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Publisher's Summary

Murder and mystery on the Jersey Shore from the national best-selling author of Inspector Specter....

Never meet your heroes - especially when they're dead....

Guesthouse owner, single mother, and reluctant ghost whisperer Alison Kerby is about to sit down to movie night with her family and friends when she's struck speechless. Floating before her is the ghost of her musical idol, 1960s English rock star Vance McTiernan. He's in desperate need of help from Alison and her resident ghostly gumshoe, Paul Harrison.

Reports claim that four months ago, Vance's daughter died from a drug overdose. Vance, however, thinks she was murdered. While Alison agrees to help, Paul is suspicious of Vance's motives. But after the body of the alleged killer is found in the movie room, Alison and Paul must act quickly before someone else finds a stairway to heaven....

©2015 Jeffrey Cohen (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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  • Mead P.
  • Fairfield, CT USA
  • 02-25-16

Love this series!

I've listened to all these books and they are just fun! I wish I could find more just like it. And the narrator, Amanda Ronconi, is fantastic. I actually found this series by searching for books she narrated. Can't wait for the next one! You'll love it if you try it.

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 03-12-16

Love This Series

This is one of my favorite series. It's fun and imaginative with lots of twists and turns. The characters and plot are well developed and humorous. I look forward to reading the next book.

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Awesome listen

Where does Ghost in the Wind rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It ranks as one of my favorites

What was one of the most memorable moments of Ghost in the Wind?

I liked when all the ghost got together with John Lennon

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

I couldn't think of one, but a series of movies would be awesome

Any additional comments?

I just love this series, and always looking forward to the next one to come out, and I love Amanda Ronconi's performance.

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  • KBD
  • KCMO
  • 03-04-16

Love this series

I love the story. I love the narrator. *happy clap** Grabbing the next one asap.

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Fun series

I love this series. The characters are fun and this one has a scene with musicians that is unreal. To have really been a part of that scene would have been awesome.

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Great ghost story.

This is a great ghost story to listen to when my kids are in the car. it's not too scary yet still has ghosts

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Love this series.

This is such a cute series. It has everything needed to catch and keep your interest. The characters are wonderful and Amanda Ronconi is fabulous as always!! It's funny, sarcastic, intriguing, and just an all around good storyline. I look forward to the next book!!

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Ghost in the Wind, (Book 7)

I gave this four stars because at times it became monotonous. However, it did give me food for thought. Allison meets her hero Vance McTiernan, who is very dead (naturally,) and quickly becomes disillusioned with him because he's not the person she has put on a pedestal all these years. Made me think about who is my hero and would I like to meet have him or her. I don't think so. We're all human and I don't think I'd like to be disappointed, after all, we need something to dream about...

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  • Carmela
  • Walterboro, SC, USA
  • 09-28-17

Have to love it!

this series is getting better and better. what i like most is the humor which is prevalent throughout the book. the narrator does a wonderful job putting it across.

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love this series

What did you love best about Ghost in the Wind?

everything about it from start to finish

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

not on the edge of my seat but completely entertained.

Which character – as performed by Amanda Ronconi – was your favorite?

I liked all of them equally. Amanda Ronconi makes this series. I can't imagine any one else doing as good a job with the characters.

Any additional comments?

starting the last book in the series now. I will be very sad to have it end. I hope there will be additional books coming soon.

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  • Clh77
  • 03-17-16

If you can get past the terrible English accent...

...it's a good story :)

it's a light hearted quirky series and this book is just as good as the others.

The characters are likeable.

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  • Teddy
  • 03-11-16

Good story, dire accents

Would you listen to Ghost in the Wind again? Why?

I probably wouldn't listen to this one again. I'd read it, because the story is fine, but the awful attempts at English accents by the narrator made me cringe. They not only sound nothing like the accents stated in the text but several of them rove the various regions of the British Isles without settling on any of them... dreadful.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Alison - main protagonist all the way.

How could the performance have been better?

Not attempting the English accents would have been preferable to mangling them. It's a shame because, on the whole Amanda Ronconi is a very good narrator.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Nope

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  • Jenni
  • 03-06-16

Brilliant

Brilliant series of books. Love them. Cannot wait for the next. So much fun too.

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  • colleyn
  • 03-04-16

An Enjoyable Listen.

Enjoyed the whole story. The biggest flaw was the terrible English accent, which was one of the worst I have heard.

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  • Mike T.
  • 03-21-18

Music, murder and red herrings.

Ghostly (dead) music idols and murder in an enjoyable cozy mystery novel. The trademark wry humor and tons of red herrings, without getting too confusing, makes for a literary equivalent of Easy Listening.

OK, Ronconi's English accents are bad, but otherwise she does such a great job that I still enjoyed her narration.

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  • Sharon
  • 11-12-17

The English accents are terrible !

Gentle continuation of the story of Alison Kirby and her resident ghosts. This one has some ‘English’ accents and although I usually like the narrator I wasn’t keen on these. I’ve marked the performance down for this but it hasn’t put me off the rest of the series

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  • Zylpha E Reynolds-Wright
  • 07-03-17

Sorry Amanda

I really enjoy these books - however I'm getting fed up of the constant bitchiness against the female ghost and , sorry the narrator Amanda cant do any English or Irish accents - it spoilt the story.

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  • Mrs. K. I. Richards
  • 08-05-16

very good series.

Any additional comments?

I have enjoyed all the books in this series.
in this story Alison is asked by vance to find out who killed his daughter.
all these stories have been well written by e.j.cooperman and performed by Amanda ronconi.
recommend the series.

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  • WmL
  • 05-04-16

The series of books are good easy listening

I enjoy this series of books, the stories are easy to listen to, amusing and not too taxing. This particular book has the usual story of ghost finding/investigation, but oh dear, the narrator is normally fine using her own accent. This time she is trying to do an accent and goodness knows where it originates. At the start it sounds like very bad Scottish or Irish, then it shifts into possible Welsh. I think it should be Liverpool, but the whole story would have been more enjoyable if just left as the narrator speaking in her own accent. Americans are as bad at English accents and the English are at American ones. Someone should have listened before it was put out. That said the story is a good one.