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Book Review of Ghouls Gone Wild (Ghost Hunter, Bk 4)

Ghouls Gone Wild (Ghost Hunter, Bk 4)
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Helpful Score: 2

Finally, Ms Laurie has gotten away from the whole Scooby-Do feel that the previous books in this series kept circling around. I hope that her new editor, whom she acknowledges graciously, has shown her the pitfalls of the previous books and together this series can blossom into what should be a very good reading adventure.

M.J., her best friend and business partner Gilley (whom I think is the best character in the whole series) and Heath Whitefeather travel to a haunted town outside of Edinburg, Scotland. Upon arrival to film an episode of their upcoming TV series, malevolent witch spirits that quite literally knock the psychics on their butts quickly confronts the gang. But there is more to this haunting and with the help of featherlight Gilley and his technical know how, not to mention his fire extinguisher, the dynamic trio, with the help of some new characters, set out to find out who called up these angry spirits and what they were hoping to accomplish by doing so.

This series takes an interesting turn when a romance starts to blossom between Heath and MJ, but life can't be that simple when Dr. Steve Sable makes a sudden appearance leading to an interesting fork in the road for future installments.

With this book, I can now say that I would recommend this series. It was a bit iffy with the previous books, but I really like the direction that this one has taken. Good luck in the future Ms. Laurie.

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