging like this one, I will not get anymore.
I so wanted to keep reading about Jacob even though I know the end of his story. While war is a horrible, horrible thing, it apparently helps with dealing with the dead. Especially the malicious dead. And that faulty ticker just keeps going. Not to sure how long the body and heart can keep working together, though. Just as riveting as the others. Thank you
5.0 out of 5 starsI quite enjoy this series so far
Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2016
I quite enjoy this series so far. Each book has a nice build that makes them hard to put down. I have come attached to the characters even shedding tears at some of their passing. Thank you Mr Ripley for both the Moving in series and Mr Sherman's library. Please keep them coming.
5.0 out of 5 starsI enjoyed this novel and I'm looking forward to future ones ...
Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2017
Once again Ron Ripley has written an enjoyable storyline that leads us through the idea of a ghost and human world interacting with frightening consequences. I enjoyed this novel and I'm looking forward to future ones in this series.