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In this book a writer is staying at an inn in Oklahoma, hunting for the spook light. Cami, is a skeptic and always looking to debunk everything super natural, but this time nothing is the same as she is used to. Death, murder, and hot inn keeper Mr. Rush has her totally off her game. As the story progresses things just become even more crazy, until it comes to an exciting end!
I can say that this book honestly left me wanting more! It was a page turner that I had a hard time putting down.
I also want to give kudos to Mrs. Dean for mentioning all the legends behind the spook light. She mentioned the native legend as well as the miner legend and many others. Good job and good story.
The author, Dean, has written a compelling little mystery for this World of Gothic series and the story keeps us actively engaged throughout. The snow, the settling darkness, the cast of strange characters, all add to the fear that Camille might end up dead.
In reading the reviews for this book, I noticed the one star review that talks of the Native American legend of the Spook Light but I didn't see where Ms. Dean did any of the things the reviewer mentions. Don't be deterred by a one-star review for this novella. That review was more about something else than an account of someone who's read this book.