The third novel in the Vera Van Slyke Ghostly Mysteries series is now available! Meanwhile, the first two remain priced at a discount. Each novel stands on its own, but it wouldn’t hurt to read them in the order released: Help for the Haunted, Guilt Is a Ghost, and then The Hound of the Seven Mounds.
This story is set in 1923, and the latest we’ve seen Vera in the previous books is 1909. She still struggles to remember names. Still likes lunch. Still likes beer (though Prohibition is in effect now). However, she’s gone through some changes, too. Some serious changes. She’s adjusted her priorities. For instance, she’s drifted away from ghost hunting a bit — and that might spell trouble for those counting on her to solve the mystery surrounding a supernatural creature that might not even be a ghost, anyway!
All I’ll say is that, as usual, Vera Van Slyke is valuable to have around when confronted with any kind of otherworldly entity, even one that’s shepherding a pack of very corporeal, fiercely hungry dogs.