Pepper Martin, Book 7
Synopsis: What happened to a teenager named Lucy one night in 1966 after a Beatles concert? She rushed the stage, kissed Paul, started home with her friends, and was never seen again — until cemetery guide and unintentional PI to the dead Pepper Martin sees her as a ghost. Lucy’s spirit can’t rest in peace until her body is found and buried. But how will Pepper track down a missing corpse after forty-five years?
Review: As always, I was delighted to immerse myself in a new Pepper Martin’s adventure. I could not wait to find out in which ghost story she was going to dive!
I must say that I was pleased to see that this time the story was about one of Ella’s relatives. It was great to learn a little more about this recurring character and especially on her younger years. But here it is also during these years that she lost her best friend, the one who had always been there for her, after a party. But Lucy is back and asks Pepper for help to find her body that disappeared more than 45 years ago. It will not be easy and Pepper will have to find all Lucy’s old friends to understand what is happening. Yet, as always, the story seems much more complex than expected and I admit that I had not seen some turnaround situations coming.
It was once again a very nice novel and I must say that I did not expect this little thing with Quinn. Moreover with this end, I am all the more curious to discover what will happen next! A very good series!