Gavin turned to me and queried, "This isn't the first time you've seen ghosts, is it?" ...And so begins Shannon Delaney's assignment to write publicity for the Spotted Coyote. As the right spot for Grub, Spirits and Conjuring, it's an entertainment venue that's a re-invention of an Old-West Saloon in California's historic mountain town of Julian. The Spotted Coyote is more than what Shannon bargained for when she discovers the century-old murder of little Sarah Morghan. Sarah's ghost will not be denied, leaving Shannon no choice but to pursue haunting clues that pair jumping rope rhymes with rare books, treasure lore with a ghostly angel and an uncanny connection to the Scottish paranormal author, Robert Louis Stevenson. Assisting Shannon is Alex Blackthorne and Shannon's very own spectral guide; phantom magician from the 1800s, Eric Blackthorne.
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Elizabeth Eagan-Cox enjoys digging up history through her own ancestry that is documented to the 1600s in America and to Patriots of the American Revolution of 1776. Elizabeth is a member of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, known as the D.A.R. She is equally proud to be a member of the Irish Clan Mac Aodhagain with headquarters at Redwood Castle, Ireland. The authentic spelling of her surname Eagan is Mac Aodhagain (“Mac Egan”). Elizabeth resides in California. For A Ghost Meets an Angel, book three in Elizabeth’s Shannon Delaney paranormal mystery series, Elizabeth used history of the early 1900s to weave together various elements, including the collecting of rare books, California’s connection to the culture of the Southern states and the origin of jumping rope rhymes. And of course a little bit of magic as well as a nod and a wink to one of the world’s foremost paranormal authors, Robert Louis Stevenson. Visit Elizabeth Online: www.ElizabethEaganCox.net
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Book Description Write Words, Inc. / Cambridge Books, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1594318360