An Uninvited Ghost

An Uninvited Ghost Alison and her resident gumshoe ghost are on their next case when the deceased Scott MacFarlane floats in worried that he accidentally killed a prominent local woman Turns out she s still aliveat is

  • Title: An Uninvited Ghost
  • Author: E.J. Copperman
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  • Page: 239
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  • Alison and her resident gumshoe ghost are on their next case when the deceased Scott MacFarlane floats in worried that he accidentally killed a prominent local woman Turns out she s still aliveat is, of course, until she s murdered in Alison s house Now, between the demands of her guests and the arrival of a reality television crew, Alison must find the killer beforAlison and her resident gumshoe ghost are on their next case when the deceased Scott MacFarlane floats in worried that he accidentally killed a prominent local woman Turns out she s still aliveat is, of course, until she s murdered in Alison s house Now, between the demands of her guests and the arrival of a reality television crew, Alison must find the killer before she sees reality from the other side.

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    1. ✨Susan✨

      When a recently divorced mother of one renovates an old home into a bed and breakfast, she may have bitten off a little more than she can chew. During construction she and her daughter start to experience spectral sightings and by the time of completion they have accepted and welcomed their friendly, paranormal inhabitants. While still trying to embrace that her first tenants are permanent and ghostly, there is an unexplainable murder that opens the floodgates for the press and local police of t [...]

    2. Ivonne Rovira

      I did enjoy E.J. Copperman’s first novel in this series, Night of the Living Deed, but not nearly as much as its sequel, which was much, much better.It’s the first week for single mom Alison Kerby’s guesthouse (which she readied in Night of the Living Deed), and a passel of seniors have come to see hijinks performed twice a day by Alison’s resident ghosts: private investigator Paul Harrison and over-the-top Maxie Malone. But once a private eye, always a private eye. Paul wants Alison to [...]

    3. Julia Spencer-Fleming

      Lovers of smartly written, intelligently plotted, laugh-out-loud cozies will recognize this as the latest series from terrific writer Jeffrey Cohen. I pick up one of his books whenever I myself need a pick-me-up. I simply double-dare you not to feel better about life after reading anything he writes! This series is a clever, updated homage to TOPPER, and does justice to the granddaddy of all today's ghostly comic capers. The perfect beach read. Now where did I put that chaise lounge?

    4. Terri Crossley

      This is book two in the Haunted Guesthouse mysteries and I loved it just as much as the first one! With a charming guesthouse and a few ghosts Alison has her work cut out for her. When she promises Paul that she will help him solve some crimes if he helps scare the guests that stay at her guesthouse! She figured it would be maybe a once in a while thing but as soon as she agreed to their pact Paul gets them a case. Scott McFarlane got roped into a prank that turned deadly and he wants his named [...]

    5. Anastasia

      An Uninvited Ghost by E. J. Copperman is the second book in The Haunted Guesthouse Mystery series. Alison has opened her guesthouse to her first guests when she is also hired to investigate a possible accidental homicide by a ghost.Finding the alleged victim, Arlice Crosby, alive and well, she invites her to a seance at the guesthouse, where unfortunately she is murdered for real. I enjoyed this book very much. It was unlike anything I had read before and hard to put down. I liked the role the g [...]

    6. Nora-adrienne

      An Uninvited GhostAuthor E.J. CoppermanCopyright April 2011Publisher Berkeley Prime CrimeAlison Kerby ‘s guesthouse in the Jersey Shore town of Harbor Haven is open and ready for visitors. Now she just has to fill the rooms with paying guests. She decided to accept the offer from Edward Rance, who operates a unique tour group for seniors. The “unique” part of this, is that the groups visit haunted homes and are looking for spooks, spirits, ghosties even. Alison has cut a deal with her two [...]

    7. Alyssa White

      I did NOT see that coming!Such a great twist! So many interesting characters in this book it really left you wondering what was going to happen and what was going on. I really enjoyed picking up this book and learning more about the main character and her family/haunts.

    8. Chris

      Good continuation of the series - Alison now has her PI license, but she didn't really intend to actually use it

    9. Jennifer

      Pros: "An Uninvited Ghost" is a light and entertaining cozy with a nice bunch of recurring characters and a cute premise. Alison Kerby has bought an old Victorian home on the Jersey Shore and converted it into a guesthouse. Her first guests are a senior citizen tour group and the cast and crew of a "Jersey Shore"-like reality show. The seniors insist on seeing ghosts if Alison is to keep the business of the tour company and luckily her home is haunted by former owner Maxie and fellow murder vict [...]

    10. Alannah Davis

      Book #2 of the cozy mystery series about Alison Kerby and her resident ghosts, Paul and Maxie. Alison is now welcoming her first guests to the guesthouse: a group of senior citizens who are there for the promise of a supernatural experience. Alison also now has a private investigator's license because Paul-the-ghost thought they might solve a few cases together. Alison went to the trouble of studying for the exam and getting her license, but when Paul wants her to investigate a case for Scott, a [...]

    11. Marlyn

      In the second of the Haunted Guesthouse mysteries, Alison Kerby welcomes the first paying guests to her home.Alison is now a licensed private investigator, having agreed to help resident ghosts Paul Harrison (former P.I.) and Maxie Malone (former owner of the house) with the occasional investigation provided they'd appear for her lodgers twice a day. These particular guests are the first group (hopefully of many, if their experience is positive) from a company offering unique vacation experience [...]

    12. Sandra

      Fabulous! This is the second book in the Haunted Guesthouse series by E.J. Copperman. After the first book, Night of the Living Deed, I was hooked. After reading An Uninvited Ghost, I'm still hooked. When's the third book coming out?An Uninvited Ghost is something classic with a modern twist it reminded me of those old whodunnit books where someone is murdered and everyone in the room must stay until the detective solves it. Though, in this case, everyone had to stay in and around Alison Kerby's [...]

    13. Pat Edgar

      This is the second book in the haunted guesthouse series, and is every much as refreshing, quirky and enjoyable as the first. It provides a combination of tongue-in-cheek humour, wacky antics and a mysterious murder involving living and dead characters. The confusion that prevails is what makes this book quirky and fun.When Alison Kerby purchases an old property to convert into a guesthouse, she discovers that it comes with two resident ghosts, Paul Harrison (newly qualified P.I.) and Maxie Malo [...]

    14. Jeannie and Louis Rigod

      E.J. Copperman has penned another page-turning, laugh filled, and excellent murder mystery. The Title of the book is "An Uninvited Ghost." The Title should be "The Uninvited Ghosts and Guests."Resident Guesthouse Owner, new Private Investigator tries to keep order in her first week of opening her dream guesthouse in New Jersey. She already has the support of her darling daughter, Melissa. Her Mother, and Two resident ghosts. Now, the house is filled with a Senior Plus tour-group whom are excited [...]

    15. Lorraine

      As I have already read two books beyond this one, as I was reading this there was a great deal of repitition obviously. So I have decided to go ahead with this series not backwards. I like this series so I will continue reading it.

    16. Kristin

      I gave this four stars because I love the characters. This was a cute little mystery that had a twist I never saw coming.

    17. Tahmina

      So far I am loving E.J Copperman. The Haunted Guesthouse Mysteries are quickly becoming my favorite. They are just a good quick read and I love to read a couple of books like this a month. Anyway we continue this series with Alison and same people from the last book but this was more fun. She has her first group of guests coming and as she's accommodating them she also received people from a reality show. And then she has to take on a case, on top of everything else, from a ghost. It's a simple [...]

    18. Amanda

      Loved this one! Second in the Haunted Guesthouse series and it starts out with a bang. We meet a new ghost in this one, Scott McFarlane, when he comes to Alison Kerby's house looking for help. He was hired to play a prank on a woman in exchange for passage to "the other side" and has a problem. He's afraid that his prank might have been a murder and has no idea who hired him. Alison will need the help of her own resident ghosts, Paul and Maxie, and their connection to the "Ghosternet" to figure [...]

    19. Cheryl

      First time reading this author and I enjoyed reading it. The main character is Alison and she own a B & B and draw in people who want to see ghosts. She and her daughter with help from Mom and friends are trying to make a living doing this. They have the help of 2 real ghosts that live there. Alison and her daughter can see and talk to ghosts and work out a deal where twice a day the ghosts put on a show for the guests. A wealthy woman comes to join a seance they are putting on and ends up b [...]

    20. Crystal

      This book took me longer than expected to read. I simply loved book one, but this book took a little more work to read. I liked the twist. I had some idea it was coming from foreshadowing hints but not even close to the way it came. I loved the story. Maxie came into her own. I think I missed the Paul chemistry that the first book had. I certainly will be reading the next book.

    21. Lynette Caulkins

      OK, this was just fun. It made for a superb break in my interesting-but-heavy 900-page tome about Roosevelt. Nice unexpected twists in the legal/ghostie lines, and while I get tired of the put-down on the Ex (but I get it, too), the "migraine" substitutions for in-character profanities cracked me up.

    22. Christine

      The first book was better; this one dragged in spots, but it had a good ending. Glad I didn't give up.

    23. Sue Landes

      EJ Copperman is a fair writer. Not as funny as Evanovich. Almost as good as Leslie Meiers. Better than having nothing to read.

    24. Kathy

      I enjoyed the book up to 90%, but thought the ending was clunky. The author's ghost world rules had to be really stretched to pull off the ending.

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