Book Club * These Haunts are Made for Walking

Welcome to Friday’s Book Club – where we celebrate the Season with a good book & a cocktail.  Lisa

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Mix light and dark rum and brandy in a cocktail shaker, add lime juice and grenadine. Shake well and strain into a higball glass filled with cracked ice. Fill glass with orange juice but leave enough room to float the 151 on top. Garnish with a cherry and orange slice.

 

 

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“Rose Pressey’s books are fun!” — Janet Evanovich

A fun and ghostly cozy mystery from USA TODAY Bestselling Author Rose Pressey

Who knew ghosts could send text messages?

If ever a whole town could be haunted, Devil’s Moon, Kentucky would be that town. Ripley Van Raden, or Rip as her friends call her, has come back to her hometown to start her own ghost tour business. That’s not her only career path though. Librarian by day, and ghost tour guide by night, Rip is ready to take on the ghosts following her around and the mysterious residents who show up for more than the tour in the Devil’s Moon Cemetery.

Her first day on the job as librarian, Ripley finds a dead body and a ghost who can only communicate through electronics. Who knew ghosts could send text messages? To make things even more complicated, Ripley meets a hot cop who happens to also be a ghost hunter. She doesn’t know if Brannon Landon is interested in helping her or just around for the paranormal activity.

When Rip discovers threatening notes between the pages of a novel, she must solve the library patron’s mysterious death before she unwillingly joins the other side of her haunted tour.

“If you like Charlaine Harris and Janet Evanovich you might like Rose Pressey too.”

For fans of witch mysteries, cozy mysteries, paranormal mysteries with a touch of humor,amateur sleuths, and women sleuths.

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