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In UNFINISHED BUSINESS AN ANGELA PANTHER MYSTERY, #1 AMAZON bestselling author Carolyn Ridder Aspenson introduces her now trademark blend of witty dialog and hilarious banter in the first book of her paranormal cozy mystery series. Filled with romance and friendships reminiscent of chick-lit novels, Unfinished Business is a humorous and heartwarming cozy mystery adventure.
In UNFINISHED BUSINESS AN ANGELA PANTHER MYSTERY, #1 AMAZON bestselling author Carolyn Ridder Aspenson introduces her now trademark blend of witty dialog and laugh out loud banter in the first book of her hilarious and heartwarming paranormal chick lit, women’s sleuth mystery series, the Angela Panther Mystery series.
Stay at home wife and mother Angela Panther has a gift: she can talk to the dead.
She just doesn’t know it. Yet.
Long suppressed and forgotten, her gift resurfaces with the death of her mother. Angela considers it a curse, preferring to spend her life with the living, not dealing with the unfinished business of the dead.
But the dead, they couldn’t care less.
They know she can resolve their unfinished business, and when they need help, it’s Angela they haunt.
As Angela reluctantly obliges the dead, her mother stays earthbound, refusing to go until her own unfinished business is handled; business she won’t discuss with her daughter.
Business that involves Angela.
Can Angela discover the truth behind her mother’s decision to stay, and if she does, will her heart survive?
“It definitely touched a chord with anyone who has ever lost a loved one. The writing was strong and the dialogue — which many people simply cannot write — was terrific.” —Christie Giraud, editor, Editingpro.com
“What a fantastic read! I couldn’t put it down! I had to keep reading just to see what twist life was going throw out at Angela next!” —Chicklit Plus
“The author has a great sense of humor, even about death, but when the story called for it, she was reverent and empathetic in the way her characters handled each other.” —Caroline Fardig, Best selling Author