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Publisher's Summary

The Ghostly Grounds: Death and Brunch is audiobook number two in a charming new cozy mystery series by best-selling author Sophie Love, author of The Inn at Sunset Harbor series, a number one best seller!

Marie Fortune, 39, a successful dog groomer in Boston, leaves the stressful life behind and heads to a small town in coastal Maine to create a new life. She remains intent on renovating the old, historic house her great-aunt left her and giving it a new life as a B&B. Yet there was one thing she couldn’t plan for: The house is haunted. Two things, actually: Her great-aunt also left her a dog - and he is far from a typical dog.

Other B&B owners have heard of Marie’s ability to expel ghosts, and she finds herself, to her own surprise, in demand for her “services” from neighboring towns. It seems there are many B&Bs that need to have their ghosts cleansed. With her B&B failing, Marie, her trusted dog as her sidekick, has nothing to lose.

But when she arrives to her first client - and someone unexpectedly dies - Marie realizes she may be in for more than she bargained for. Once again, she may have to solve the crime to save her own future.

A pause-resisting cozy, packed with mystery, love, hauntings, travel, pets, and food - anchored around a small town and a B&B in need of renovation that will capture your heart - The Ghostly Grounds: Death and Brunch is an un-putdownable cozy that will keep you resisting to pause (and laughing out loud) late into the night.

Book number three in the series - Malice and Lunch - is now also available!

©2020 Sophie Love (P)2020 Sophie Love

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