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The Psychic Agency: The Ghost from the Molly-House

Publish Date: Feb 13, 2019

Genre: Historical Mysteries

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Grahame Peace Historical Mysteries, Mysteries, Supernatural Suspense, Historical Fiction, Literary Fiction, LGBT, Humor, Fantasy

I was born in Huddersfield in England where I have lived for most of my life. I've always enjoyed writing, but I actually worked for many years in Mental Health. Since I retired writing has become my full-time occupation. My fictional book genres are humour, paranormal-supernatural-historical-fantas...

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ASIN: B07NQLNF3N
Publish Date: 13, Feb 2019
Language: English
Page Count: 203

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    • grahamepeace 2 months Post AdminAuthor
    • Meet Jasper a time-travelling super-ghost with a sense of humour, in these eerie, historic, amusing, paranormal stories.

      The Psychic Agency is based in London, England. It's run by Portia Winterman, a psychic, Gerard Monterey a noted historian and empath, Kate Greville a white witch, and Orlando Johnson a sci-fi geek and computer expert. They are assisted by an 18th-century super-ghost called Jasper Claxton, although none of the agency members is aware that Jasper is a ghost.

      This is the fourth book in ‘The Ghost from the Molly-House’ series and is set in the present technological age. In the first story, ‘The Book of Thoth’ the agency is called to the home of a wealthy businessman who’s made his fortune from computer software and is a collector of ancient Egyptian artefacts. He’s just gone through a messy divorce from his wife, who’s a social media and reality TV star. He’s convinced his home has been possessed by evil.

      The second story, ‘The Castle Stewart Werewolf’ is set in Scotland at a 15th century Castle. The agency is called in to investigate the legend of a werewolf; the owners are convinced the curse of a werewolf may have returned.

      The Ghost from the Molly-House series is a collection of amusing, paranormal-historical-mysteries, which will appeal to fans of antiquity, period detective novels, tales of haunted houses, and all things that go bump in the night. Although this is the fourth book in the series, the novel can be enjoyed as a stand-alone story in its own right.
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