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*USA Today best-selling series!* 

Southern girl Verity Long is about as high society as her pet skunk. Which is why she’s surprised as anyone when the new head of the Sugarland social set invites her to join the "it" girls. But this is no social call. Verity’s new client needs her to go in undercover and investigate strange happenings at the group’s historic headquarters. 

But while spirits are whispering hints of murder, the socialites are more focused on Verity’s 1978, avocado-green Cadillac. And when Verity stumbles upon a fresh body, she's going to need the long-dead citizens of Sugarland to help her solve the crime. Good thing she has the handsome deputy sheriff Ellis Wydell on hand, as well as her ghostly sidekick Frankie. The bad thing is, the ghosts are now whispering about the end of a certain ghost hunter.

©2017 Angie Fox (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Verity is dumb

She really really REALLY needs to use her brain ..she survived because she got lucky 😒😒😒 and because she has Ellis ..seriously? She almost died because she couldn’t connect the dots? Good lord I could barely get through the book without wanting to reach in and choke her ..her comebacks suck ...she can’t spar with Virginia ..their chats are so boring

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Really Good but series starting to wear on me

I really loved the case in this book. Verity is forced to finally start interacting with the living folks of Sugarland after being ostracized by Virginia Wydell. I like how some of the citizens actually like Verity and supported her. She needs to involved in Sugarland activities again. The case brings Verity back into Virginia’s social orbit and not with the best results. This part of the book bothered me a little but it was good to see Verity and Virginia get into a verbal spat.

The author found a great way to get Verity hired for this job and it was good see that Verity was actually hired to do a ghost job. I do like how the author is showing a lot of different ways for Verity to not only take on cases but also interact with ghosts. The case is very obvious and show is the secret of the society house. It is so obvious it made Verity and most of the residents of Sugarland look like idiots for not being able to see what was going on.

There are a few reasons why I won’t give another book in this series more than 3 stars. First up is Frankie’s lack of respect for Verity – it gets worse and worse in every book and then again Verity freaks out about Frankie actions which is weird considering he is a gangster and she can’t see any of it unless he lets her. Two is the author really needs to figure out a way to solve Verity’s money problems – either let her become a paid ghost hunter or give the girl a part-time job at least – her lack of food and other comforts could easily be solved. Third is that Verity is such a good girl that is starting to border on her being a total “door mat”. She defends herself but only after being backed into a corner with no other choice. The rest of time she claims she is being a “good Southern girl” – well no one else in the book is so why should Verity at least get a little bit of a backbone.

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love this series!

I enjoy this series very much. it is easy to listen to and the stories are entertaining.

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Fantastic!!!

This one is so full of suspense and humor you just have to love this series. Verity is such a wonderful character and Franky is just an absolute pain but you can't get enough. My favorite!!

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  • Deborah
  • Richardson, TX, United States
  • 06-04-18

Loved it!

As always, another great mystery. Angie Fox and Tavia Gilbert are awesome together. Angie is a great writer and Tavia is the best narrator I've ever heard. Please keep them coming. Thank you... again.

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love this series

this has become my favorite series just a shame it took so long for the auto verison to be released