Friday, August 30, 2019

Ghost Hunters Library 01 by S. H. Marpel, et al.

Ghost Hunters Library 01 by S. H. Marpel. et al.“It was a dark and stormy night, and everyone was sitting around the glowing fireplace, safe and warm against the raging weather outside. Someone said, ‘John, tell us a story.’ So John began…”

The story “Ghost Hunters” began a series that started with two spirit-guides recruiting the human John Earl Stark, a mystery writer and part-time cattle farmer.

Since that humble beginning, an expanding team of spirit-guides and even goddesses have joined the Library in its mission to help ghosts and other beings in trouble – to solve their own mysteries.

And then John writes up their stories all as fiction – because no one would believe these tales otherwise.

But the stage was set from that first book – that all beings should be treated with respect, and the way to solve a mystery is to get the story told.

This first library contains the complete first volumes stories that enlighten, entertain, and inspire readers over and over. Because they are written simply, and not as throwaway fiction, but stories that you get something new from on each reading.

Mysteries that seem to be re-writing themselves in between readings – because they change the reader with the ideas in them.

And after his first two years of writing, John Earl Stark shows no signs of slowing down his prolific output.

This library is pretty straight forward if you stick to reading them in sequence – at least the first time. So – that is what’s recommended.

Having all these stories in one set makes that simpler.

Of course, re-reading them after that can be by the ones you liked the most. And you will have favorites among these. Stories that talk directly to you.

Never before published as single volumes, these stories wiil leave you wondering why no one has treated ghosts like this before. But then, if you were in their shoes, wouldn’t you appreciate such treatment?

Yes, even if you’re a goddess. Those, too.

This box set contains (in order):

Ghost Hunters

Why Vampires Suck At Haunting

When Fireballs Collide

Ghost Exterminators Inc.

The Haunted Ghost

Faith

Harpy

The Ghost Who Loved

Falling

Harpy’s Desires

The 95% Solution

The Case of a Cruising Phantom

The Spirit Mountain Mystery

The Harpy Saga: Sister Mine

Harpy Redux

The Case of the Sunken Spirit

A Case of Missing Wings

Gaia

The Training: Tess

The Training: Sylvie

The Training: Star

The Training: Mysti

Clocktower Mystery

Ghost of the Machine

Finding Grace

The Mystery of Meri

Time Bent

A World Gone Reverse

The Faith of Jude

A Very Thin Line

Dark Lazurai

Lilly Lee

Hermione

When Cats Rules

A Case of Lost Time

Enemies & Bookends

The Tao of Mysti

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