Three Little Ghosts (The Mellow Summers #4)
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Three Little Ghosts (The Mellow Summers #4)

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In this fourth book in the Mellow Summers Series Mel finds herself on a new mystery with the ghosts of three little girls.

While at the library investigating a ghost story for Tiny, a woman is murdered. As the investigation intensifies, Mel discovers that the victim was not so innocent after all. Embarking on one twist after another, Mel tries to find the murderer and help...more
Paperback, first, 162 pages
Published by Createspace (first published September 12th 2012)
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Review of Three Little Ghosts (Mellow Summers #4) by Janet McNulty
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The ebook copy has been provided to me by the author in return for my fair and impartial review.

Even though this is the fourth in a series, enough backdrop is subtly woven in that the reader can come to it fresh, as I did (though I do intend to go pick up the first three in the series). Feisty Mellow Summers is a college co-ed in Vermont, rooming with her wealthy but unassuming friend...more
Angie ~aka Reading Machine~
Book exchange for review~Per Goodreads rule

Mellow Summers is a college student that just happens to be able to see ghosts. She has solved three crimes using her unique talent. So when Tiny comes to Mel about seeing ghosts at the local library she's intriqued. Mel and Jackie go to the library only to be caught up in another murder investigation. Alison Warkin is murdered yet no one knows why. Mel tries to help out the ghosts which happen to be three little girls named Alana, Freya, and Sarah. The...more
Suneeta Misra
This is a light frothy book for those who like the paranormal chick lit genre. The main protagonist is a “ghost magnet” and “crime junkie” who goes around talking to ghosts and giving of her detective skills all the while sailing through her college classes with not much anxiety.
The book sets a breakneck pace as Mellow Summers along with her friend Jackie, and boyfriend Greg, floats through her cases with ease and simplicity without breaking into a sweat. More detailed characterization, which i...more
Melissa ownsbey
another great and fast fun nread from a great writer loved it
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Aug 08, 2012 Janet McNulty rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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