IF WALLS COULD TALK By Juliet Blackwell


I read this book first in 2014. It was my first paranormal and I didn’t understand the story. I read it again just recently for a group read. while I enjoyed it, this time, I still felt the descriptions of all architectural took from the story. The ending was not complete and there were loose ends left. The are several subplots that do not hang together.
Melanie is meeting her client at an old Victorian house. There they find a person who has been shot with a nail gun and his hand is gone. The police treat like an accident and released the house. Melanie sees the spirit of the person in the house. She learns her Mother had a “Gift” to sense ghosts and she has inherited the “Gift”. The ending will surprise. I more of this series.

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One Response to IF WALLS COULD TALK By Juliet Blackwell

  1. bmary8222 says:

    I’ve missed this series, maybe that’s okay.

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