STRONG SPIRITS By Alice Duncan

Strong Spirits (A Daisy Gumm Majesty Mystery, Book 1)

First book in the series. Daisy lives in 1920 during and just after World War 1. She was married before her husband’s was shipped overseas. He returns injured by mustard gas and leg damage. Daisy earns their living by holding seances and other spirited activities. In this book her best customer has problems and Daisy is called to give a seance. Daisy has to help solved a criminal matter. It is a tale of how the average person lived during the Roaring Twenties. Not really a mystery or a romance, elements of both are presented. No real violence and sex. A great read for a relaxing afternoon on a dismal day. I have the reminder of the series on my THE list

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