- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 6 hours and 30 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Audible Studios
- Audible.com Release Date: June 14, 2016
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01GQP15V0
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Haunted Heist isn’t so much that different from the other two books but I just enjoyed it more because I have become really invested in the characters now. I really appreciate the value the author places on the ghost characters to give them a true place in the story. Angie Fox gives them as much time and detail as the living characters and it is nice to see the same ghosts return in each of the books. It makes the world of Sugarland, Tennessee a little bigger.
My favorite part of this book is that Verity finally made some decisions about her life and it was good to see her fighting a little harder to get back on her feet. I had felt in the last two books that she wasn’t really ready to pick up the pieces and move on but she seems to be on a good path now. It really gave the book a good strong ending.
I really like when the narrator for the series is consistent and Tavia Gilbert has really developed each of the characters in the Southern Spirits stories. Her characters are consistent and unique and her transitions between characters are exceptionally smooth. Tavia also does a very good job emoting a full range of feelings the characters are going through.
The second chance was an offer to try and land a graphic design job at the oldest Sugarland Bank. Reggie, the uncle of Verity's best friend, Lauralee had always been kind to Verity and now he was willing to overlook the obviously diminished household, clothing, chaos (including rose bushes in the living room in trash containers,etc.) and give her a chance at the re-branding of the bank.
Reggie liked Lucy which I feel was a selling point, myself. I like Lucy too.
Unknown to Reggie, Frankie the German, also resides with Verity, inside the urn, buried with the rosebush...you must read from volume one. This book is a stand alone but you get the entire timeline (and it matters,) following from novel one. Reggie is eager to revisit the bank, his budy Suds (who decorated his urn,) is still there trying to blast into the vault some eighty years past.
Do you get the feeling this book is about ghosts and humor? Well, you are correct, however, you may have missed the fact that Reggie gets murdered in real time, and the signature of the 'hit' is from Handsome Henry back in the 20's. Is Henry still alive or can ghosts...?
Wild chase scenes, rocking Jazz clubs, speakeasy's and more fill this fast-paced murder mystery.
I can't wait for the next volume. I adore this series.
Varity and her gangster ghost is back. She is still trying to release him after accidentally tethering him to her property when she dumped out his urn thinking it was just dust. She is also trying to make a comeback after her almost ex mother-in-law sued her for wedding cost and won and then ruined her name in business.
Varity's best friend, Luralee, and her uncle Reggie who is now the manager of the local came to visit Varity one morning and he wants her to look at rebranding the band. When she goes to meet him there are some ghostly activities in the bank and he ends up dead. Exactly in the way another of Frankie's gangster friends used to kill his victims. It may be up to Varity to help solve this case but she hopes it doesn't come to that.
Her budding relationship with Virginia's other son, Ellis, is under wraps for the time being but when she stops by his house Virginia herself opens up her door to give her another piece of her mind and told her if she didn't stay away from her sons she would take whatever she had left and her house. That was enough to push Varity the rest of the way over the edge so that it take Ellis pulling her over several days later to get her to talk to him again. When she does they both get more involved in this case together.
Read this book to find out what happens with everyone and if they do find the killer.
I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.