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Case #2: The Haunting of Reginald Bonner (Ghost Diaries #2)

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Ghost Diaries is a series of episodic short stories. This is Case #2 The Haunting of Reginald Bonner.

Could someone experience a haunting and remain completely unaware? In the case of Reginald Bonner, investigator Taija Ford believes she's uncovered evidence revealing just such an event.

Sometimes people don't realize what they have until it's too late, and if they refuse to
Kindle Edition, 27 pages
Published January 12th 2013 by Amazon Digital Services
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May 06, 2013 Jessica rated it really liked it

Taija Ford is from a long line of paranormal investigators. She has started her own investigation into some old diaries and letters she found in her fathers attic, hidden away in some old hatboxes. Ghost Diaries Case #2 The Haunting of Reginald Bonner, is her 2nd investigation into her fathers mysterious pastime. Taija is going to find out for herself if there is life after death.

Willow Cross is an amazing author , Ghost Diaries Case #2 The Haunting of Reginald Bonner, proves that point. I would
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Jan 30, 2013 Jennifer Davis rated it it was amazing
I was given a e-copy in exchange for my honest review.

This book 2 in the Ghost Diaries Series. Taija Ford is continuing to look thru the research left behind by her grandfather and father. She runs across the journal that contains the case of The Haunting of Reginald Bonner. It seems as if after his wife's death, that strange things have started to taking place around the Bonner's home. Everyone has seemed to take notice, except for Reginald. Maybe he is unaware due to his emotional break down o
Sara Nelson
Mar 30, 2013 Sara Nelson rated it it was amazing
I was gifted this book off of Smashwords from the author for and honest review, so thank you.

Next in the hatbox is Taija's second case with a man named Reginald. I loved this story but hated it at the same time! This Reginald dude had my blood boiling.....At first I felt sorry for him and for the loss of his wife, but he had a son I thought he would have been alittle happy about that..But he kept getting worse and worse. The more I read the more I DID NOT feel so bad for him. Taija has her hands
Victoria Rapaglia
Jul 08, 2013 Victoria Rapaglia rated it it was amazing
As in case one you find more excellent writing from author Willow Cross who leads you to next case of spooky story. Reginald Bonner doesn't believe in the supernatural happenings but others see what he don't see. His mother is still looking after him from the afterlife. As Taija Ford has found in old files of her fathers it may be true. To find out pick up this short novella for your self and see what she finds. Willow Cross is amazing author that keeps you glued in your seat and asking for ...more
Feb 04, 2013 Theresa rated it it was amazing
When Reginald Bonner came into the world his mother died, but according to Faith, Annie (his mother) was watching over him. From everything that is happening she can`t figure out how he doesn`t see this! Mr. Bonner didn`t seem to want anything to do W/his son. So Mr. Bonner employed Faith to care for Reginald. Faith & Annie had always gotten along whereas Mr. Bonner & Faith didn`t! When Mr. Bonner goes into the city he meets Felicity, whom he soon marries. When Faith dreams of the Bonner ...more
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WOW..... I am speachless. This is an amazing story that gripped me from beginning to end and I am now hooked forever to this magnificent bunch of short stories. This is a MUST read that will tantilize your taste buds to read more of this awesome author!! Thank you, Willow Cross for another look into the mind of a literary great!!!
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Feb 04, 2013 Christine bonner rated it it was amazing
Taija Ford is still going thought her fathers stuff and find this case about Reginald Bonner
Annie Bonner dies in child birth and he is left with the baby
the baby feel and sees it mum around it but Reginald can not care for the baby and get someone else to look after the baby, this person all so sees Annie
it a great book and makes you wonder about ghost
Jennifer Treviño
The best new scare in town!!
I can't get enough!! These cases just keep getting better & better making me more antsy for the next! Reginald is sure to get under your skin as he did mine, but this story brings karma to a whole level. =D I'm anxiously awaiting Case #3.
Jun 17, 2013 Sherry rated it it was amazing
Was a very good short story. Willow never ceases to amaze. Reginald gets under your skin and reminds us that what goes around usually comes around.
Claire Taylor
Jul 19, 2013 Claire Taylor rated it it was amazing
Willow Cross
The Haunting of Reginald Bonner
Ghost Diaries, Case #2

I’m still not one to read ghost stories, but this author is slowly changing that. I thoroughly enjoyed the story and was even questioning parts of the story and characters towards the end, adding parts in my head to the investigation. It’s not spooky scary, and I love the style of this book, it’s just so easy to read.

Dec 21, 2013 Aurora rated it it was amazing
All of the Willow Cross stories I have read have had in common their being somewhat short, but very well written. The characters are better established in a few pages than much longer books often manage to do and her form of storytelling is always engrossing. Looking forward to reading more =)
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Fun read

This is a diary entry about paranormal experiences from 2 different people in 1901-1902. Its very interesting. A fun ghost story.
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Willow Cross resides in Arkansas with her husband, two children still young enough to live at home, an enormous cat named Bitsy, and a scaredy-cat dog named Tank. Her home has been known to host the occasional ghost, and a few of her friends profess to be witches. Although she dearly loves Vampires and Werewolves, they are never invited for dinner.
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