Juliet Blackwell never ceases to amaze me with her imaginative
mysteries, full of complex-characters, and well- played situations.
With wit and wonderment cloaking whodunit and why, "Home
for the Haunting" is a must-read for anyone who enjoys
a good spook fest.
Mel Turner is a contractor who lives in eccentric San Francisco.
Currently she's in charge of a volunteer home renovation project.
There is an allegedly haunted house right next door, and all
too soon, a murder victim is found. Mel's on the case and
becomes the unofficial ghost consultant for the police. Will
she be able to connect with any ghosts to find out just what
is really going on at the Murder House? On the other hand,
could she become the next victim, of a human killer or a ghostly
scary and spooky and at other times seemingly a normal murder
mystery, Home for the Haunting will keep you on the
edge of your seat. I know I kept turning page after page,
often holding my breath while I wait to see what happened
go wrong with a Juliet Blackwell mystery. The Haunted Home
Renovation Mystery series is classic in my book, and I keep
them proudly displayed on a bookshelf in my bedroom. After
all, if I can't sleep, what could be better than a paranormal