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A new case with a surprising client.

Jack knew the critter living in his shop, affectionately referred to as Fuzzface, wasn't a rat. But what exactly was he? It wasn't surprising Jack was in the dark, since the creature had never let himself be seen. Small, clean, and with a preference for canned crab, Fuzzface had become an invisible but comforting presence in the shop.

Imagine Jack's surprise when he learns Fuzzface isn't an unobtrusive shop pet, but his newest client.

©2015 Catherine G Cobb (P)2017 Catherine G Cobb

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Ghostly dragons!

SPI is at it again! Hired by the rat “fuzzbutt” who resides in the shop Jack and Maren are in for a very weird ride with a baddie hiding in an attic. Enjoyed the narrator and really come to see him as the voice of Jack. A good read/listen for most readers who enjoy mystery, some language may make unsuitable for younger readers.

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What's in the attic?

If you could sum up Spirelli Paranormal Investigations: Episode 4 in three words, what would they be?

sweet, emotional, supernatural

What did you like best about this story?

Loved Fuzzface. Also liked the dragon story.

Did Roberto Scarlato do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

not really

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

A dragon longs to be at peace. Can Jack help?