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A photo shoot in a graveyard ends in a grave shooting....

Cookie Chanel - owner of the chic clothing store It's Vintage Y'All in Sugar Creek, Georgia - has been hired to dress models for a fashion shoot. The spread will be featured in Fashion and Style magazine's October issue - so the models are posing in a cemetery. As someone who can see and talk to ghosts, Cookie's not spooked by the location. But she is surprised when a new ghost appears, decked out in 1920s couture. And she's shocked when she hears a gunshot. Then a model runs toward her, saying the grumpy photographer has been edited out of the picture...for good. 

With help from her ghostly pals, Cookie must zoom in on the truth before she's the next to strike a final pose....

©2019 Rose Pressey (P)2019 Tantor

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So disappointed

I would give this book more stars were it not for the narration. The prior narrator I felt really nailed the various characters and the southern accents was done really well. With this narrator at times it was hard to identify which character was speaking. The southern accents were too heavy and sounded like they had just come out of hills or something. I loved the story itself but it really was hard to get into because of the narration.