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The first Sag Harbor Antiquarian Book and Ephemera Fair is right around the corner, and interior designer Meg Barrett has her hands full decorating rooms at the Bibliophile Bed & Breakfast for wealthy rare book collector Franklin Hollingsworth. Rumor has it Hollingsworth is in possession of an unpublished manuscript written by F. Scott Fitzgerald. When the Fitzgerald manuscript's authenticator is found dead at the bottom of a cliff, Meg suspects a killer is on the loose.

Rare books start disappearing from the B & B and Meg sees a connection between the stolen books and the deceased authenticator. With the fair looming, she finds herself caught up in catching a killer and thief before another victim is booked for death.

©2017 Kathleen Bridge (P)2017 Tantor

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"Ghostal Living is a marvelously entertaining tale of revenge, murder, quirky characters - and disappearing books!" (Kate Carlisle, New York Times best-selling author)

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 08-08-17

Disappointed

I'm a bit disappointed in this book. The story moves slow and there is too much unnecessary detail about the town, the people in the town, the rooms in the B&B and food. I also feel that Meg is careless with her hearing aid. Every time she takes it off, she would find herself in a position in which it would be helpful. After the first time it happened, she should learn her lesson. But it keeps happening in the story which is just annoying. The plot of the mystery is actually good, but, the story is weighed down by unnecessary filler.