The breathtaking barrier island of Melbourne Beach, Florida, is every tourist's fantasy-until murder washes ashore... Trading the urban sprawl of Manhattan for the tranquility and exotic beauty of a Florida barrier island was the best decision author Liz Holt ever made. What could be more ideal for relaxing, regrouping, and getting a writer's creative juices flowing than observing life at the unconventional hotel that has been in Liz's family for generations? But it's death that grips the island when a body sweeps in on the tide...? The victim was a member of a fishing crew lost at sea who may or may not have drowned. Despite the corpse in their crosshairs, the staff of the Indialantic by the Sea Hotel and Emporium continues its plans for its first annual Pirates' Weekend. But things go further awry when both a hurricane and a killer leave a trail of destruction. Liz and her new boyfriend must figure out who's behind the carnage before they also end up in Davy Jones' locker... Recipes included! Praise for Kathleen Bridge "A delightful sneak peek into life in the Hamptons, with intricate plotting and a likeable, down-to-earth protagonist. A promising start to a promising series." -Suspense Magazine on Better Homes and Corpses "The descriptions of furniture and other antiques, as well as juicy tidbits on the Hamptons, make for entertaining reading for those who enjoy both antiques and lifestyles of the rich and famous." -Booklist on Better Homes and Corpses "An excellent read." -RT Book Reviews on Hearse and Gardens "Ghostal Living is a marvelously entertaining tale of revenge, murder, quirky characters-and disappearing books! With a clever protagonist, wonderful details of life in the Hamptons, and plot twists on top of plot twists, Kathleen Bridge will have mystery readers clamoring for more." -Kate Carlisle, New York Times bestselling author
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