By Sue Ann Jaffarian
A new sequence debut from Odelia gray secret writer Sue Ann Jaffarian!
Granny used to be recognized for her award-winning apple pies-and infamous for murdering her husband Jacob at their abode in Julian, California. the single difficulty is, Granny was once framed, then murdered. For multiple hundred years, Granny's spirit has been looking for somebody to assist her see that justice is served―and she hits pay dust whilst she pops in to a séance attended by means of her great-great-great-granddaughter, modern day divorced mother Emma Whitecastle. jointly, Emma and Granny Apples clear up mysteries of the past―starting with Granny's personal unjust homicide rap within the ultimate days of the California Gold Rush.
Along with a sprinkling of heritage, this lively new secret sequence beneficial properties the beginner sleuth group of Emma Whitecastle and the spirit of her pie-baking great-great-great-grandmother, Granny Apples.
"A delectable first in a brand new paranormal comfortable sequence from Sue Ann Jaffarian."―Publishers Weekly
"A enjoyable new sequence. Ghostly puzzles are one of many fashionable new issues in comfortable mysteries, and it is a stable one."―Booklist
"Jaffarian has done a nifty task of incorporating Julian's heritage into her story of unresolved ghosts, uncanny psychics, unsolved murders and unsatisfied divorcees, whereas handily introducing a few characters, alive and useless, to hold the sequence forward."―North kingdom Times
"Emma handles her 'gift' of seeing the lifeless with aplomb, and sophistication. i will stay up for seeing the place the sequel will take Emma and Granny."―Deadly Pleasures
"A captivating story, as attractive as apple pie. I are expecting a longevity (and afterlife) for Sue Ann's most recent series."―Harley Jane Kozak, Agatha, Anthony and Macavity Award-winning writer of Dating lifeless Men
"Take colourful characters in a captivating surroundings, combine in a splash of romance, upload a pinch of the magical, and serve it up like one in every of Granny's recognized pies. I warrantly you can be again for seconds."―Deborah Sharp, writer of Mama Rides Shotgun