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North Regional - Large Print. Place Hold. When M. As the demon steps up its attacks on M. The plot follows the intrepid trio as they pack up their ghost-fighting equipment and set out to solve the mystery of who called up the demon and how to get rid of it once and for all. The human villain is not hard to spot, but the climactic scene in which he is caught has the requisite demonic danger.
As for characterization, Gilley is still the hysterical gay stereotype, Heath is an emotionless pretty boy, and M. As in previous books, this plot has some inconsistencies. For example, on page , Heath "had never heard the legend " of the white hawk and the black hawk. But on page , Heath says, "I heard the legend as a kid. I realize that Victoria Laurie herself has a pet parrot named Doc, but does M. Larding the stories with Doc's not-so-funny antics doesn't add to the humor; it's just annoying.
Plus, can you imagine that your best friend would transport your pet parrot from the East Coast to Santa Fe because the two of you miss each other so much? I can't.
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Almost as soon as they arrive, M. The Widow is in league with a demon, and she's determined to kill anyone who dares trespass into her part of the castle. She has also imprisoned some unfortunate ghosts somewhere near her portal, binding them with metaphysical chains so that they cannot escape to the afterlife. Early in the story, the Widow grabs Heath and nearly drowns him in the moat, and M. Gilley is his usual annoying self until he meets up with a new boyfriend and calms down considerably — thank goodness!
The grouchiest person in this book is Gopher, M. The plot follows M. The Widow is the most evil and vicious ghost that M. This had less to do with hormones and more to do with the fact that the Welsh are a rather proper lot, with a relatively low tolerance for those foreigners playing a little nooky under the table.
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Another shock comes when M. Things come to a head one night when M. First, Luke has a nightmare — thrashing around and kicking his legs in his sleep. But then he calms down, gets dressed, and runs out the front door before they can stop him. Before long, police sirens start screaming in the distance and Luke runs back into the house covered with blood that is not his own.
When the police arrive, they arrest Luke for the murder of a young woman in the neighborhood and drag M. Luckily, Gilley has all of the evening's activities on tape, which helps M. Dakota Cassidy. The Witch and the Dead. The Goodbye Witch. A Toxic Trousseau.
Tarnished and Torn. Armed and Fabulous. Camilla Chafer. Moves Like Jagger. A Haunting Is Brewing. An Unhappy Medium. Dawn Eastman. Drop Dead Beauty. Wendy Roberts. Home For the Haunting. Dead Suite. Inspector Specter. A Potion to Die For. My Favorite Witch. Annette Blair. Take the Monkey and Run. Laura Morrigan. Ghost in the Wind. A Tiger's Tale. Some Enchanted Eclair. Bailey Cates. A Killing Notion.
Melissa Bourbon. Magic and Macaroons. A Fright to the Death. In a Witch's Wardrobe. Charms and Chocolate Chips. A Seamless Murder. The Good, the Bad, and the Witchy. Fit to Die. Ellery Adams. Throw in the Trowel. Kate Collins. Murder on the House.
Horse of a Different Killer. A Ghostly Light. The Thrill of the Haunt.
A Witch Before Dying. Undeniably Yours.
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Heather Webber. Woof at the Door. Grounds to Kill. What's New, Pussycat? Seeds of Deception. Sheila Connolly. A Custom-Fit Crime.
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