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The Ghost of Second Chances

Written by: Bobbi Holmes,Anna J. McIntyre
Narrated by: Romy Nordlinger
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When Clint Marlow's partner in crime is found murdered in the basement of Marlow House, Clint is the likely suspect. The only problem: Clint is dead. But that doesn't matter to the FBI agents investigating the case. Clint looks alive to them.  

Meanwhile, Danielle's housemate, Walt, is coming to terms with his new reality, which is complicated with the FBI underfoot. Fortunately for Walt, he still has a few paranormal tricks up his sleeve.

©2018 Bobb Holmes (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Michelle Carr
  • 2020-09-26

Love These Mysteries

I really enjoy this series. It doesn’t get dull or predictable. I’ll say it again...@ Hallmark Channel should make it into a series!!

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  • Ann Mi
  • 2019-03-23

Dense Danielle

I am so over how stupid Danielle's character is written. Every time she says "what do you mean", I wonder if Danielle is operating on limited brain cells.

I do enjoy the secondary characters, Lilly, Ian, Chris, Adam, Heather, the chief, and Joann however. Hopefully the author will consider writing a spin-off series.

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  • DawnO
  • 2020-06-15

Great series- one tiny wish

I have almost finished listening to all of the books in this series written to date! The only thing I wish were different is the narrator. First, I actually like her voice and the pace she keeps ss she reads. One wish I have is that I could tell the difference between the voices of the characters. Most of the women sound the same to me, except I can usually tell when it’s Lily starting to speak. Joe has either a Boston or NY accent so he’s the one I can distinguish. It’s obviously not a deal breaker for me since I’m almost done with the series! Lol

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  • MMME
  • 2019-09-18

Great series

I love this books series. Please never stop. I have every book available. Wonderful escape from life.

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  • Ronda
  • 2019-03-25

Loved, loved ...

...All the characters in this series are so good. Bobbi, you write a wonderful fun, funny, cozy murder mystery book. Romy, you did an awesome narrative. I’m in love with Walt. So great!!!

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  • Cindy
  • 2022-06-08

Love this one

Never a dull moment. This one diffently keeps you entertained. Always fun, and entertaining. Good over all story.

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  • Lowcountry girl
  • 2022-05-20

Intriguing

I have followed this series from the start. It’s almost like these characters are family now. Interestingly, I feel the least close to Danielle. She's just kind of blah. I would really like to see her described as more appealing than someone described as 15 pounds overweight, cute, but not pretty. She so often is unsophisticated in her conversations, not snarky but too unprofessional which doesn't jive with her having owned a marketing firm. Her comments consist of her repeating back what the other person said as if the person just said something ridiculous or her first comment is "what do you mean"? This isn't respectful to the other person and she comes off as direct and dismissive. This is a technique that makes the other person feel small and invalidates their opinion. She should be able to have superior comprehension with her sixth sense and yet she so often can't figure out what someone is implying, trying to explain or warn her about. Unfortunately, now other characters are doing the same thing. It is so repetitive and annoying. She is not especially endearing as so many of the other characters are. Her actions sometimes seem like she is TSTL. I really like all of the secondary characters and of course Walt, our star. I would like to see more chemistry between Walt and Danielle if they are to be a believable couple and more of Walt applying his world to Danielle’s and him helping her to be more unique in dress and polished in manner to match his sophistication. In many instances, her wardrobe consists of a red sweater paired with leggings or skinny jeans with boots, or a tee shirt with her plaid pajama bottoms. Please enough of the fishtail braid. Also, please enough of the NCIS girl vampire look for Heather as well, that's so yesterday and insupportable for her character. This group of friends are in their 30's, not teens or 20-somethings. I think readers would enjoy a well-dressed Danielle. Walt is unfailingly sharply put together and rarely wears "denims". Sounds like she could use some help with her wardrobe choices, hair and makeup. ......I loved their fantasy dream hop dancing 20’s style and their sailing trip when Walt was dressed in his sailing whites and showing Danielle his world instead of always trying to fit him into her world. I was swept away. IMO, Danielle's character could use a little more development, more intelligence, tenderness, and closeness between ODC and fewer sleazy characters among the criminals. Even some of the characters are a tiny bit on the sleazy side such as Carla, Adam, Joe and Kelly. I do like how Adam has been redeemed and maybe he will stop going to those websites, fingers crossed!

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  • M. Airey
  • 2021-07-13

As always this series is a delightful listen

I truly enjoy each one of these books and it keeps me looking forward to the next in the series. I will be very sad when I catch up and have to wait for another book. It is great to listen one after another.

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  • Karen Atchison
  • 2021-06-03

Friends

The busy body supposed friends and relentless scrutiny by Brian and Joe storyline are getting tedious. I'm several chapters in the next book and it is even worse. Probably won't continue series.

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  • Pam
  • 2020-07-17

Great read

I love this series and it takes me away from the ugliness of this world right now.