Who Murdered The Ghost (#1)

Who Murdered The Ghost Murderers Beware Hazel Cartbell and Chief Kenneth Rasmussen are on the case When the police are flooded with reports of ghost sightings at Old Center Cemetery Hazel and her superior officer Chief Ra

  • Title: Who Murdered The Ghost (#1)
  • Author: Ellie Oberth
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 156
  • Format: ebook
  • Murderers Beware Hazel Cartbell and Chief Kenneth Rasmussen are on the case.When the police are flooded with reports of ghost sightings at Old Center Cemetery, Hazel and her superior officer, Chief Rasmussen, discover a corpse in Old Center Cemetery.They must identify the body and sift through the clues before they can bring a killer to justice.If only they can discourageMurderers Beware Hazel Cartbell and Chief Kenneth Rasmussen are on the case.When the police are flooded with reports of ghost sightings at Old Center Cemetery, Hazel and her superior officer, Chief Rasmussen, discover a corpse in Old Center Cemetery.They must identify the body and sift through the clues before they can bring a killer to justice.If only they can discourage the townspeople s help.

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    1. In the first book of the Hazel Cartbell mystery series we are introduced to Hazel and her superior Chief Rasmussen. Together, they are on the job and investigating the mysterious happenings in the small New Hampshire town.When they are called to investigate the ghost sightings at the Old Center Cemetery, they are skeptical. They wouldn’t even have bothered investigating if the sighting hadn’t been reported by Sister Marie Catherine. At 92 years of age, the nun is not someone you ignore. So, [...]

    2. What a fun short story (mystery)!I adore Hazel Cartbell with her razor wit and running commentary on everything from the local nun horning her way into the investigation to her crush on her much older - and oblivious - boss, the chief of police.I had a lot of fun riding alongside Cartbell as she hunts for clues, fields family problems, stops for spaghetti and tracks down the killer.I highly recommend 'Who Murdered The Ghost?'

    3. This "book" was only 52 pages. An easy read. A lot of names to keep up with for such a short story, but done nicely. Hope she writes more, but longer books.

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