- File Size: 1896 KB
- Print Length: 172 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Outrageous Books; 4 edition (August 11, 2014)
- Publication Date: August 11, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MNM3CPS
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,038 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Haunted Hijinks (An Agnes Barton Paranormal Mystery Book 1) Kindle Edition
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If you have read any of the earlier of these you know they revolve around and aging pair of inquisitive women.. ok snoops. These are light reading and for the most part at least moderately humorous. They like all amateur sleuths manage to get themselves into all sorts of fixes.
Surprisingly the new twist seems to work well. I think it gives Ms. Johns quite a bit of latitude in creating new adventures for these two.
These are basically clean reads with some implied sex between seniors but neither that nor the violence is graphic. I really would have no problem handing one of these to a teenager to read. I am sure they would find the exploits of these characters funny. With the addition of the ghost these are Scooby Doo for Adults (There is a ghost dog as well). With the new twist I will continue to follow.
When I first started reading this, I thought, Oh No! Not another near death experience giving people the ability to see ghosts. I was very pleasantly surprised to find it a very fun, enjoyable and entertaining read. A true cozy mystery complete with suspense, danger, and a dead body or two, or maybe more.
Agnes' senior friends come and help her as well as hinder her as she tries to find out who the dead woman is. As usual, Sheriff Clem Perkins is dead set against her interference in yet another police investigation. On the plus side, you'll meet Agnes' son.
A mystery that will keep you guessing and traveling several routes to get to your destination. A light, fun and hilarious read.
Agnes and Eleanor are in the thick of it again. It gets stranger. They aren't exactly alone. A ghost haunts Agnes.
The duo has been asked to oversee preparing the Butler Mansion when it is opened as a bed and breakfast. Before that happens, they find a dead body at the bottom of the stairs.
Katherine Clark is dead. Was she murdered? Why? Who are the suspects?
This is actually the sixth book I've read with these characters and I've enjoyed every one. How much hijinks can two old (oops senior citizen) ladies get into? It appears a lot. Yes you have to suspend your beliefs in reality but who cares when I'm enjoying it as much as I am? Warning, you will find typos. I didn't care.
I love a good cosy but I did not love this one, it was a mildly interesting mystery with too many components and too many characters. At times it felt like the mystery took a backseat to Agnes, Eleanor, and Caroline, and I did not find Agnes, Eleanor, and Caroline all that interesting.
The explanation of Caroline was a tad off, the passage of time does not make some things less than what they are.
I don't know if it is Johns' writing style or just this particular book but it was like wading through cold molasses to finish and I won't be picking up any of her others