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Release day: In High Spirits

31 August 2020

Today is the official release of In High Spirits by Beth Prentice (A Dandelion Ponds Mystery, book 1) (ebook and paperback, self-published). Here’s the blurb:

How do you rest in peace when you’re stuck between two worlds?

Daisy Montgomery lived her best life. She was a good person, treated people well, was kind to animals and didn’t have any enemies. Or so she thought.

Then one night she was attacked by a force so powerful that it separated her body from her soul, and she found herself stuck somewhere between life and death. Unfortunately for Daisy being a spirit had its limitations, and it seemed unlike every other ghost she’d ever read about, she lacked the ability to walk through walls.

Luckily her little dog Albie led her to super sexy Charlie O’Sullivan, a man who can not only see her spirit and open doors for her, but he made her question everything she thought she knew about her life.

Was her fiancé really her soul mate who loved her more than her money?

Did her late father’s inheritance put a target on her back?

Did he bequeath her more than his money?

And what is the dark force that is shadowing her every move?

When her attacker kills again, she must use her newfound knowledge to discover who they are before her loved-one’s lives are irreversibly and tragically changed forever. With the help of Charlie and his merry band of spirit helpers, she followed the clues, leading her to a discovery that put her in a race against a murderer.

But can she solve the crime before the killer destroys everything she ever loved? Will she walk to the light and rest in peace? Or will she be stuck forever between the two worlds?

The secrets of Dandelion Ponds are so dangerous and treacherous that not even the dead can save them!

Beth dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:

In High Spirits is a very different sub-genre for me and came about after I was invited to write a novella as part of a paranormal anthology. My first reaction was to say no thank you, but very quickly the character of Daisy came to me. I loved the idea that she could be stuck between two worlds, in a coma but her spirit able to roam like a ghost. However I needed to give her some limitations, and I thought that not being a full spirit as such, then she could easily lack the ability to walk through walls. Instead she needs to get around as if she were alive. At times it posed a few challenges, but it was so much fun creating her character that I quickly decided to turn the novella into a series.

You can find out more about this book at Beth’s website or buy it from Amazon.

  1. 1 September 2020 7:04 am

    Congratulations Beth!

  2. Guiltless Passion permalink
    31 August 2020 11:32 am

    Oh this sounds very captivating. I’m going to check it out!

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