“A Ghost Of A Chance” by Morgana Best – REVIEW

*I received a free copy of this book. I also bought one because it was that good.*

“A Ghost Of A Chance” (Witch Woods Funeral Home Book 1) sets up what is sure to be another great series from Morgana Best. This is the 10th (11th?) of her books I’ve read this year, and although it’s now December I think I’ll probably squeeze in another two. I love the style of Morgana’s books – classic cosy mystery with a dash of humour that makes you laugh out loud.

What were the main things I liked about this book? I loved the unusual setting of the funeral home as the murder scene and also as the main character’s business. As always, the small-town atmosphere of the book was right on point. I found Laurel’s mother equal parts hilarious and infuriating. (There is one scene in particular where Laurel and her mother talk about ‘knowing’ someone, which had me in stitches the whole time.)

The book also contains some intriguing clues about what will happen later in the series – ghosts and witches, plus the hot accountant with a touch of mystery about him…

I’m so glad to have another great series to read and I’m looking forward to reading the second book! Prolific authors for the win.

Get your copy of A Ghost Of A Chance here.

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