The Haunted Heist - Review by Martha A. Cheves
Frankie had the power to show me the supernatural world. With his help, I'd been able to see and interact with some of the ghosts here in town. We'd saved my house; we'd solved a murder. Two of them, actually. We'd made some positive changes in Sugarland, not that he cared about helping anyone but himself. And I had been trying to free him. It was just that nothing had worked yet.
So who is this Frankie that has the power to take Verity Long into the supernatural? Why is she trying to free him and from what? These are just some of the fun questions that you can find the answers to by reading the Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries Series. I will tell you that Frankie lives in a trash can and Verity lives in a house she inherited from her grandmother. But the fun part was learning how Frankie ended up in the trash can and why Verity is living in a house with no furnishings.
From the very first two books in this series - Southern Spirits and The Skeleton in the Closet, I found myself caught up in the suspense of a murder with a touch of humor. I've laughed at the very odd pet that lives with Verity and how Frankie tends to get her into trouble in a world that most would never dream of visiting. I feel for her as she struggles to make ends meet after her almost mother-in-law took everything away from her. I feel joy for her as her feelings for Ellis grow. And I hold my breath as she risks her own life to bring justice to those who need it. This is a series that I hope will never end and I'm really looking forward to reading Book 4 in the series - Deader Homes & Gardens.