Book Review: Ghouls, Ghouls, Ghouls

Ghouls, Ghouls, Ghouls, by Victoria Laurie

M.J. Holliday is part of a ghost hunting television show called Ghoul Getters. Their latest journey takes them to Dunlow Castle in Ireland, where a supposed treasure is hidden. But amidst its many ghosts, Dunlow Castle also harbors an evil phantom that has already caused the death of several trespassers. When M.J.’s producer disappears in the castle, the crew must face their fears and discover the mystery behind the phantom in order to find their producer and escape with their lives.

This is the fifth novel in the Ghost Hunter mystery series, but the first that I’ve read. I was pleasantly surprised how easy it was to jump in. Laurie’s characters are wonderfully quirky and fun. The story is fast-paced and completely engaging. If the rest of the series is half as entertaining as this, I want to go catch up on what I’ve missed. A wonderful mix of creepy ghosts, mystery, a bit of romance, and plenty of humor to lighten the mood – this novel was immensely enjoyable. Paranormal mystery fans, look no further.

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