"I love this ghostly cozy mystery series and the witty style the author uses."
On a business trip to Chicago, Pepper Martin finds herself
caught up in yet another ghost investigation. She wasn't
planning on doing anything other than covering for her sick
boss, but when the ghost mentions the delicious doctor Dan
Callahan she can't say no. As things go the seminar about
cemeteries is enough to bore someone to death. So Pepper
decides to help her new ghost visitor, Madeline.
Since Pepper hit her head on a tombstone she has been able
to see ghosts. She has already helped a few ghosts and now
this new specter, Madeline, wants her turn. Madeline knows
Dan, a doctor who saved Pepper's life, and says he is in
danger. Pepper knows Madeline isn't telling her everything
but before she finds out the whole truth it is too late and
Pepper is having her own personal ghostly experience.
Night of the Loving Dead is the fourth book in the
Pepper Martin series and was the best yet. The background
story about Dan finally made it to the main plot and it was
interesting to find out more about him. Pepper stills has a
lot to learn about her ability and how to investigate for
the dead. However I think she learnt some valuable lessons
in this new installment.
I love this ghostly cozy mystery series and the witty style
the author uses. The feisty main character makes this a
delight to read and this is yet another January new release
that has me already wishing for another sequel as soon as
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted January 31, 2009