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Ghost in the Closet by MK Theodoratus – Review


Over the years, Dumdie Swartz has developed many weird habits to hide the fact she sees ghosts. When her boss fired her because he thought her trances were mini-strokes, Dumdie becomes homeless, just another old lady living in her car. 

Being homeless isn’t Dumdie’s biggest problem. When she finds a room at a private shelter, Dumdie discovers the ghost of the previous owner haunts her room, a ghost with a problem of her own. Her will is lost, and the shelter’s existence is threatened. Dumdie must conquer her fear of upsetting people if she’s to find the will and save the shelter for herself and the other ladies.

My Review:

A short-but sweet story, that took me all of a half-hour to get through. I recommend this book for short commutes or sessions at the gym. It’s a simple story about losing hope and finding a new home. Would be great as an expanded story, with a little more mystery thrown in.


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May 26, 2014 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , ,

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