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Ghouls Just Haunt to Have Fun by Victoria Laurie
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May 31, 2009

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bookshelves: mystery, paranormal-fiction

Another fun entry in the M.J. Holliday "Ghost Hunter" series, however the back of the book detracts from the overall quality of the book:
When M.J. agrees to use her paranormal abilities on a new TV show called Haunted Possessions, she hopes her gift will not be expolited. Neither M.J. nor her fellow medium Seth realizes how much they'll need to sharpen their psychic skills when one of the objects--a knife--turns out to open a portal that releases a demon.
Unfortunately, the "fellow medium's" name is Heath, not Seth. It's one thing to allow for cover art that has little or nothing to do with the story line, however when the blurb/synopsis can't even get the character's name right...? What's up, Obsidian? Our $6.99 isn't enough to motivate you to actually read the final book text?

Other than the gaffe noted above, Ghouls Just Haunt to Have Fun is a great romp. M.J. and the Scooby Gang head to San Francisco and the Drake Hotel (legion for its resident ghosts) to film a tv show. Unfortunately, they are greeted by an array of ghosts--one of which appears to be a demon who is (er) hell-bent on demonic possession. That said, this one is a good bit scarier than the previous "Ghost Hunter" outings. M.J., of course, comes through in her usual fashion and the M.J.-Dr. Sable relationship is slowly moved forward. Lots of options remain open for the remainder of the series. Keep writing, Victoria Laurie!

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