Unsettled Spirits by Alice Duncan
This is the ninth book in a fun and funny series about life in the 1920s for the middle-class and wealthy. It covers slightly for the poor, black and Chinese. Information is provided about problems from World War I, books, music, food, prohibition, Pasadena and the police. Daisy the MC earns her living as Spiritualist median to the wealthy. She lives with family and many friends and clients.
Daisy is in the choir at church when a Mrs Franbold collapses during church. Sam takes over the investigation. The next communion a Mr Underhill drops dead again. As usual Daisy helps Sam in the investigation. This series is great to read in front of a roaring fire on a stormy.

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1 Response to UNSETTLED SPIRITS By Alice Duncan

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Thanks for posting your review.

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