Monday, March 6, 2017

The Skeleton Haunts A House by Leigh Perry

Last night I finished The Skeleton Haunts a House by Leigh Perry. I adore this series and thank my friend Karen Kenyon for getting me started on this series as well as buying me books two and three. This is a paranormal cozy that reads like a traditional cozy, and it is brilliant. I found myself holding my breath, saying "oh no" out loud and putting the book down in anger with one of the characters when I was in disbelief of the story lines epic and well thought out tangents!  I loved this story, mystery and result. I was guessing until the end and I was very relieved that my suspicions for who was the murderer was wrong. A great cozy and a great series. I am thrilled to learn that there are more adventures with Sid coming soon, sadly not with Berkley though. I can not say enough about this series and how much I enjoy it. I can not wait to see what Sid gets up to next, The Thackery Family and the Carney's too...
Sid the Skeleton bones up on clues to solve a Haunted House homicide in this mystery from the author of "The Skeleton Takes a Bow" What holiday could bring more warmth to a skeleton s chest cavity than Halloween? And when you re a living skeleton who s not supposed to be seen outside the house, it s a welcome chance to get some fresh air and rub bony elbows with people. That s why Sid doesn t mind wearing a full-body dog suit and going as Scooby-Doo along with Georgia Thackery s Velma to the Halloween Howl. Sid can t wait to go through the Haunted House but he gets rattled for real when a genuine dead body is discovered. Trapped inside as the police quickly seal off the crime scene, Sid makes no bones about dropping the dog suit and posing as an actual skeleton. This murder is a skull-scratcher, but as long as Sid is on the inside, he might as well case the joint to figure out who used the cover of darkness to commit the perfect crime "

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  1. I'm so glad you like the series too!

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  3. Such a fun series! You tend to forget Sid is a walking, talking skeleton!