Review: Ghost of a Chance

28320545Ghost of a Chance by Angie Fox

Another quick foray into Sugarland, Ghost of a Chance has Verity and gangster ghost Frankie helping out ghost buddy Matthew Jackson to recover a necklace that his mother had promised him – 150 years ago. Verity (with Frankie, of course) crashes a party at the Jackson home by working as a server during the annual family Christmas party to reunite a son (who has spent the last 150 years feeling bitterly alone after his mother threw him out for joining the Union army during the Civil War) and a mother who has spent the last 150 years mourning him. The part where Verity was trying to get the mother to look out the window and see him? *sniffle* And a happy ending? You can’t go wrong.

The great thing about these very short stories is how rich the plot is, considering there’s only 40 pages! The story unfolds quickly, with just the right amount of detail to be a satisfying read without feeling incomplete or rushed.

Overall, enjoyable and satisfying, Ghost of a Chance is a great little tale to while away an hour.

Ghost of a Chance is available at Amazon  | Barnes & Noble

Series: Southern Ghost Hunter #2.5
Rating:★★★★★ 5 stars
Publisher:Moose Island Books
Publication Date:Jan. 4, 2016
Language: English
Formats: Kindle/ePub
ISBN:2940157706692
ASIN: B01H65B0NM
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Reviewer: Tam (Mystereity Reviews)
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