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Amazon's number-one best-selling vampire detective is back!

In Midnight Moon, private investigator Samantha Moon returns in an all-new adventure when she's hired to look into a haunting. A female house ghost is wreaking havoc on the life of her new client - except this isn't a normal house ghost, and her new client, Charlie Reed, isn't what he seems either. There's something strange going on in Charlie's house, something truly not of this world.

Meanwhile, Sam's teen daughter, Tammy, is coming into her own as a mind reader - abilities that attract the devil himself. And with evil incarnate having set his sights squarely on her children, Sam enlists Allison, her psychic witch friend, to go with her where she's never gone before: a surreal pursuit between worlds.

©2017 J. R. Rain (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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Completely unexpected! But omg this is my favorite one! Except for the ending made me a little sad :(

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 05-20-17

Disappointing

This will be the last book in this series I read. In each book Samantha and her children become more powerful and Samantha over analyzes everything. This book was boring and I had to force myself to finish it. Dina Pearlman doesn't help. She over dramatizes the characters and makes them sound like idiots.