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Christmas Cruise - Lana Malloy Paranormal Mystery #4 - cover

Christmas Cruise - Lana Malloy Paranormal Mystery #4

Kim Cox

Publisher: Kim Cox Books

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Summary

A ghostly and murderous cruise with a delicious who dun it. 
 
As soon as Lana Malloy boards the cruise ship, an eerie feeling of death surrounded her. She ignores it at first, thinking it’s her fear of the large ship since this is her first cruise. 
She has a vision of one woman’s rape and murder the first night. It’s not long before she is confronted by the spirits of other young women who has also been raped and then murdered. 
Now it’s up to her to find their murderer, someone who could be sailing with them. Can she help these women find the justice they deserve? 
 
Projected Scheduled Releases:  
Book 5: Haunted by Her Past - 2017 
Book 6: Demi's Serial Case - 2018 
Book 7: Death Comes Calling - 2017 
Book 8: Untitled 
 
Previous releases: 
Book 1: Haunted Hearts 
Book 2: Get Out or Die 
Book 3: The Wedding Crasher

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