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All of the books in the series 1-4 have been amazingly entertaining and humorous, and I love that the characters aren't prone to swearing. I would give an extra star for that if one were available.
I hope Sally Berneathy is working on book five... I love this series!
The story was fairly predictable. But the story isn’t really driven by the mystery. It’s more about the relationships of the people in the book, mainly Amanda and Charley, her husband’s ghost. Charley can’t lied now that he’s a ghost and it’s so funny seeing him trying to when that’s what he did all the time when he was alive. Detective Jake Daggett and Amanda are still trying to start a relationship. Jake’s partner Ross is an important part of this book as is Teresa from book 3 who has become an additional ongoing character in the series. Amanda’s sister, Jenny, shows up in this book and is almost as funny as Charlie.
The problem I see with this series, for me, is I really want Jack and Amanda to get together but how will that happen with Charlie stuck to Amanda? I hope Ms. Berneathy can solve this problem to everyone’s satisfaction. I would not recommend this book as a stand-alone or to be read-out-of-order, but the books are wonderful fun. Go right now and get the first book, The Ex Who Wouldn't Die, if you haven’t read the previous books. You won’t be sorry!
Rating: 3.5 for the mystery, 5 for the humor.