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The Last Curtain Call

It’s been several years since A Ghostly Light, the last book in the “Haunted Home Renovation” series. In the meantime, Blackwell has honed her craft, and this intriguing mystery combines the best elements of Bay Area history, historic home renovation, and the paranormal. The protagonist’s family and friends add a homey feeling to an atmospheric book that will be welcomed by Blackwell’s readers and fans of Kate Carlisle’s “Fixer-Upper” mysteries.

The Lost Carousel of Provence

There's something for everyone: history, romance, and a touch of mystery. ["Highlighting various perspectives throughout the last century…Blackwell successfully crafts multiple mysteries in several time periods, all surrounding one family": LJ 8/18 review of the Berkley hc.]

The Lost Carousel of Provence

Recommended for readers who enjoy family sagas spanning generations.

Letter from Paris

Blackwell (The Paris Key) has woven a great tale of mystery, artistry, history, and a little romance. With plenty of backstory and tidbits about Parisian life in the 19th century, there's something for everyone in this recommended read.

The Paris Key

This is a solid contemporary fiction purchase, especially for Francophiles and those who enjoy Paris settings.

Home for the Haunting: A Haunted Home Renovation Mystery

When a weekend volunteer home renovation project unearths a murder victim on-site, San Francisco-based contractor Mel turns to the spirits for help in her fourth outing (after Murder on the House)...

Tarnished and Torn: A Witchcraft Mystery

Vintage clothing store owner and one of San Francisco's resident witches, Lily Ivory takes on the responsibility of proving her estranged father innocent of murder in the fifth addition to Blackwell's latest paranormal series (Secondhand Spirits)...

Murder on the House: A Haunted Home Renovation Mystery

Blackwell's third entry in this series (after Dead Bolt) is a charming cozy. This top-notch light paranormal successfully mixes San Francisco history with a tremendously appealing ghost buster at the helm.

In a Witch's Wardrobe: A Witchcraft Mystery

Someone sinister is evoking "Sleeping Beauty" poisonings in Blackwell's engrossing fourth entry (after Hexes and Hemlines)...

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