A Wild Ghost Chase

A Wild Ghost Chase

E.J. Copperman / Jul 14, 2020
A Wild Ghost Chase Phantom PI Paul Harrison from the national bestselling Haunted Guesthouse mysteries returns with a tale of his own in a house full of ghosts secrets and spectacular oceanside views Three years ago i
  • Title: A Wild Ghost Chase
  • Author: E.J. Copperman
  • ISBN: 9781101596630
  • Page: 177
  • Format: ebook
  • Phantom PI Paul Harrison from the national bestselling Haunted Guesthouse mysteries returns with a tale of his own in a house full of ghosts, secrets, and spectacular oceanside views Three years ago in a large Victorian house on the Jersey Shore in the town of Harbor Haven, fledgling private investigator Paul and his client, Maxie Malone, were murdered Since then, recentPhantom PI Paul Harrison from the national bestselling Haunted Guesthouse mysteries returns with a tale of his own in a house full of ghosts, secrets, and spectacular oceanside views Three years ago in a large Victorian house on the Jersey Shore in the town of Harbor Haven, fledgling private investigator Paul and his client, Maxie Malone, were murdered Since then, recent divorcee and reluctant ghost whisperer Alison Kerby and her 10 year old daughter Melissa have moved in and converted the place to a guesthouse, where Maxie and Paul are now checked in for an eternity and ready to solve any case that comes their way or at least spook the guests who love it Alison s got a lot on her plate at the moment, however, so when Paul discovers the three hundred year old ghost of a small boy in the house, he decides not to involve her in the case The boy, named Eagle of the Sun, says he s searching for his missing mother Paul s happy to help Eagle of the Sun find her, though something about the boy s story doesn t add up But why would a lost little ghost lie
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      • E.J. Copperman

        Librarian note E.J Copperman is the pen name for author Jeff CohenE.J Copperman is a mysterious figure, or has a mysterious figure, or writes figuratively in mysteries In any event, a New Jersey native, E.J has written for such publications as The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, American Baby and USA Weekend Night of the Living Deed is the first E.J Copperman novel It will be followed in 2011 by An Uninvited Ghost, the second in the Haunted Guesthouse mystery series E.J having worked as a newspaper reporter, teacher, magazine editor, and screenwriter, writes stories that combine humor and mystery with just the right amount of spooky supernatural happenings and a large doses of Jersey attitude Sound like we re being evasive Well, the fact is that E.J Copperman is the pseudonym of a well known mystery novelist, now embarking on a new type of story that includes some elements of the supernatural as well as a fair number of laughs And the Copperman novels will have a different attitude, a different setting and completely different characters than anything that has come before, so E.J really is a new author.


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    1. E.J Copperman s novella, A Wild Ghost Chase, is an enjoyable read, but it s not up to the usual standard of Copperman s Haunted Guesthouse series Part of it lies in the narration being handled by Paul Harrison, a rather dry Canadian private investigator turned ghost, rather than by the ebullient Allison Kerby, the owner of the Jersey Shore guesthouse But part of the problem lies in a less than scintillating tale of a lost little ghost boy who says he s the spirit of the son of Lenni Lenape chie [...]


    2. I ve read the other guesthouse mystery books in this series and so I when I saw a kindle only edition for 2 I thought why not Besides, this one is from Paul s perspective, and I often like reading a story though a different character s perspective This was just o.k though It really is a short story rather than a full sized book 7 to 8 chapters is all By the time you feel like you are out of the introduction to the story, you have 2 chapters left I felt like the writing was stiff and redundant, a [...]


    3. This was a short story book and I loved it Resident ghost, former PI, Paul Harrison encounters the ghost of a young boy looking for his mother Paul enlists the help of the other resident ghost, Maxie, who also lives in Alison Kerby s guesthouse Alison, her daughter Melissa and Alison s mother, Loretta, can see and interact with the ghosts The young boy gives Paul incorrect information as to his mom could be will Paul company be able to find her Read this fun book and find out




    4. The story was ok I listened to this story and the narrator was horrible So bad, in fact, that I had trouble getting through the whole thing and it was only about two and a half hours long.


    5. the story idea is great but the story was just OK.e narration was reminiscent of a primary grade school teacher reading to her class


    6. This is a short addition to the Haunted Guesthouse Mystery series and the cool thing about this one is that it s narrated by Paul instead of Alison When a young ghost boy makes an appearance at the Kirby house, Paul, Maxie, and the gang get together to help him find his mom The boy claims to be a Native American boy who died over 200 years ago, but certain elements of his story just don t ring true It will take a lot of detective work to suss out the truth, and the ending is quite interesting.


    7. a Novelle book about 85 pages what but an addition to this favorite series of mine I have never purchased a Novelle but for this author I gave it a chance It was well worth it and I made the correct choice.Try this series A Haunted Guesthouse Mystery and start from the beginning, it is terrific in my opinion.




    8. Some authors can write very good novels, but aren t very good when they try to write a novella That may be the case here I m being overly generous giving it two stars Just don t tell the author I want to avoid hurt feelings Don t knock yourself out looking for this installment in the Haunted Guesthouse Mysteries The writing is stilted and doesn t do anything to advance the series so you won t be missing anything if you skip this one Giving the author the benefit of the doubt, maybe she was just [...]


    9. Just okJust ok Quick mystery, from Pauls point of view, which was distracting confusing Glad it was a library book not something i paid for.


    10. A Wild Ghost Chase is a novella falling between the third Old Haunts and the fourth Chance of a Ghost in E.J Copperman s Haunted Guesthouse mystery series I have been a fan of this series from the beginning, so I was a little surprised that I didn t enjoy this novella than I did Don t misunderstand me I did enjoy A Wild Ghost Chase, just not as much as others in the series.Unlike the others in the series, A Wild Ghost Chase is narrated by Paul, one of the spirits living in Allison s Jersey Shor [...]


    11. A Wild Ghost Chase A Haunted Guesthouse Mystery Book 3.5For the fullest enjoyment read in chronological order.The Protagonist The Haunted Guesthouse series is usually focused around Alison Kerby, the Guesthouse landlady but not in this case P.I Paul Harrison, the Ghost of the guesthouse takes us through this tale, where he takes centre stage.The Plot Paul comes across a ghost boy who is searching for his mum The boy says he is the spirit son of Chief White Eyes, of the Lenni Lenape The tribe die [...]


    12. Since I don t normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here s the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars This book was not very good, and I won t be reading any from the author.3 stars This book was ok, but I won t go out of my way to read , But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I d pick it up.4 stars I really enjoyed t [...]


    13. A new twist on being a private investigator, this is not a series for everyone You have to let your imagination run wild to enjoy this ghost story The private investigator was murdered on his first case, along with his client hey resided in the house where they were murdered solving mysteries with the help of live people this story involves finding the truth of an eight year old boy and reuniting him with is mother and, finding the answers using both the spirit world and the real world.


    14. Short and sweet and a nice Haunted Guesthouse fix before I go get the next in the series This one is told from ghost PI Paul s POV and owner of the haunted guesthouse, Alison, is sort of on the periphery Paul discovers a ghost boy wandering the house He appears to be a Native American boy of 8 and this boy wants Paul to find his mother A very lovely story I can highly recommend this series.


    15. A fun between the books short story told from the perspective of Paul, one of the Guesthouse s resident ghosts as he tries to find the mother of a small ghost boy A clever mystery that involves all the secondary characters of the series, with a minor role played by Allison, the main character in the series.


    16. This is a short side story of the A Haunted Guesthouse series Paul narrates the story instead of Alison It is interesting how different from Alison he describes other characters, Alison, especially Maxie he thinks she is intelligent I sometimes forgot that Paul was talking and confused what they were talking about.


    17. This is a novella from Paul s point of view He s found a small boy in the house, a ghost who says he s a member of a Native tribe that once lived in the area He wants Paul to find his mother, but as Paul begins to research, holes form in the boy s tale This was a quick, enjoyable listen I enjoyed seeing Allison and Melissa from an outside perspective.


    18. A Wild Ghost Chase by E.J Copperman is a short installment in the Haunted Guesthouse weries Ghost private investigator Paul takes on a case involving finding the mother of an 8 year old ghost claiming to be from a North american indian tribe from 200 years ago A nice cozy short mystery with all the familiar characters.


    19. This isn t your usual murder ghost story There s a sweetness to it that warms your heart on a cold day A Wild Ghost Chase gives you a look into Paul s personality a little better Maxie is her usual self A very short and easy read.


    20. I don t want to give any secrets away, this is a great book and the lengths everyone goes to help the little ghost is awesome As a parent of a special needs kid, I am always amazed how this particular disorder pops up in books, movies etc when you least expect it Well done EJ


    21. I liked the idea of Paul as lead character rather much The story, throughout the reading, was becoming and evident so no surprises there It was light and quick read, with enough appearances of our favourite characters, like Loretta, Alison or Liz


    22. A quick read some interesting history includedThis one seemed geared for tween to YA reading, which I didn t find so much in the others I ve read Still good, if a bit simp e.




    23. A nice little filler novella between two of the main books, allowing us to gain just a little insight into the ghostly members of E J Copperman s world.


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