Review; Southern Bred and Dead (Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries #9) by Angie Fox

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the paranormal cosy mystery Southern Bred and Dead (Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries #9) by Angie Fox through Netgalley. I read the book shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Desription from Goodreads
A haunted church. A ghastly death. Can Verity clear up the case before she’s buried way over her head?

Verity Long would really like a day off. Between uncovering the culprit who capped her gangster ghost housemate and dodging the bomb her boyfriend just dropped on their relationship, her spiritual calling has gotten complicated. But when she steps out for a little fun at a church fundraiser, she has another mystery on her hands when a family friend plunges from the bell tower.

With her pet skunk and a spectral mobster buddy in tow, Verity charges back into the world of furious phantoms. But as she follows a shocking trail of clues through a dangerous speakeasy, a possessed movie theatre, and a spooky mob safehouse, she could end up sleeping with the ghostly fishes.

Can Verity lay everything to rest before a mysterious murderer reads her last rites?

My Thoughts on the Book
It was fun returning to this series, as I've read a few of the prior books. What is there not to love about the characters, such as Verity, Frankie, Ellis and infamous pet skunk? Although I found it a bit sad that Verity and Ellis argued a bit. It was nice learning a bit more about Frankie's background and his family, though.

The mystery and the plot was interesting too and well written. At least it kept me guessing for quite a while.

Overall, Southern Bred and Dead was an entertaining book in a series I really like.

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