THROWBACK THURSDAY – GRACE STREET MYSTERIES

THINK POSITIVE! HUGS!

This an good relaxing paranormal mystery series



BOOK #1

MY REVIEW

An old Victorian style house sets along Grace Street where Camdan the owner has allowed those down their luck to live. PI David Randall accepts Cam offer to stay after his wife threw him out of the house. Before arriving he saw the end of a murder and becomes in involve in it. The characters will catch your interest and are well developed. Cam is a psychic and has spells cause him problems. His girl friend Eillin very ambitious and wants Cam his powers to advance her career.  Randall is grieving for his daughter who died in auto crash. Kary’s parents have rejected her and is grieving for the lost her baby.  Cam and Kary are both muscial.

Randal is hired to find a golden heart shaped locket that has disappeared.  Randall is involved in a possible murder 20 years ago and who wrote popular songs investigating of the time. These events are pulled together nicely I recommend this series.


BOOK #3

MY REVIEW

The inhabitants of Grace House are involved in the magical world when Randall is hired by the Finch brothers to find a box that once belong to Houdini. It had disappeared from its hiding place. He is looking for a gold bracelet that is missing. One of the Finch brothers, Taft is found dead in a locked box. Ellin has problems at the PS Network and Camden shows up to support Ellin. I recommend this series



BOOK #5

PUBLISHER POISONED PEN PRESS

DATE OF PUBLICATION DECEMBER 4, 2018

FIRST LINES 

“Art is Calling For Me” When I became a private investigator I assumed all my clients would be alive. I was wrong. Besides breaking up an illegal baby ring, I’d recently caught a murderer and solved a big case involving the mayor of Parkland’s wife. I’d also helped Camden free a ghost from a mirror. Here’s where things get peculiar. The ghost, Delores Carlyle, had been a restless spirit whose only wish was to see her daughter one last time. “

GOODREADS SAYS

“Flamboyant actor Leo Pierson’s Art Nouveau treasures have been stolen, including a one-of-a-kind Lalique glass dragonfly he claims is cursed. David Randall, 302 Grace Street’s private eye, agrees to recover the valuables before he realizes murder has raised its ugly head in the Parkland art community. Samuel Gallant of the museum board is missing, until Randall and his landlord/consultant Camden find Gallant’s body stuffed in a museum closet. When another board member suffers a fatal accident and the art critic for the Parkland Herald is attacked, Randall suspects the stolen dragonfly is indeed cursed. He investigates Richard Mason, curator of the Little Gallery, whose artwork consists of ugly mechanical sculptures, and Nancy Piper, finance manager at the Parkland Art Museum.”

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2 Responses to THROWBACK THURSDAY – GRACE STREET MYSTERIES

  1. An old Victorian always makes a good paranormal setting 😄

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