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Haunted Hearts - Lana Malloy Paranormal Mystery #1 - cover

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Haunted Hearts - Lana Malloy Paranormal Mystery #1

Kim Cox

Publisher: Kim Cox Books

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Summary

Lighthearted paranormal mystery with immensely charming and humorous ghosts. 
Humor, romance, mystery, and a little something extra with a light paranormal-tone. 
Lana Malloy is trying to get her new private investigator business off the ground, but she's no ordinary investigator. She has paranormal gifts and abilities that guide her. Her great aunt, who has been dead for twenty years, offers to be her first client. 
At first, Tony Calabria doesn't want to help Lana solve her aunt's murder since his family considers Lucy the reason for his own grandfather's death. But his grandfather disagrees and is eager for his murderer to be found. 
Together, Lana, Tony and the ghosts work out a plan where the guilty party will be begging to confess. 
Will Lana Malloy solve the twenty-year-old double murder of her great aunt and her great aunt's fiancé by Memorial Day? If she can, they'll spend eternity together; if she can't, they'll be stuck as Haunted Hearts for another year. 
For readers who enjoy a great ghost story, a laugh or two, and an exciting mystery. 
Look inside for a bonus. 
Projected Scheduled Releases: 
Book 2: Get Out or Die - July 2015 
Book 3: The Wedding Crasher – September 2015 
Book 4: Christmas Cruise – December 2015 
Book 5: Haunted by Her Past - Fall 2017 
Book 6: Demi's Serial Case - TBA
Available since: 03/30/2015.

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