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Get Out Or Die - Lana Malloy Paranormal Mystery #2 - cover

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Get Out Or Die - Lana Malloy Paranormal Mystery #2

Kim Cox

Publisher: Kim Cox Books

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Summary

A Private Investigator of the Unusual... 
 
Lana Malloy has a new case and has accepted Tony Calabria's proposal of marriage. Is she ready for either? While Lana is more at ease with the angry ghost, she can't seem to set a date for their wedding. 
Tony is trying to be patient but he's being a nag and he knows it. He can't understand why Lana can't or won't set the date. What is she afraid of? 
Lana has a frightening new ability--an ability that could give the spirit the upper hand if she's not careful. Can she control the situation or will the ghost sense he can overtake her? Does she have other abilities she can rely on to save her? 
 
When she encounters an angry ghost who doesn't want to leave and who doesn't want the occupants of the house to stay, Lana struggles for control. Her only hope is for her spirits to guide her. 
 
Review Quotes: 
"...Lana Malloy helps restless spirits, and the families they are haunting, find peace. The murder mystery aspect adds a nice touch of intrigue...a page turner..." 
~Paranormal Romance Reviews 
 
"This is a delightfully comedic story about the adventures of Lana Malloy, a young woman who is able to communicate with the ghost to help them move on. When suddenly ghosts are able to possess her body, things get more out of hand than usual.” 
~The Romance Studio 
 
Each book stands alone with a satisfying ending. 
 
Projected Scheduled Releases:  
Book 1: Haunted Hearts - March 2015 
Book 3: The Wedding Crasher - September 2015  
Book 4: Christmas Cruise - November 2015  
Book 5: Haunted by Her Past - Fall 2017 
Book 6: Demi's Serial Case - TBA

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