Pepper Martin, Book 6
Synopsis: Cemeteries come alive for amateur sleuth/reluctant medium Pepper Martin.
Cleveland’s Garden View Cemetery is hosting a James A. Garfield commemoration. For tour guide and reluctant medium Pepper Martin this means that’s she’ll surely be hearing from the dead president himself. And when she’s assigned to help plan the event with know-it-all volunteer and Garfield fanatic Marjorie Klinker, she’ll wish Marjorie were dead… too bad someone beats Pepper to it.
Review: I was eager to immerse myself in a new Pepper Martin story! It must be said that I always wonder in what situation we will find her because she is very good at putting herself in the most dangerous ones!
This time, it’s the turn of a president that Pepper will face and it will not be easy. He does not want to tell her what he wants and when a volunteer at the cemetery, big fan of the man is found dead by our heroine, she knows that she will do everything to understand what happened. Although Quinn orders her to stay away from his investigation, our young woman is more than determined and she will discover secrets that are worth their weight in gold. Yet it will not be easy, this woman was hated and everyone can easily pass for a suspect.
I really loved this story and it was very nice to meet Scott during part of the novel and see the showdowns with Quinn. The author takes us into a breathtaking and suspenseful story, and even if we suspect something very quickly about Jack, I admit that I did not see the revelation coming. I really enjoyed the interactions with the president as well, which is very different from the ghosts that she has experienced so far.
Really nice story again!