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An Apple A Day Keeps Murder Away

(Mellow Summers #3)

4.03  ·  Rating details ·  32 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Rachel is back. And so is trouble.

Mel wakes up covered in blood and with a knife in her hand. She has no memory of what happened. Rachel gets word about it in the spirit world and decides to help Mel out. Now the prime suspect in a murder investigation, it is up to Mel's friends to prove her innocence. But can a ghost get Mel off the hook and catch the real killer?
Paperback, first, 128 pages
Published May 4th 2012 by Createspace (first published May 3rd 2012)
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In this next installment in the Mellow Summers series, Mel wakes up in a creepy motel room, covered in blood, holding a bloody knife! Holy crap! What?! So naturally the cops think she killed someone, but with no concrete evidence (not even a freakin' body!) they have to let Mel go. So it's up to her (with the help other friends, and Rachel! She back!) to clear her name and find out who the heck did this to her.

This book was crazy good! I totally hooked me right fro
Ann Marshall
Aug 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Good 👍👍

Loved this one too. And funny funny!! Love Aunt Ethel! All the characters compliment each other. Thanks again for a good mystery and good read.
I received this book for review from the author for a honest review. This is the third book in the Mellow aka Mel Summer story. A college student studying to be a film make in her spare time she solves mysteries and works at the Candle Shoppe.

Mel is found in a hotel room with a knife and covered in blood not her own. She has no memory of the event leading up to being found prior to waking up in a hotel room. Thankfully she's got her friends to help her out, Tiny the lovable biker guy comes thro
Angie ~aka Reading Machine~
Mellow or Mel Summers wakes up to find the room she's in covered in blood and she's holding a knife in her hand. Mel is arrested and charged with a crime for which Mel has no memory of. She is releaseed to go home only to find that her Aunt Ethel Wimsy has arrived unexpectedly. Mel wonders how not to tell Aunt Ethel about being charged with murder and that Rachel's ghost is back. Aunt Ethel seems to not like anyone including Jackie, Greg, and Tiny. Mel only remembers bits and pieces of what happ ...more
Sherry Fundin
May 28, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: humor, mystery
Another great story in the Mellow series. When Mellow wakes up covered in blood and holding a knife in her hand, Rachel hears and responds. Mellow can't remember anything that happened so it's up to her, Rachel and her friends to find the answers. Rachel, a ghost, can go where the others can't and will stop at nothing to help her friend.

I love this series. You can't go wrong getting involved with Mellow and her friends. Light, funny and easy to read.

An Apple A Day Keeps Murder AwayJanet McNulty
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Jul 04, 2013 rated it it was amazing
i loved this book if u like mysery ghost papranormal pleae give the series a try
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Favorite of the series so far. Her aunt is a mess! Still have the issue with doule L words but i still enjoyed it. I want a greg of my own!
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Ms. McNulty has published in a variety of genres, not wanting to be tied down to just one thing. She began her writing career with her fantasy series entitled Legends Lost. Since then, she has gone on to publish in the popular dystopian genre with her Dystopia Trilogy and has even published a cozy mystery series entitled Mellow Summers. Her most recent work is her space opera, science fiction adve ...more

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