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Genteel Spirits

Narrated by: Denice Stradling
Series: Daisy Gumm Majesty, Book 5
Length: 9 hrs and 18 mins
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Genteel Spirits is a wonderful change-of-pace book, thoroughly enjoyable with great writing that is good for the heart and soul!

Daisy Gumm Majesty is back and she's up to her ears again. Not only does she have to deal with her husband Billy's declining health and her dog Spike's obedience training, but she's been hired by Lola de la Monica, a fabulously spoiled silent-screen beauty, to be her spiritual advisor on the set of her next picture.

As if this wasn't already enough, a friend asks her to find out who's been sending him poison-pen letters. Her problems only multiply when Sam Rotondo, Billy's best friend and Daisy's worst nightmare, is stationed on the same picture set as she!

©2012 Alice Duncan (P)2016 Alice Duncan

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H urray for Hollywood

Daisy gets an assignment with the movie industry. And oh what an assignment. Poison pen letters, secret lifestyles, and spoiled starlets. Oh my! Luckily for Daisy, she has the spirits on her side. Another wonderful book in the Daisy Gumm Majesty series.

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Great read! I love Daisy Majesty.

Denice Stradling gives Daisy the perfect voice as she narrates this latest adventure. Someone is writing threatening letters to the stars of movie being made in Pasadena. Can Daisy stop the letters before she herself is driven to mayhem by the self-centered, demanding leading lady?