Night of the Living Deed – E. J. Copperman

A Haunted Guesthouse Mystery book 1

My love of cozies seems to get stronger with each new series I find at my library. This new discovery did not disappoint.

Night of the Living Deed Cover Image

Alison Kerby is trying to begin a new life with her 9 year old daughter, Melissa. She is back in the town she grew up in on the Jersey Shore. She purchased a house to renovate into a guesthouse, not realizing the house had plenty of history to go along with its age.

Particularly the two ghosts; Paul and Maxie. They were murdered in the house the year before, and Paul wants Alison to find out who killed them, and why. It takes a while for Alison to come to terms with the fact that yes, she really can see these ghosts and communicate with them.

Shock number one is learning her daughter can as well.

Shock number 2? The fact that her mother can see them, as well as many, many other ghosts, and her mother and daughter have been hiding this secret from her for a few years.

Can Alison get her guesthouse renovated in time to open, while adjusting to a life with ghosts, and trying to track down a murderer?

This is definitely a page-turner, and a great first book to this cozy series!

You can find the book for sale here: Night of the Living Deed

Learn more about the author here: E. J. Copperman

3 thoughts on “Night of the Living Deed – E. J. Copperman

  1. HCNewton July 1, 2019 / 9:17 pm

    Haven’t tried this series yet, but am working on his Asperger’s Mysteries (pretty sure that’s the name), really charming style. I can easily see getting hooked on these

  2. tangledmagic July 5, 2019 / 7:11 am

    Hello, Angela!
    I like the reviews. I’m an author based in the Hudson Valley, N.Y. Please consider reviewing my latest middle grade book, Awakening Magic, Book III of the Karakesh Chronicles–available on Amazon, or from Handersen Publishing.

    • Angela July 8, 2019 / 7:56 am

      I will take a look at it!

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