Thursday, August 10

Don of the Dead by Casey Daniels

Review by Dawn Dowdle 

I LOVED this book!  Paranormal isn't normally my thing, but this cozy is great! 

Pepper Martin is the tour guide at a local cemetery.  There are some notorious people buried there, including Augustino "Gus" Scarpetti, a Mob don that was killed thirty years ago. 

One day Gus appears to Pepper.  At first she doesn't want to believe it, but he convinces her it is really him.  He needs her to solve his murder as he's stuck in limbo. 

Pepper soon finds herself in many sticky situations, one of the biggest being she's talking to someone no one else can see, and often finds herself in danger.  Can she solve his murder without putting herself in the cemetery?  Can she find the truth even though Gus seems to be hiding some facts from her? 

Even though I don't believe in ghosts, this was so well written, I couldn't wait to read the ending to find out who did it and why. There were lots of great twists and turns in the plot.  Pepper is such a likeable character, too. 

I can't wait to read another book in this series.  Hope the author writes fast!  I highly recommend this book!


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