FIXING TO DIE By Miranda James

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are antebellum homes located in Natchez among them Cliffwood, the home of Mary Turner Carlin and her husband. In recent months, there are strange happenings, especially in the French room. Mary Turner seems the help of old friends the Ducote Sisters and friends. Arriving at Cliffwood both Miss Ang’el and Miss Dickie is experienced cold sensations on the stairway. Peanuts and Endora, both exhibited no reactions to the house. Benjy is present. Several uninvited guests arrive at the mansion. There is a physic who claimed the spirits called here there and a distant relative who believed that the contents of the French room were stolen from his family. He is later found dead in the French room. Is there an evil spirit at Cliffwood or will Miss Ang’el uncover the human behind the unexplained events? A light and easy read. I highly recommend this book and series.

Disclosure: I received a free copy from Berkeley Publishing for an honest review. I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review the book. The opinions expressed are my own.

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https://idahobluebird50.wordpress.com Member of Netgalley. Senior Citizen and been reading and sharing my thoughts on books most of my life. I read for my pleasure. I have been married for 60 years and we have a Bengal Cat, Kato. Interests include reading, dogs, cats, gardening, knitting, crocheting. I have a strong interest in North American native plants. A word on my reviews. Books review are from my public library, brought, many from Netgalley, a few from Edelweiss, occasionally from an author or from friends. The opinions are my own. I represent no publisher, author or another source​. My reviews can be found on Amazon, Tumblr, Goodreads, Google+. I have no Facebook or Twitter accounts. Thanks for reading my blog.
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3 Responses to FIXING TO DIE By Miranda James

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Sounds like a good book.

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