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Buried in New Orleans (Ripsters Book 3) by [Myers, Chris]
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Praise for Book 1 of the Ripsters Series
From Publishers Weekly
...And one of the most appealing aspects of this novel is the author's ability to create suspense as Jolie and her friends come closer to solving the mystery behind Distal's murder. Well-crafted characters fill the pages of the swift-moving plot which culminates in an explosive finale.


...I am  very much looking forward to the second installment in the series. I like the humor, the detailed and intriguing plot, and the characters, who are quite fun and just quirky enough to keep me wanting more.
Without reservation, I would absolutely recommend this book to young
adult and adult readers alike. By RoloPoloBooks


The End: THERE HAS TO BE A SECOND!!!!
Seriously!!! I don't know what I'll do without more of these guys O.o This book was just so wonderfully different and unique there just has to be more! In the end, I loved this book, and there is a lot of stuff I hope will be mentioned in a second book. From the Read-a-Holic


Only a very good author can write a mystery story
where the reader keeps on guessing what the suspense is gonna be till the end
and still gets it wrong. Hats off to the author for writing that part so well! If you like a YA supernatural book with kick-ass characters and a great
mystery, the Date with the Dead is definitely for you. By Reading 24x7


Date With The Dead is a very funny, unique read.
I really loved the descriptions of Plymouth of Plymouth seeing as I live 45
minutes from there. I really enjoyed how Chris took the whole ghost hunter
thing to another level. I have read a lot of ghost books but this one by far
was the most pleasurable. By A Diary of a Book Addict
                              

Product Details

  • File Size: 684 KB
  • Print Length: 262 pages
  • Publisher: Books on the Edge (January 13, 2015)
  • Publication Date: January 13, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00QHRCD5U
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WONDERFUL AS ALWAYS.
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Jolie, Brit and Drew are back for another adventure – this time in the voodoo community of New Orleans, with lots of villains, not least of which is the notoriously wicked slave owner Delphine LaLaurie (she's a ghost here, as opposed to being alive when played by Kathy Bates on “Americn Horror Story”).

I love this series. I crave the next book. Jolie has the good head on her shoulders (which she really has to work to keep there), Brit is the comic relief. And Drew? Well Drew is a lot of things, none of which I will allude to here because it might ruin surprises.

Chris Myers is a first-rate author, and I have enjoyed everything she's written. And I hope she writes lots more...quickly!
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****I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.****

I've done my best to keep spoilers out of this review in case you haven't read the first two books, but there may be a tiny detail or two I've forgotten. :P

Buried in New Orleans starts off with Jolie, Brit, and Drew heading to New Orleans so he can cross over. They search for April, Drew's girlfriend from when he was alive, to get answers as to why he hasn't been able to. They run into Jolie's old ghost hunting group NOSH (New Orleans Spirit Hunters), and she's less than thrilled to see them because Drew has been hanging around her for so long. Jolie's kind of been putting off helping him move on, and it's a huge no-no to allow a spirit to hang around.

I love these characters and this series! It's an amazing story line which gets better with each book. Each character has his or her strengths and weakness, but they all bring something to the table which makes them such a great team.

I truly believe Jolie was born to help spirits. She gets part of her talent through her mother and grandmother, but she also puts her heart into everything she does. Her downfall? Drew, but I can't blame her!

Brit is so spunky it gets her into trouble sometimes, but I like her spunk. She's completely fearless and a great partner in crime. Her downfall? The color pink. And money. ;)

Drew has been there for Jolie - helping her get ghost hunting jobs, supporting her on the move to Massachusetts and starting a new school. He's been her only friend until Brit. He's comforted her, and it's totally understandable why she wouldn't want to let all that go.

So when the mystery of why he can't cross over is revealed, it's a complete shocker. Never saw it coming!
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