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Heaven's Department of Good Intentions assigns emissary Bailey Ruth Raeburn to protect Kay Clark.
Dull characters and too much repetition and focus on every little details as you can see for yourself was a problem I had in the above passage.
The characters are well written, the story believable, and Bailey Ruth (the main character) always endearing.
Bailey Ruth again solves a mystery in her home town and causes Wiggens to question her methods. I had this one solved early but enjoyed Bailey Ruth's interactions with Chief Cobb.Published 4 months ago by Betty Jean Kemme
These books are good for when you just want a little relief from the heavier fare.Published 4 months ago by D g
First let me say that I typically will pick up a book like this because I think it will be a leisurely read (in other words put-downable). Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jeanette Raleigh
I was disappointed in this book. If you are interested in what clothes the ghost is wearing, then this is the read for you. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Casual Reader
This is the 2nd book in this series I have read and can say that I truly enjoyed it. Can't wait to read the 3rd one.Published 7 months ago by mygrammy
Am biased as I have always enjoyed everything that Carolyn Hart has written....never a waste of time for me!Published 8 months ago by J. I. Stebbins
The writer should write more about plot and suspense than fashion. I don't give a whit about what Bailey or any other character is wearing. Read morePublished 9 months ago by aksblizzard
Bailey Ruth is in heaven but sometimes she gets to go back to earth to help a human with a problem. Bailey Ruth however doesn't follow the rules for good spirit deportment and has... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Karen Candee