Monday, August 12, 2013

The Stubborn Schoolhouse Spirit by Judy Nickles Review

Title: The Stubborn Schoolhouse Spirit
Series: Penelope Pembroke Cozy Mysteries Series Book 2
Author: Judy Nickles
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Pages: 229
Price: $1.99 or FREE for Prime Members
Rating: 5 out 5 stars

Book Synopsis:

When Penelope agrees to help her best friend Mary Lynn Hargrove, the mayor's wife, renovate the town's first school as a community center, she discovers the old building isn't quite as empty as it appears. Mary Lynn hears voices, and light bulbs and even flashlights go instantly dark at the bottom of the 13 steps leading to the basement. Is the town's founding father Jeremiah Bowden, who built the school, still around? Or his sister, Miss Daisy, the first teacher? Or is it someone—or something—more sinister? Then Sam telephones unexpectedly and tells Penelope to stay away from the place, but he won't tell her why. When she decides not to take his advice, she discovers she's rolled out a blueprint not for remodeling but for disaster.


Penelope Pembroke is at it again in this sequel to The Bogus Biker. Though warned to stay away from the town's first schoolhouse, Penelope continues to stick her nose where it doesn't belong and it almost costs her, her life. With characters you can't help but love, The Stubborn Schoolhouse Spirit continues the story of the excellent lives of those found in the small town of Amaryllis, Arkansas. If you love cozy mysteries, you'll love curling up with this book.

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