Stay up all night with these otherwordly Halloween reads

Stay up all night with these otherwordly Halloween reads

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Meet sexy, sassy grim reaper Charley Davidson in Darynda Jones’ addictive series . . .

Private investigator Charley Davidson was born with three things: looks; a healthy respect for the male anatomy; and the rather odd job title of grim reaper. Since the age of five, she has been helping the departed solve the mysteries of their deaths so they can cross. But when these very dead people have died under less than ideal circumstances (i.e. murder), Charley dons her Private Investigator hat to solve the crime. Look out for Fourth Grave Beneath My Feet which is out in e-book now!






Embrace your inner spiritual goddess . . .

Would you like to bring a little bit of modern magic into your life? In How to be a Spiritual Goddess, Stephanie Brookes introduces all things cosmic for the twenty-first-century girl. From aura reading and stress-busting meditation techniques to consulting your spirit guide or finding your soul mate, this essential book will help you discover exciting new ways to connect to the world around you.

Discover Carolyn Jess-Cooke’s haunting and richly imaginative novel The Boy Who Could See Demons . . .

‘My name is Alex. I'm ten years old. I like onions on toast and I can balance on the back legs of my chair for fourteen minutes. I can also see demons. My best friend is one. He likes Mozart, table tennis and bread and butter pudding. My mum is sick. Ruen says he can help her. Only Ruen wants me to do something really bad. He wants me to kill someone.’

Recognise and release the spirits trapped in this world . . .

If you have ever sensed a presence in your house, glimpsed a shadow out of the corner of your eye, or heard inexplicable noises, it may be that you are sharing your home with an earthbound spirit. As a medium, Linda Williamson encounters many such spirits. Very few are evil, most are lost and confused. Some do not even realise that they have died. With love and compassion they can be released, so that they can move forward to the place where they belong. In Ghosts and Earthbound Spirits, Linda explains what to do in these situations and gives a fascinating insight into what it is like to be an earthbound spirit.



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