The story covers welfare fraud and youth problems. There are enough twists and turns to keep you turning the pages. This is the fourth book and I have two more to read in the series.
Mel is doing volunteer work by leading a group of unskilled workers to exhibit a handicapped home. Nearby is a large home that Mel sees movements in the window. She learns that house is unoccupied and a murder occurred.The House is known as The MURDER House. While cleaning out the shed on the property, a body is found. Mel’s curiosity leads her to explore what happened at the house. Mel’s sister arrived for a visit and Mel eventually learns that sister’s life has not easy. Annette Crawford becomes a friend in this book and asked for Mel’s help with spirit issues. I highly recommend the book and series.

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1 Response to HOME FOR THE HAUNTING By Juliet Blackwell

  1. bmary8222 says:

    I have to keep reading this series.

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