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Seeing the Light

A Marie Jenner Mystery: Book 1

E. C. Bell

Marie Jenner has never had much luck. Her job sucks. Her apartment -- the one with the unbreakable lease -- has a ghost. And worst of all, her mother won't let up about her joining the "family business." Since that business is moving the spirits of the dead on to the next plane of existence and doesn't pay at all, Marie's not interested. She wants a normal job -- a normal life. That's not too much to ask, is it?

Apparently, it is. Even when she applies for the job of her dreams, Marie doesn't get what she wants. Well, not entirely. She does get the job -- but she also gets another ghost. Farley Hewitt, the newly dead caretaker of the building, wants her to prove his death is not an accident, and she's pretty sure he's going to haunt her until she does.

All she wants is normal. She isn't going to get it.

Drowning in Amber

A Marie Jenner Mystery: Book 2

E. C. Bell

Marie Jenner is at it again!

In this fast-paced paranormal mystery, the second in the Marie Jenner Mystery series, amateur sleuth Marie Jenner tries--one more time with feeling--to pull her life together. She takes on the case of Honoria Lowe, a woman of interest in Eddie Hansen's gruesome murder by crucifixion.

Since Marie knows where Eddie Hansen's spirit is, she figures it will be a slam dunk. All she has to do is ask him who nailed him to the tree, and she'll have one in the win column for her more or less boss, James Lavall.

But, James thinks Honoria's either crazy or lying, and doesn't want to take her case. Worse than that, Marie can't find Eddie. He should be right by the crucifixion tree, but he isn't. Of course.

There's never a ghost around when you want one.