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Ellen, Sue, and Tanya travel to Portland, Oregon where a local billionaire has promised to give them his current renovation project - a historical carriage house in the downtown area - if they can find his missing brother. As they dig deeper into a local legend, they soon fear that cause of the brother's disappearance is more sinister and more powerful than ghosts.

©2019 Eva Pohler (P)2019 Eva Pohler

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Great read

This series has most of the elements I enjoy most - mature female protagonists, realistic and plentiful dialog, an issue to be solved and paranormal through an investigative lens.

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Enjoyable

I listened to the audio version. The narrator did an amazing job as always. She is so great at the different voices for each character.

The story line itself did not disappoint either! Miss Pohler has a knack for drawing me in right away with a new mystery. I don't know how close to true the history aspect of her stories are but I feel they are pretty accurate! Super believable.

Nicely done, I can't wait to get my hands on The Haunting of Hoover Dam.

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Love this series!

I absolutely adore this series! The author and narrator are so talented that I find it completely surreal that these characters aren't real people. I've truly bonded with these fictional middle-aged women. Their adventures are conceived and written so well that they're completely believable. If I didn't already believe in ghosts and mediums then I would after listening to this series. And the twist with Ellen now finding herself in an even scarier adventure with her heart...well I didn't see that coming at all and stood rooted to the floor in complete shock when the book started. And OMG Sue! She's seriously a hoot and totally my spirit guide or something! I truly love this series.

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Another awesome paranormal adventure...

Each story in this series has, so far, been a literary treat featuring three wonderful, unique, extremely likeable women who are best friends working as a team of paranormal investigators specializing in exposing and, if possible, rectifying past injustices which tether disgruntled spirits to this mortal plane. Along the way, they have been very successful in renovating haunted buildings and transforming them into lucrative real estate holdings which benefit the communities in which they are found all while helping the unfortunate spirits move on. In this book our three intrepid ladies, Ellen, Sue, and Tanya, travel to Portland at the request of a wealthy businessman whose brother has gone missing. The police have not been able to shed any light on the case and, in desperation, the businessman hires the ladies to utilize their special investigative talents to uncover what happened to his brother and, if possible, rescue him. The story moves along at a brisk pace as the ladies follow various clues to try and find their client’s brother. As usual for one of Ms. Pohler’s stories, fact and fiction are masterfully blended together to produce an engaging mystery that is sure to keep the reader’s attention to the very last sentence. The Shanghai tunnels of Portland are woven into the plot of this captivating story lending a credible authenticity to the human trafficking suspicions our ladies must explore to solve their case. I highly recommend this entire series.

For those who prefer the audiobook format, I cannot say enough good things about the outstanding performance of the narrator, Debbie Andreen. She has a pleasant voice that is very easy to listen to, she utilizes appropriate pace and tone, and she gives each character a distinctive voice.

I was given an audio copy of this book by the author and I am voluntarily offering this honest and unbiased review.

If you find this review helpful, I thank you for so indicating.

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Wow this book was amazing!

This book was shocking from the first five minutes! I loved this story and all of the new and old characters. I can't wait for the next one! The romance was one of the best parts!

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Portland and tunnels!!

Wow! I think this has been my favorite story so far. These ladies have knack for solving mysteries and giving closure to loved ones. I was saddened by some of the events in the beginning and towards the end that took place but I’m so very happy for everyone. Looking forward to next installment.

Audio: I thought the narrator did a fabulous job narrating this book. To me she elevated the story to another level.

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  • 10-30-19

Makes you want to look around for trap doors

Really enjoyed this story in the tunnels and its hauntings and the real life circumstances three older ladies get caught up in.

Narration is a pleasure to listen to.

Wish the story was longer.