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By Mary Stanton

The sequence that is "a breath of unpolluted air for fanatics of paranormal comfortable mysteries" (Publishers Weekly, starred evaluate) legislations college hasn't ready Bree to attraction situations for the lifeless. After inheriting her great-uncle's haunted legislations company, she needs to now characterize ex-banker O'Rourke, who supposedly killed himself after wasting a fortune. yet with a merry widow and proof mounting, it really is commencing to seem like homicide. So Bree and her crew of angels start to examine. yet Bree quickly discovers that somebody might really see her deceased than debriefed.

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She stopped and threw her hands in the air. “General Sherman! ” This was Antonia’s idea of humor. General Sherman was the last person Savannah would erect a statute to. Bree still didn’t know if she saw Miles and Belli or not. ” Bree said carefully. Her sister stared at her. “What do you mean? There’s a forty-foot bronze statue in the middle of the park. It’s pretty hard to miss. Glad he’s back—although I have to say”—her voice dripped with sarcasm—“I hadn’t noticed that he was gone. Now, will you come on?

But she smiled. “You’re gorgeous. You’re talented. You’re superb. ” Bree held her hand up. “Just wait. ” “Sure. You know what I think? I think you’re a victim of ageism. ” Bree rubbed her arm. “I’ve warned you about pinching. ” “I don’t care if it’s the pope,” Bree said crossly. ” “That’s Tully O’Rourke! ” Antonia looked rattled. “Gosh. I didn’t actually think she’d show up. And—I don’t believe it! ” This time she pinched Bree really hard, just above the elbow. Bree hated being pinched. ” This was not enough to justify battery, in Bree’s opinion.

Then he sat down next to Tully and put his arm casually over the back of her chair. Tully sat with her straight, tailored back facing them. The auctioneer, with a stiff nod in Tully’s direction, signaled the start of bidding again, this time on a huge oil painting of Oglethorpe Square in Old Savannah. Bree wasn’t sure what she should do when the O’Rourke assets came up for bid. She paged through the catalog. The desk was part of a lot that contained almost all of O’Rourke’s home office: a fine rosewood credenza, a set of worn leather chairs, a box of odds and ends, and a surprisingly utilitarian gray metal filing cabinet.

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