GENRE: Gay Paranormal Mystery Romance
LENGTH: 30,513 words
A Ghostly Investigations storyHomeless, Daw has managed to survive on the streets. That is, until a killer throws him off the rooftop where he has crashed for the night and he becomes a ghost.Luckily Brody Ellis, also a ghost, finds him moments later, and takes him home to meet the rest of the “Ghostie Boys,” who have chosen to remain in this world.Because Daw doesn’t know who killed him, the six ghosts put their heads together to find his murderer so he can move on. In the process, they run into Russ, a young acquaintance of Daw's, who is another of the killer's victims, and bring him home with them.Will the ghosts, with some help from their human friends Mike and Sage, be able to stop the killer before he strikes again? More to the point, because of the growing attraction between Daw and Russ, will they want to move on, thus separating them for eternity, if the ghosts can prove who the man was who murdered them?EXCERPT:
I like the direction Edward Kendrick takes with this spin-off from the “Ghostly Investigations” series. Mike Harris and Sage Crewe actually step back with this investigation, being it’s more difficult to prove a serial killer is involved in the deaths of the homeless. Mike and Sage leave Brody, with his law enforcement experience, to guide the “Ghostie Boys” on solving the mystery. Everyone of the “Ghostie Boys” brings their own suggestions and purpose to help solving the crime.
Kendricks takes the loner Daw and young Russ in a new direction, as both have faced the struggles of being homeless. Daw and Russ find their own special purpose in striving to help others.
With the start of this spin-off and the new business endeavor for the “Ghostie Boys”, it seems everyone is excited about the new idea and have found a place to really fit in. As in all the novels in “A Ghostly Investigations” series it’s bitter-sweet as everyone has had to make a choice if they will stay or move beyon