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Becky Tibbs has decided to take a vacation. 

For the first time in six years.

For the first time since she became a medium with the vocation of helping ghosts with their unfinished business, whatever it may be.
And, for the first time since taking over the ownership of her late parents' antique store in the River Arts District. 

Becky Tibbs is closing the store and taking a much-needed and well-deserved break that has nothing to do with ghosts and everything to do with being in love. 

This is the sixth book in the Becky Tibbs cozy mystery series. At Patrick's insistence, the two of them are going on a camping trip in Pisgah National Forest with Bobby and Hillary. There will be bathing in the river, cooking over campfires, sleeping in tents, and hiking the trails. Neither Patrick nor Becky has considered that ghosts can find her anywhere. 

If you're wondering what kind of ghost trouble Becky can get into, you won't be disappointed. Find out now! The author recommends that you listen to the books in this series in order. 

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A Great Listen

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request, and have voluntarily left this review. Life is never dull for Becky Tibbs. When Becky decides to go on holidays with her boyfriend, her brother and her best friend, it's not quite as relaxing as she thinks it will be. As a Medium she's used to ghost tracking her down, but she was on holidays and hoping she'd get a break. But she didn't get her wish. Between ghosts and dreams, her little group gets kicked out the campground. A first for her well mannered police officer boyfriend. A very enjoyable series, the characters are unique, adding to the suspense filled plot in this action filled, and at times humourous tale.

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A Medium’s 4th of July

Becky Tibbs taking a vacation was a treat. She is usually all about working and helping ghosts in her hometown, so it was nice to see her with her boyfriend, brother, and best friend taking a break. I enjoyed this one.
Kim Rossi is a very good narrator.
I was given this free review copy audiobook (via the author) at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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suspenseful, wonderful, addictive!

The narrator does a beautiful, beautiful job! She truly makes the characters come to life. She does great with her accent, male and female voices. You almost forget that you are reading a book. you will definitely be looking for other books that this near raider does.

as much as I would like to tell you to read this book immediately, I can’t do that. You need to start with the first book in the series. This book will mean so much more, will be so much more enjoyable, if you start from the beginning of the series. in the early stages of this book, there are certain details that are revealed. However, if you start from the beginning of the series, you get to experience the details firsthand. Becky, Barbara, and Bobby, the three siblings, are desperately trying to continue living their lives as mediums. in the beginning of this book, they are on vacation with their significant others. again, you definitely need to start from the beginning of the series. There is a major event that occurs in this book. The Life changing event will definitely make more sense when you read the previous book. It will not have as strong of an affect, if you just read this book by itself. The end of the book will leave your mouth hanging open! A true cliffhanger! You will immediately be grabbing the next book in the series. The author has left you definitely wanting more!

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On A Camping Trip

Chariss K Walker continues to entertain me with her series about Becky and her family, who are mediums that can interact with ghosts. In this sixth book, Becky, her boyfriend Patrick, her brother Bobby, and her best friend Hillary all decide to go camping in the Pisgah National Forest over the 4th of July holiday. This book has some suspense, a little mystery, and a few laugh out loud moments as Becky's vacation doesn't go exactly as planned. I recommend this series to others who enjoy this genre. Kim Rossi's narration is great as she provides different voices for the characters and her voice is very expressive. I was given a free copy of the audiobook and I have voluntarily left this review.

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mean ghosts

I was not expecting this to be so heavy. I thought it would be lighthearted and fun. The ghosts were mean and with I'll intentions. I wasn't happy with the cliffhanger ending. Who does that in ghost stories??? Wth?!!!! I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator did a great job with voices and expressions.

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Celebrate with a good book

I really enjoyed this book. I like the fact that the book is made up by lots of different mini stories all centred around the Tibbs family as they help a number of ghosts move on. The unusual ness of the book is what has captivated me with this series, the whole helping ghosts. The characters are like able and have certainly grown from the first book were Bobby was reluctant to embrace his gift and Becky was hesitant and shy, they have really come into there own and made it an enjoyable listen. Don't worry if this is your first adventure into the series because the author nicely fills you in with background information but not to much that it you regularly listen that you get bored. The book sets it up to continue on to the next book with a sort of cliff hanger and I for one will be turning in to find out what happens next.
For the first time in six years Becky is concentrating on herself and her relationship. With the 4th July celebrations coming up and business in the antique shop slowing down it is the perfect time to take a holiday trip with her detective boyfriend, brother and best friend. She leaves the planning up to him and only know they are going camping to relax and enjoy good company. The
problem is when you are a medium ghosts can find you anywhere and they still need your help. Can Becky and Bobby help the ghosts move on even if some of the ghosts have a strange way of asking for help and just what sort of mess are they going to return home to?
I liked the narrator. For this book the author has decided to change narrator's (after five books) and normally I struggle getting my head around the characters sounding different but to be honest that wasn't the case with this book and the change was smooth. In fact I think I actually prefer this one.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.