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Something Very Ghostly (The Jane Husted Series) Paperback – December 11, 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
She and Brian are working to find themselves in a new relationship that is based on love and trust while moving toward each other across all the lines of class and privilage.
Jane must also forge new working relationships with former buddies and comrades as she becomes 'the boss.' This work is never easy and becomes much more difficult as it becomes obvious someone is determined to kill her.
This one will keep the pages turning or you thumb popping to following the swift action.
Nash Black, author of SANDPRINTS OF DEATH.
The one "con" I have, is that I find the author a bit "wordy" (in this book and also "Something Most Deadly"). I feel like the author took a writing class where they spent a lot of time describing things in minute detail. I would just skip over whole pages because I wanted the mystery to keep unfolding, and I didn't really care about all the details of someone's dress.
And being a dressage person, I would have loved to continue more of the horse details in the book. But the story is moving away from the stable.
It was a very good book, and I would recommend.
On a side note, I read mostly on my Kindle now. The one thing I've noticed fairly consistently with most of the Kindle books is that they seem to have a lot of typos, missing or added words in a sentence, unclear scene changes, missing punctuation (especially in quotes) etc. In a lot of them (and especially this one) it felt like I was reading a rough draft, and I always felt they needed better editors. Found out why--there was an admonition from the author to her "readers" to not spill the beans on some of the plot points. It dawned on me she was talking about her pool of readers/editors before final publication, and/or advanced reader copies. SO, I was right. A rough draft. To the editors: I honestly hope this was an example of work before you got to it rather than after. to the author: If this is the work after it was edited and not before, you need better editors (like me).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Couldn't put it down. Twists and turns and lots of guessing. Loved it.Published 20 months ago by Cecilia
I have given your name as an author to many kindle owners. I read the 1st book twice before I realized there were two more. Excellent drama, romancePublished on March 28, 2013 by Debra Rose Morell
I couldn't wait for this book to come in the mail after reading Something Most Deadly. I had to find out what was going to happen to Jane next. I was not disappointed at all. Mrs. Read morePublished on January 17, 2012 by PamD
An amazing sequel to "Something Most Deadly". The group from Springhill returns, minus one. There are many surprises along the way! Read morePublished on January 30, 2011 by Sarah