Posted by: S. Elisabeth M. Abbott | October 12, 2018

31 Nights of Halloween – Cookies, Corpses and the Deadly Haunt

On the twelfth night of Halloween…

Cookies, Corpses and the Deadly Haunt by Rachael Stapleton

Cookies, Corpses and the Deadly Haunt is the second book in the Bohemian Lake Series, and it’s the first of the series dedicated to Juniper, Jack & their ghostly guests.

House flippers Jack & Juniper agree to lend and help prep their latest purchase—The Doctors House—an old Victorian mansion to act as the eerie setting for the town’s Halloween bash, they’re expecting to find missing floor boards, and pesky bats, not the ghostly specter of the murdered Doctors Wife.

But when the head of the council is found stuffed in a trunk in the attic, it appears history is repeating.

As June and the team, carry on with party preparations, they unravel a century of family secrets, whispers of lunacy—and the number one suspect goes on the run. But the victim’s family insists that the ball must go on, even with a killer on the loose. With Halloween fast approaching, June sees the woman in white and wonders if keeping the killer out was ever really a possibility. Now she’s desperate to unmask the killer before the Annual Halloween Bash turns into even more of a deadly haunt…

*For those of you who are new to my books, the Bohemian Lake series is a world comprised of three sets. Each set focuses on a different Bohemian resident(s), although all of the books intersect. *You will note characters cross books all the time. *

Reading Order:
Penning Trouble: Murder, She Floats,
Haunted House Flippers: Cookies, Corpses and the Deadly Haunt
Penning Trouble: Murder, She Slopes,
Haunted House Flippers: Candy Canes, Corpses and the Gothic Haunt
Bohemian Murder Manor: Gypsies, Traps & Missing Thieves
Bohemian Murder Manor: Make-Believes & Lost Memories
Haunted House Flippers: Crumb Cake, Corpses and the Run-of-the-Mill
Penning Trouble: Murder, Ye Bones

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Meet the Author…

Rachael Stapleton is a paranormal cozy mystery novelist who writes about spooky and unusual homes in a small town community—she also happens to live in one. And while her own Gothic Victorian home inspires the haunting behavior, she’s happy to say she’s actually ghost-free.

http://www.RachaelStapleton.com

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