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A Question of Ghosts #2020

A Question of Ghosts Becca Healy always believed she understood the shameful circumstances of her mother s death until the night her mother s spirit whispers a simple message out of the static of a radio Not true Becca tu

  • Title: A Question of Ghosts
  • Author: Cate Culpepper
  • ISBN: 9781602826724
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Question of Ghosts By Cate Culpepper, Becca Healy always believed she understood the shameful circumstances of her mother s death until the night her mother s spirit whispers a simple message out of the static of a radio Not true Becca turns to the terse Dr Joanne Call, an expert in Electronic Voice Phenomenon ghost voices to unravel the mystery of this decades old tragedy Joanne can coax messages out ofBecca Healy always believed she understood the shameful circumstances of her mother s death until the night her mother s spirit whispers a simple message out of the static of a radio Not true Becca turns to the terse Dr Joanne Call, an expert in Electronic Voice Phenomenon ghost voices to unravel the mystery of this decades old tragedy Joanne can coax messages out of the silence of the grave, but coping with this feisty, emotional Healy person might be completely beyond her Together, Becca and Jo must tackle childhood grief, a serial killer, Xena withdrawal, and a growing attraction between the two most mismatched women in Seattle.

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    1. Once I read the synopsis for this book, I knew it had to be bumped up on my to read list I love books that deal with real world paranormal subjects like ghost hunting and EVP, and I love when the true believer and the skeptic have to work together to solve a mystery In this book, we get two believers who approach a case from two angle Jo is a professional who seeks proof, and Becca is a woman trying to solve the mysteries of her parents deaths when she was only five.The mystery plot was awesome [...]

    2. If you liked Cate s Lambda winning River Walker, you ll LOVE A Question of Ghosts The two main characters are beautifully developed,the dialog is brisk and the writing crisp Don t miss this one It s one of those that when you are finished, you close the book and say, Wow.

    3. Wow Great fun to read this one This is my first Culpepper, but it certainly will not be the last A perfect blend of mystery, paranormal and romance with a nice dose of humor An excellent book that goes on my re read list.

    4. A sensitive love story between a spirited, nurturing social worker with a traumatic past and a cold, socially challenged scientist she hires to help her decipher a ghostly message from her late mother There is so much to it than meets the eye, however, as their quest digs deeper and gets dangerous as the mystery intensifies I love the perfect juxtaposition of romance developing alongside the mystery The characters also develop nicely as they interact with one another The author treats the scie [...]

    5. I loved the story Just when you thought it s going one way, it suddenly shifts the other way I had my initial suspicions about what really happened on the night of Becca s 5th birthday I was right about the Who but wrong about the Why unexpected plot twist by the way.I found the initial awkward interaction between Jo and Becca to be tender view spoiler This developed into a friendship Jo didn t want to acknowledge In the process of helping Becca find the truth about the night her parents died, B [...]

    6. I really admire Culpepper s writing, especially her storytelling abilities to hook you and take you through the duration of the novel I ve read two of her other novels, the latest being her Lambda winning River Walker A Question of Ghosts is along the same lines as River Walker Her character development is amazing She s not afraid to give her characters flaws, which to me makes you even invested in their lives I highly recommend this book and can t wait for her next release

    7. I ve read some mixed reviews on this book but I thoroughly enjoyed it I have no idea if the author intended the first few chapters to be as funny in spots as they were but there were definitely a few places where I was laughing so hard I had tears in my eyes My absolute favorite scene was the Ghost yelling Becca Run and the description of the events afterward I m still giggling at the visual that was created for me.I liked the interaction between Becca and Jo and the development of both characte [...]

    8. I was a little hesitant to read A Question of Ghosts simply because I am a scaredy cat when it comes to, well, anything scary Knowing what an excellent story teller Cate Culpepper is, I knew this story would not disappoint in character development as well as having a captivating story line I was not disappointed in getting scared, in loving the characters dynamic personalities, and getting caught up in the story and wanting to know who did it already Ms Culpepper did an excellent job of laying d [...]

    9. This strays very much from my usual genres but I m pleasantly surprised I thought this book would be much about the supernatural and the processes involved in communicating with the other side While particular scenes do focus on it and it is the general theme of the book, it isn t the focus I did finish it in a day however, which speaks volumes for its readability.

    10. An interesting premise in too short of a book which left too many gaps and unanswered questions for me I m still a fan of Culpepper if you haven t already, read Riverwalker And if you re a X G uber fan the Tristaine series is a recommended read Two and a half stars.

    11. I must confess that one night I had to stop reading this story and start something else because I felt the creepiness surround me The book never reaches the peaks of horror books, because the ghost is pretty gentle and not harmful toward one of the protagonists, but I felt impressed I think it was especially because Becca, the character who was hearing the voice, was living with such a stress that it transferred to me The tone of the whole story is very funny at times, though, so I can t classif [...]

    12. I ve enjoyed all three of Culpepper present day stories I haven t read her Tristaine series and while I m not usually a fan of the paranormal I do like the way Culpepper incorporates these aspects into her stories This book leaned on the paranormal than Fireside my favourite so far but the mystery was intriguing and the pacing such that it flowed nicely.I enjoyed the characters, both main and supporting but my only criticism would be that some didn t seem fleshed out enough We learnt plenty abo [...]

    13. I liked it, as the three stars say, and to be honest I had huge expectations after River Walker.Culpepper s writing is satisfying on all levels professional editing, believable characters, a spookily fascinating EVP Electronic Voice Phenomena storyline, and a plot with red herrings than a North Atlantic fishing fleet The only thing lacking for me, was that elusive, ineffable quality of heart the story felt genre driven than soul inspired, but lesfic fans will not be disappointed in A Question [...]

    14. It was a good because I wondered if maybe the main character was just crazy and it was all in her mind or if some one playing a trick on her By the end I was just like What the hell is going on here I really like the relationship the author developed even beyond the two main characters The friendship seemed really sweet cause the one character didn t even expect to get that kind of acceptance Plus it has Xena mentioned Love Xena lol

    15. Loved this Intrigue and humour, great combo and so finely balanced Jo is a wonderful quirky, flawed character, one of my all time favourite fictional lesbian And Becca is just delicious This book is on my re read list and has become a treat to dip into.

    16. I couldn t wait to find out what would happen at the end of the book And all of the Xena references were a lot of fun be sure to read this book if you re a fan of the show, as there will be a lot of winks and nods directed towards it scattered throughout the book.

    17. Very interesting I really like the suspense and the chemistry between Jo and Becca Their feelings flow so naturally that it doesn t feel forced at all.

    18. Enjoyed this book very much, the characters were written to feel real Maybe I just find the paranormal interesting, it was a great storyline.

    19. I really enjoyed this book I haven t seen a relationship dynamic like this in fiction yet and thought it was refreshing Definitely recommend.

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