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Garrett's Ghost (The PI Time Travel Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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"With you, I can see forever. Tomorrow is on the way and the possibilities are endless."
Garrett Houston is a Texas Ranger, but not just the average run of the mill Texas Ranger, he's part of a time traveling convention that investigate cold case crimes. While meeting up with some of his fellow companions, Garrett suddenly finds himself harassed by a spirit that demands he travel back and bring her killer to justice.
Margarite has finally found someone that can hear her, and becomes emphatic that he help her escape the darkness. She is only nearly dead and time is of an essence if she is to survive the horror of her attack. As the clues of Margarite's disappearance are brought to light, Garrett finds himself investigating not only her attempted murder, but also the deaths of several other women.
As Margarite begins to adjust and heal from her trauma, she finds strength and love in the arms of her rescuer. She also discovers that "Sometimes the things we need to change end up changing us."
Garrett's Ghost is a cozy romantic mystery with hints of time travel and paranormal. It is this reader's hope that some of the subplots and characters that were introduced are given their own story. A very enjoyable read that I'd recommend!
- ASIN : B07R5CBJ4L
- Publication date : April 25, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 4548 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 164 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #615,402 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The ending took me by surprise, and I know you'll love it, too!
I highly recommend Garret's Ghost!
One could think that all of the pieces or elements I mentioned in the previous paragraph could make for a confusing story, but that didn’t happen here. I think part of it was Ackerson’s talent in writing dialog. Remember there are 3 people conversing at a time here now and then in this story. At least three if you believe in ghosts :) But there was no question who was “whom” by the way the author crafted the conversations. While font may not seem very important in this day and age of changing to anything you want on our ereaders but the subtle move of placing the dialog of one person (here we’ll say the ghost) in italics makes a big difference in the tone of a book. The dialog in this book is done with the flow of reading in mind.
Speaking of believing in ghosts there’s another thing the author did in this cute book. She engaged very black and white oriented people like me who would never, ever, believe in anything paranormal and made the whole “ghost-thing” seem humorous and real and fitting with the story. Slipped that stuff right by we non-believers. I enjoyed it too.