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There's Scott Wilder: The founder of the firm, Scott has a head for business and a passion for the paranormal. His motto is: Ghosts don't kill people. Running away from ghosts, tripping and breaking your neck in the process, kills people.
There's Anjali Kumar: A reluctant psychic, Anjali can communicate with the dead but can't beat the house in Vegas. Her typical Indian parents believe in reincarnation and karmic debt, but a telepathic daughter is something they prefer to deny.
Last, but not least, is Coulter Marshall: A telekinetic cowboy from Tennessee, Coulter can move objects with his mind and the ladies with his good looks. He has the face of an angel and the charisma of the devil.
Find out what happens when three people from very different backgrounds band together to help San Francisco solve its supernatural problems.
Who says there's no such thing as ghosts. . . ?
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Sonia Singh lives in Orange County, California, with her cat Kali Mata. When not writing books, she dances in front of the mirror in imitation of a belly-baring Bollywood babe.From Publishers Weekly:
An amateur ghost-hunting team takes on a professional-grade haunting in this pale paranormal novel by the author of Bollywood Confidential and Goddess for Hire. Former stockbroker Scott Wilder recruits Indian-American psychic Anjali Kumar for his San Francisco ghost-hunting firm, the Cold Spot. Soon, the pair picks up the telekinetic drifter Coulter Marshall, whose golden-boy looks get more ink than his talents. The trio lands jobs removing spirits from expensive homes, but Singh's ghosts aren't scary in the least; they're just a pretext for the heroes to zip around the Bay Area and for Scott's ex-girlfriend, parapsychologist Vivica Bates, to re-enter the picture with her own paranormal investigation team. By the time the teams go head-to-head at a military base to impress the Department of Defense by exorcising the spirit of a tortured soldier, the mission is less important than the goofy antics that ensue. The spooky moments are brief, but the book's unlikely heroes make for pleasant company. (Jan.)
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