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Ghost in the Polka Dot Bikini (Ghost of Granny Apples Mysteries) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Sue Ann Jaffarian
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  • Taschenbuch: 298 Seiten
  • Verlag: Midnight Ink; Auflage: Original (8. Februar 2011)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 9780738713823
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738713823
  • ASIN: 0738713821
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 20,2 x 13,6 x 2,1 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 1.071.781 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Ghost in the Polka Dot Bikini Imagine spending eternity with your backside hanging out--that's what Emma Whitecastle and Granny Apples can't help but think when they meet the ghost of Tessa North frolicking in the surf off Catalina Island. Tessa, a young starlet who died on the island in the 1960s wearing nothing but a polka dot bikini, won't cross over until "Curtis" comes for her. To help the winsome, bikini-clad spirit, Emm... Full description


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4.0 von 5 Sternen Granny Apples 2 23. Februar 2011
Von Fancy
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Der Auftakt zu dieser überaus charmanten Krimiserie hat mir thematisch und inhaltlich besser gefallen, aber auch Band 2 ist nicht zu verachten.
Kaum glaubt man die Autorin hätte in ihrem Debüt schon sämtliche Register gezogen, überrascht sie doch auch hier wieder mit noch mehr Dramatik und Spannung. Am Ende überschlagen sich die Ereignisse so sehr, dass man sich fast in einem Kinofilm wähnt. Und Granny Apples ist einfach wunderbar schrullig und liebenswert.

Ich hoffe auf eine kurze Wartezeit und baldiges Wiedersehen mit Emma & Granny!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The Ghost Waiting for Curtis 1. März 2011
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Emma Whitecastle and boyfriend Phil Bowers are spending a nice romantic Thanksgiving on Catalina Island. Unfortunately, their weekend is cut short when Emma sees the young, bikini clad ghost of Tessa North playing in the waves. The young woman seems to be confused about whether she is dead or not, but either way she insists that she can't leave the beach because Curtis is going to come back for her.

Emma feels for Tessa, so she begins to look into the woman's life. She quickly determines that in life Tessa was a young actress who vanished not too long after bobby Kennedy was assassinated in 1968. As the investigation begins to hit closer to home, Emma feels compelled to find out exactly what happened to Tessa. But does she really want to know the truth?

While I don't normally go for supernatural/paranormal books, I had fun with the first in this series, so I had to find out what happened to Emma in her next adventure. Sure enough, it was another fun story. The plot kept me wondering what was really happening from the very beginning, and I read this book very quickly to reach the great climax.

The characters are still great as well. The series characters were reintroduced well, something I was glad of since it's been a year and a half since the first book came out. The new characters were well developed as well. And yes, Granny Apples, Emma's great-great-great grandmother is back again as well. Granny is such a hoot, I love any time she is in a scene.

If you have even a passing interest in the popular paranormal cozy sub-genre, you owe it to yourself to check out this delightful series. You'll be hooked before you know it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Sue Ann Jaffarian Just Keeps Getting Better and Better! 30. Januar 2011
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The Ghost of Granny Apples is back better than ever! I was in the middle of a great book when this book arrived. I tried not to pick it up, but had to. It is wonderful! There is humor and mystery combined. I read a lot of mystery books and figure out who the "bad guy" is before the book ends. I didn't in this book and loved that! All of Jaffarian's books are "must reads".
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An Otherworldly Pleasure! 14. Februar 2011
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I absolutely loved the first book in this series "Ghost a la Mode" and waited with baited breath for "Ghost in a Polka Dot Bikini". I consoled and amused myself by keeping up with Sue Ann Jaffarian's other two series, "Odelia Grey Mysteries", and the new "Madison Rose Vampire Mysteries". Love them both, but I simply adore Granny Apples.

Rich in well-rounded, human and non-human characters, "Ghost in the Polka Dot Bikini" is touching, funny, charming and true to life. All that in a paranormal cozy mystery! Who could ask for more?

I really enjoy Ms. Jaffarian's writing style. She writes with an easy manner that makes for a pleasurable read every time. In this case, a most otherworldly pleasure.

Since I have it on good authority that the third book in the series is in the works as I type this, I know that I have something special to look forward to when Granny Apples and Emma Whitecastle return with another unique adventure soon!

Sue Ann Jaffarian: You rock!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A Fun, Light-hearted Read! 12. Oktober 2011
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Recently I heard a well-known author state that sometimes a book is just a book and the words written purely for pleasure. This is certainly the case when referring to the "Ghost in the Polka Dot Bikini", Sue Ann Jaffarian's recent installment to her Ghost of Granny Apples Mystery series. It was pure enjoyment.
Emma Whitecastle is enjoying her own personal sliver of success and loving her life. Who wouldn't in her shoes? Yes, she's had scrapes in the past but with her loving beau--who fully accepts her unusual talents, ghosts and all--and a hot new Hollywood hit The Whitecastle Report, which naturally focuses on the world of spirits and paranormal, Emma is back on track for a lifetime of happiness.
So, it came as no shock to Emma or her boyfriend Phil, when she sees the young and scantily clad woman frolicking in the Catalina waves on Thanksgiving weekend. No one still breathing would be able to handle the chill of the Pacific clothed only in a very small, polka dot bikini, but this ghost seems blissfully unaware, sparking Emma's curiosity.
As she begins to formulate a plan for a possible, future show on the ghosts of Catalina, Emma and Phil soon discover this young girl's demise may not have been so nice. In fact, the lack of information makes it downright questionable and the idea that this might have been murder spurs the amateur sleuth in Emma to rise to the surface. She and her dear, departed Granny Apples are on the case.
Jaffarian's clear passion for writing comes through with lively characters, each brimming with wit and intelligence and making for a fun, light-hearted read.
Reviewed by Shannon Raab with Suspense Magazine
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Ghost in the Polka Dot Bikini is a great read 18. September 2011
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Ghost in the Polka Dot Bikini
By Sue Ann Jaffarian
Copyright February 2011
Publisher Midnight Ink

Imagine spending eternity with your backside hanging out--that's what Emma Whitecastle and Granny Apples can't help but think when they meet the ghost of Tessa North frolicking in the surf off Catalina Island. Tessa, a young starlet who died on the island in the 1960s wearing nothing but a polka dot bikini, won't cross over until Curtis comes for her. To help the winsome bikini-clad spirit, Emma and Granny must find out who Curtis is and how Tessa died. Their investigation takes them from the grit and glamor of Hollywood to Kennedy-era political intrigue--before hitting dangerously close to home.

Emma's daughter Kelley has let her mom know that she isn't coming home for Thanksgiving. She staying with friends in Connecticut for the Holiday Weekend. Emma's parents are on a cruise, and Phil's boys (who are a little older than Kelley) are staying with their mother for the holiday. Sam decides that they need to get away, just the two of them and thinks a long weekend on Catalina Island is just the thing for them.
The problem of course is that Catalina is where Emma and her cheating ex husband spent a lot of time. The memories are painful to her, so finding a place to stay that didn't hurt was very difficult. Emma and Phil finally agreed on the Hotel Metropole, after Phil told her that she couldn't go through life avoiding every place she and her ex stayed when they were married. He booked them into a mini suite with a lovely view of the ocean. On a morning stroll, exploring the beachfront shops windows before the village of Avalon was fully awake, Emma sees the ghost of a young woman sitting on a tiled bench, her face turned towards the early morning sun as if it was high noon in July.
From this point on Emma, Granny Apples and the Ghost will be getting to know each other quite well as Emma, and Granny investigate how the young woman died, and why. As the story continues from this point I had thoughts of Poirot and the Murder on the Orient Express. Christie's story keeps popping into my head the further I get into this Latest Ghost of Granny Apples Mystery.

I love the Ghost of Granny Apples Mystery series as much as I also love the Odelia Grey Mysteries and the Madison Rose Vampire Mysteries. Let's just say that Sue Ann's books keep me intrigued and entertained extremely well.

FTC Full Disclosure: I bought this book from an online retailer with the full intention of sharing my thoughts in a review.
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