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Book Reviews of Ghost of a Chance (Zebra Debut)

Ghost of a Chance (Zebra Debut)
Ghost of a Chance - Zebra Debut
Author: Flo Fitzpatrick
ISBN-13: 9780821777503
ISBN-10: 0821777505
Publication Date: 8/1/2004
Pages: 317
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.

3.2 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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6 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

AZmom875 avatar reviewed Ghost of a Chance (Zebra Debut) on + 607 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
I tend to hate yearnin burnin romance books. THIS is NOT one of those. It appears that the Play they are about to perform is cursed. It is the 100 anniversary of this play. 50 years ago, the last time it was performed, an actor was murdered. Now he haunts the theatre. So you have a 50 year old mystery, add a present day murder mystery, and then later you find out a 100 year old Murder Mystery. AND MORE!!!!

I really think this author knows how to write fast paced, fun realistic, dialogue. I love it when authors give the character a dog to love and take care of. There characters were fun and real. I have no idea why the cover has a boat. You will like this book and want to read more by her.
Bernie avatar reviewed Ghost of a Chance (Zebra Debut) on
This book is a quick fun read. If you like wacky heroes, theatre and ghosts, this book is for you! Very funny and biting humor. Very much worth the read.
reviewed Ghost of a Chance (Zebra Debut) on + 79 more book reviews
A quick read...fun along with a mystery.
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Very humorous...Worth the reading time!
grendelynn avatar reviewed Ghost of a Chance (Zebra Debut) on + 15 more book reviews
Light, fluffy quick read with a bit of romance and a little mystery
donkeycheese avatar reviewed Ghost of a Chance (Zebra Debut) on + 1255 more book reviews
Six straight men in the cast plus free Tex-Mex food? My friend Lida Rose sure know how to persuade me. I signed on the dotted line and dusted off my dance shoes. I knew Bad Business on the Brazas would have them rolling in the aisles and standing up to cheer, whichever came first. But I didn't expect the ghost problem. As in the ghost of Don Mueller, the actor who was killed during the last performance of this show fifty years ago. He's flirting with me in a spectral kind of way... and a ghost can make interesting things happen to a girl...
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