Title : Mrs. Morris and the Ghost
Series : Salem B&B Mysteries #1
Published : July 30,2019
My Rating :5
Charlene Morris knew Salem, Massachusetts had a spooky reputation. But when she decided to open her B&B there, she expected guests--not ghosts...
A grieving young widow, Charlene needed a new start--so she bought a historic mansion, sight unseen, and drove from Chicago to New England to start turning it into a bed-and-breakfast. On her first night in the house, she awakens to find a handsome man with startling blue eyes in her bedroom. Terror turns to utter disbelief when he politely introduces himself as Jack Strathmore--and explains that he used to live here--when he was alive. He firmly believes that someone pushed him down the stairs three years ago, and he won't be able to leave until someone figures out who. If Charlene wants to get her business up and running in time for the Halloween tourist rush, and get this haunting houseguest out of the way, she'll have to investigate. Though truth be told, this ghost is starting to grow on her .
Would I recommend it? Yes
Will I be reading more of the series ? Yes
Would I read more by this author ?yes
Once again Kensington Publishing has won me over with a great start to a new to me series , it has everything in it that I love about a cozy mystery ,and in a way it reminded me of an old black and white movie I grew up watch called The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
(1947), and it even had me laughing at times , wither it was the ghost , Charlene or the cat that just showed up and decided that it owned Charlene and the house , and the story its was such a fun read and enjoyable that i didn't want to put it down , it's was never slow going and has a nice place to it , as well as enjoyable characters and a bit of mystery as well as a ghost ,a maybe murder , a pushy cat , and has plenty of surprised as well as an ever growing list of suspects , and it also has a feeling like there might be a new romance on the horizon for Charlene . With that said I want to thank Netgalley as well as Kensington for letting me read and review it and I'm so looking forward to the second book.