Book Reviews of Quantum Leap: the Ghost and the Gumshoe

Quantum Leap: the Ghost and the Gumshoe
Quantum Leap the Ghost and the Gumshoe
Author: Ashley McConnell
ISBN-13: 9781852833978
ISBN-10: 1852833971
Publication Date: 1/1994
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Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Book Type: Paperback
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From the back cover:
Sam Leaps back in time and finds himself in a cemetery where he sees Troian, a beautiful but griefstricken youn woman. On seeing Sam, the woman drags him into a mausoleum where he is confronted by the tomb of Julian Claridge. The woman then tells Sam she is Julian Claridge's widow.
So the scene is set for a supernatural mystery. Sam realises he has Leapts into the life of Dr. Timothy Mintz, a ghost buster who has been sent o help Troian find out whether it is the voice of her drowned husband that keeps haunting her, or whether it is someone very much from the land of the living who is trying to drive Troian mad....

Basically it is two QL episodes - the first being this one indicated above; the second Sam leaps into Bograt (sort of)....
Fun if you like QL, but boring if you don't.