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Good Tidings (Mary O'Reilly Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I really loved this particular story because it involved kids and dogs. What is there not to love about a ghost child and a ghost dog! Loved it. This story is all about the kidnapping of children and selling them. Joey, the ghost child, also just happens to be the guardian angel of one of the children & reaches out to Mary for help. Between Joey, Bradley, and the help of Mary’s cop family in Chicago, Mary is able to stop the kidnapping and bring the villains to justice. There is one scene in the story where the ghost dog saves two lives & becomes a real hero. You will just have to read the book to find out what I am talking about. The kidnapping is not the only story in this book, there is also another story going on at the same time—a ghost prostitute that needs Mary’s help. This turns out to be a lot more than just a simple murder—there are other things going on concerning the dead prostitute than just her murder.
So if you like ghost stories and mysteries, with a few twists and turns thrown in, then you will enjoy this story just as much as I did—both times! There was no steamy sex scenes in the story and no profanity, which I really did appreciate. Now I am about to review Book 3 because I am reading them pretty fast—at least one a day.
Six year old Joey died in a car accident. Then, when his three month old brother gets kidnapped by human traffickers he calls in Mary O'Reilly, insisting he is now his brother's guardian angel and wants to help getting him back to his brother.
A story by this author is something to read and cherish...time after time every single one of them. There is a warmth there even with something dire as the threat to a baby in this story, contrasted with gentle humour in unexpected moments along the way.
To reiterate a phrase from this book, life is about turning bad things into good things.
Terri Read is good at showing how to do so ... Even in fiction. Enjoy!
I am of two minds on this series. The premise is intriguing, and the interactions between Mary and the ghosts are entertaining and touching. There’s a nice potential romantic interest with the local chief of police, and Mary’s cop family is fun. The dialogue is sometimes slightly stilted, however, and the story lines are sort of simplistic. There’s also a scene near the end that falls heavily into “romance dressed up as mystery” for me. Even with those flaws, I still found the characters likeable, and the story possibilities interesting. I ended up buying book 3 in the series to see if things improve. Would I read this book or this series more than once? No. Will I keep reading? Depends on what happens with book 3. I will say this was an “OK” read for me and served its purpose as enjoyable distraction on the treadmill at the gym.