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The gang's all here in the third installment of the Ghost Dusters series. Sadie can never seem to find a moment of normalcy, and in this episode, she's got her hands full once again. Dead and Kicking provides more drama, more angry ghosts, and more of the characters we've come to love.
I love this series, and was sad to hear that the publisher has decided not to continue it.
3 member(s) found this review helpful.
3rd in series, much better than the last one..
In this installment Sadie and Zack are asked by Zack's ex-girlfriend, Paula to clean out her mothers house (which should be featured on an episode of Hoarders) Sadie discovers not only a mummified baby corpse, but an angry, violent ghost as well. When Zack gets injured on the job site, nurse Paula comes running to his side and will stop at nothing to get her man back. Sadie trys deperately to help the police in figuring out a way to get rid of the ghost so they can continue their investigation. Who knew that all the secrets are lying within Paula's demented mother, who lives in a nursing home, and suffers a severe case of Alzheimers. Someone or something is out to stop Sadie from uncovering the truth, with multiple murder attempts, and a magnitude of fire and mayhem.
I really enjoy the series, and eagerly await the next installment. This book was much less complicated than the last, and I enjoyed every page. It has a good twist of paranormal, without all the vampires and wolves.
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I liked this 3rd book for everything but the background story on the angry ghost. It was a tad too much of a real serious subject for a cozy mystery in my opinion!