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Sunday, June 14, 2009

124) Angel's Advocate by Mary Stanton

When Brianna Winston-Beaufort, Bree for short, inherited her uncles law firm she didn't realise what she had really got herself into. Her clients are ghosts, her staff are angelic like and money is tight. So when her aunt sends her in the direction of a 'normal' case worth alot of money she isn't sure if she should take it or not.

That is until she sees a ghost needing her help and the ghost just happens to be the father of the girl she would be representing. The millionaire ghost is in the deepest part of hell so Bree has to move quickly if she is going to save him. However things are a little complicated as far as the case is concerned and Bree finds herself mixed in a whopper of an investigation.

This second book in the Beaufort & Company mystery series was as nice as the first. Cozy with a paranormal outline this is definitely something for readers who would like to try something a little bit more supernatural but don't want to take the full jump to vampires.

The plot, characters and writing style are unique and fresh. The mystery itself keeps the reader guessing to the very end and the Savannah location makes the series even more special and interesting. I hope there will be alot more books in this series and look forward to catching up with Bree again in the future.


Caffey said...

This sounds so neat! The clients are ghosts! I don't read much mystery except the historical and staring to with some of the paranormal themes (I'm otherwise mostly reading anything with romance, urban fantasy and some fantasy reads). I do love the cover, and the feel! I always love Gothics so that's what it gave me a feel of reading this blurb and seeing the cover

Vickie said...

I love this series! I can't wait to read this one.