The Ghosts of Curmudgeon Avenue

The nincompoops are back in the fourth book of the Curmudgeon Avenue series, The Ghosts of Curmudgeon Avenue by Samantha Henthorn. In a wild twist, the side characters of the previous books are in the limelight. However, this does not mean that Edna, Edith, and Harold have disappeared. On the contrary, they are everywhere now. Well, at least Edith is! Edna is despondent at the absence of Genevieve from her afterlife. Harold has declared that he and Edith are “technically” no longer married. Nevertheless, Edith is too busy getting Ricky and Wantha back together to bother about his declaration. Speaking of being bothered, Harold has his own share of paranormal interventions to worry about. Someone, he cannot see, is pushing him to reveal the truth about the elephant accident.

Curmudgeon Avenue by Samantha Henthorn

Curmudgeon Avenue – The Terraced House Diaries by Samantha Henthorn is a hilarious take on the preposterous lives of Edna and Edith. After an elephant crushed Mr. and Mrs. Payne to death, Edna and Edith moved back to their parents’ house. The lives of these sixty-something years old sisters hadn’t quite turned out as well as they had expected. As a result, re-locating to Number One Curmudgeon Avenue was in the best interest of both of them. With their limited resources, they needed money to fix the roof of the house.

Screamcatcher – Dream Chasers

Screamcatcher – Dream Chasers by Christy J. Breedlove is the second book in the Screamcatcher series. After going through hell in the fourth dimension, Jory, Choice, Darcy, and Lander formed The Badlands Paranormal Society. Owing to her Chippewa heritage, Jory was the obvious leader of the group. On arriving at the house of their first client, they witnessed a dream catcher that was on the verge of unleashing chaos.

Death Do Us Part #BookReview

Death Do Us Part by J. L. Salter and Charles A. Salter is reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Short stories of Death Do Us Part by J. L. Salter and Charles A. Salter grip a reader’s attention right from the very first tale. Buddies Forever, the first one, is the story about an injured…

The Chosen Seven by Gill D. Anderson

When Farzad Abed entered Alessandro’s Cucina with a gun, six very different people found themselves in the same fatal predicament. Up until this moment, they had been going through regular life problems. However, when Farzad shot a woman without so much as blinking his eyes, none of that mattered. Jack forgot about his parents being…

Fall of the Raven by Thymournia

If pain could reveal the depth of its intensity, the words would match very closely with Fall of the Raven by Thymournia. Raven is the center of this photo-book. Each black and white picture inspires ever-consuming loneliness, and each pain-infused passage produces a detachment from the world. In the beginning, the heart of the narrator…