Dec 14, 2023

Books from the Backlog #61


Books from the Backlog is a fun way to feature some of those neglected books sitting on your bookshelf unread.  If you are anything like me, you might be surprised by some of the unread books hiding in your stacks. This is a fun meme hosted by Carole @ Carole's Random Life in Books.


In the latest Haunted Home Renovation mystery from New York Times bestselling author Juliet Blackwell, San Francisco contractor — and reluctant ghostbuster — Mel Turner gets hired for a job that's to die for.

Lately, Mel has been worried about finding enough historic renovation work to pay the bills. But while Turner Construction is in need of a project, Mel’s boyfriend, Graham, has his hands full managing the reconstruction of an ancient building shipped over from Scotland.
With the job plagued by rumors that the stones are cursed, Graham brings in Mel to look for paranormal activity. And while the ghost of a charming Scottish clansman does seem to be hanging around the site, the real shock comes when they stumble upon a body.
When the original construction crew starts running scared, Mel brings in her team to finish the job. Now all she has to do is nail down the killer, and put the spirits to rest, before anyone else winds up heading for the highlands…


I added Keeper of the Castle by Juliet Blackwell to my TBR in April of actually could've been closer to the release date, but I am notoriously bad about adding books to Goodreads as I get them! I just found one from probably around this same time that I forgot to mark as read...nearly 10 years later! So yeah. But anyway, I loooove Blackwell's cozy paranormal mysteries! They are so much fun! It's been awhile since I last read this series about Mel who renovates old historical homes and always winds up with a ghost or two and possibly murder! They're fun and I really need to get back to them when I'm between series!





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