Seeing is Believing
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Seeing is Believing

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Scott Cunningham has a ghost problem, a problem that requires a specialized touch. Enter Zacharias, Leo, and Andy—professionals, if you will—in solving said problems. But solutions don't always come easy, and if Zacharias and his crew can't get the job done, someone innocent might get hurt.

Reprint: This short story was originally published in the Dreamspinner Press antholo...more
ebook, 33 pages
Published January 2010 by Dreamspinner Press

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Serena Yates
This story was great. It's really hard to write a review for it without giving anything away - so all I will do is recommend you read it yourself.

One of the most unusual ghost stories I've read (admittedly, I haven't read that many) and not in the least scary. It's written in the first person and quite funny too. I'm still smiling and probably will for a while.
This was a very clever ghost story!! Took me a while to figure out what was really going on.
I have read most of Abi's novels although I own them all. I never knew this one existed and it was rather hard to find. Think I found it on the publisher's website. Her novels have a tendency to have a twist or turn in them and I was curious what was going to happen. I just had wait it out. I wasn't disappointed. It was a nice little story that put a smile on my face.
Cassie Richards
Scott has a ghost problem and Zach has arrived to help him out, along with his business partners Leo and Andy. Each of them has a special talent that helps them get to the bottom of the problem.

This was a short ghost story with a nice little twist that revealed itself about half way though.

There's no sex and not a whole lot of romance apart from a mutual attraction between two of the characters. It's got a good plot despite being short and I really enjoyed reading it.
Mandy*reads obsessively*
Short ghost story!
It's told totally from Zach's perspective and it's cute and has a very interesting twist!
Nov 01, 2012 Aija rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: own
Even if I saw the big twist coming, loved all the little ones! This was fun. ^^
A fun, short ghost story. I want more like this!!
An nice quick read with a twist.
love this twist on a ghost story!
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