The Haunted Hideout by Doris Hale Sanders
(The Ghost Trilogy) (Volume 2)

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Ed & Penny Wroe and six-year-old twins, Andy & Candy, live near Fordsville, KY in a haunted house they found in the first book in this trilogy, "The Ghostly Hideaway." Daughter, Crissy, lives nearby with new hubby, Johnny O'Reilly. Ed & Johnny have a new employee, Ramon Mendez, in their carpenter business who ends up being shot. Ramon learned the hard way that being in a heroin smuggling gang means you don't quit without consequences. A long-lost aunt, Wilhelmina, discovers she can communicate with the Wroe's resident ghosts. She finds out that the triplet sisters who lived there during the French and Indian wars also suffered the consequences of trying to buck the system. Now Wilhelmina must find a way to free their spirits. The twins find their very own ghost and Shadowhawk needs their help badly. He had been banished by his tribe when accused of a bank robbery. Even though he was not guilty, he must find a way to prove his innocence before he can be free to join the spirit world. These ghostly happenings along with heroin smuggling, murder, crooked cops and scheming politicians, one planned pregnancy and another definitely unplanned along with a mature but very sweet romance, spice up this thriller which switches locales between Laredo, TX and the Kentucky Haunted Hideout. Detective Bernie Tavelerio along with another brave young man who did find a way out, lead the way in finding justice for his fallen friend. The third book in the trilogy is, "The Phantoms' Refuge."
 

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Published May 9, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 206 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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