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Everything is right on track for Danielle as she prepares for the grand opening of her bed and breakfast. All that changes when her cousin, Cheryl, shows up to claim her share of the inheritance - housemate Lily figures out there is a ghost in the house - and the million-dollar necklace goes missing. There is blood on someone's hands, and if Danielle isn't careful, she'll be moving from Marlow House to the Big House.

©2014 Bobbi Holmes (P)2017 Tantor

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Robber, Murder, Ghost, Danielle accused!

The Ghost Who Loved Diamonds
Haunting Danielle Series, Book 2
By: Bobbi Holmes, Anna J. McIntyre
Narrated by: Romy Nordlinger
This is another great little cozy haunted house story. Danielle's annoying cousin comes to town, only because she wants money. She wants the famous necklace that Danielle found. There is a robbery, a murder, and then now Danielle is accused! A real good read/listen.
The narrator does it again but keeping this book fun and going strong.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Another Hit!

This book was a winner! I did not like the cousin, but she warmed my heart in the end.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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A New Fun Character

The first half of this audiobook is fun because of Cousin Cheryl, but the story becomes predictable after that. Narration is good.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Enjoyable

I enjoyed narration, story was good, figured out villian, will listen to more, like characters

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Very intertaining

Another entertaining story. I'm going right into the 3rd book to continue Danielle's next adventure.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Fun and easy listening

My Audible is with me through my chore, my drives and my walks. I generally enjoy a fun and easy book. This one hits all the right keys. The narrator is great and the stories are fun with a dash of excitement.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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I love this Series!

What did you love best about The Ghost Who Loved Diamonds?

I love the characters and the fact the story moves along at a good pace. I cant' wait for the next one!

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 04-01-17

Must Read Series

This is a great book. I read the Kindle version and I'm glad there is finally an audio version. I know I will enjoy it as well.

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Not as good as the first in series

I felt the plot was tedious, almost child like. I was expecting more from this author, hope the next book is up to the standards of the first one.

4 of 5 people found this review helpful

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  • Katherine
  • BROOKLYN, NY, United States
  • 04-09-17

dumbed-down and frustrating storyline

I like cozy mysteries. I expect a good story with well developed characters, some humor, some suspense; but overall a good MYSTERY! This is certainly NOT anywhere in "Agatha Christie" territory, yet I found the first book in this series to be enjoyable enough. A light-hearted "pseudo-mystery" with a bit of paranormal thrown in. This second entry in the series was just plain fluff. I mean if you are going to involve "legalese" i.e. lawyers and lawsuits and the way the law actually works - then the writer should do the research - otherwise leave it out. The story just got plain stupid and tedious (tons of repetitive filler dialog and retracing) with the way the characters were reacting to the situations. In this particular books there is an actual crime (multiple crimes) and a murder being investigated, and the author just made ALL characters into bumbling fools. The main character - Danielle - especially appeared to have lost all sense of what is proper/correct, etc. She just appears to be an absolute idiot throughout the book! I will not be purchasing book 3.

2 of 3 people found this review helpful