Book Reviews of Ghost of a Chance

Ghost of a Chance
Ghost of a Chance
Author: Jayne Ann Krentz
ISBN-13: 9781551665245
ISBN-10: 1551665247
Publication Date: 12/1/1999
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 81 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Light read...mystery
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"A master of the genre - nobody does it better."
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This is definitely one of the writer's better written books. The story was about Anne Silver avenging her reporter brother's attempted murder by a bunch of thieves stealing valuables disguised as de-ghost experts. Since Anne was just an ordinary woman with no special investigative skills or training, she sought out Julian Aries' help in exposing these phonies. Julian was an FBI agent who promised to come back to her after he finished his then assignment. The problem was he never showed up, and as much as Anne hated him, she was left with no choice but to turn to him for advice and help. The story went on about how they set up the plan and trapped these cons in a haunted house and how they fell in each other's arm during the process.
All in all, it is page-turner with an intriguing plot. Both characters were well developed, and the twist at the end was a sure surprise. I also like it when the writer added in a touch of supernatural spirit to spice up the story. If it were not for the silly gibberish quarrel that the heroine picked up at the first few chapters and some occasional typos, this book would warrant a FIVE-star. Anyhow, I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a fast-paced, suspenseful gothic with strong sexual tension blended in it.
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Not my favorite of hers.
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good story. quick read
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Very good
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The story was about Anne Silver avenging her reporter brother's attempted murder by a bunch of thieves stealing valuables disguised as de-ghost experts. Since Anne was just an ordinary woman with no special investigative skills or training, she sought out Julian Aries' help in exposing these phonies. Julian was an FBI agent who promised to come back to her after he finished his then assignment. The problem was he never showed up, and as much as Anne hated him, she was left with no choice but to turn to him for advice and help. The story went on about how they set up the plan and trapped these cons in a haunted house and how they fell in each other's arm during the process.
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a good author