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Two murders? A serial killer or a copycat trying to get away with murder?

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First time in paperback

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Fantasizing about the boss is one thing. Falling in love with him is quite another...

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Temptation. Seduction. Pleasure. It's all part of the game...

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One hopeless crush PLUS One pretend girlfriend…Equals TROUBLE!


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Also by Alice Kimberly:

The Ghost And The Haunted Mansion, January 2009
The Ghost And The Femme Fatale, May 2008
Mass Market Paperback
The Ghost and the Dead Man's Library, September 2006
The Ghost and the Dead Deb, September 2005
The Ghost and Mrs. McClure, February 2004

The Ghost and Mrs. McClure
Alice Kimberly

Haunted Bookshop #1
Berkley Prime Crime
February 2004
On Sale: February 1, 2004
Featuring: Penelope McClure
272 pages
ISBN: 0425194612
EAN: 9780425194614
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Mystery Woman Sleuth

The spirit is willing . . . to catch a killer.

Young widow Penelope McClure and her Aunt Sadie Thornton are making ends met by running their newly remodeled mystery bookshop, a quaint New England landmark, rumored to be haunted. Pen may not believe in ghosts, but she does believe in good publicity—like nabbing Timothy Brennan for a book signing. But soon after the bestselling crime writer reveals a secret about the store's link to a 1940's murder, he keels over dead, right in the middle of the store's new Community Events space.

Who gives Mrs. McClure the first clue that it was murder? The bookstore's full-time ghost, a tough-talking, hard- boiled private detective, who was murdered on the very spot more than fifty years before. Is Jack Shepard a figment of Pen's overactive imagination? Or is the oddly likeable fedora-wearing specter the only hope Pen has to solve the crime? You can bet your everlasting life on it.


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