The Paupers' Crypt : Moving In

  • by Ron Ripley
  • Narrated by Andrew Tell
  • Series: Moving In
  • 6 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Brian Roy, ghostbuster extraordinaire, is forced to admit the chills and thrills of his career are taking a toll on his bad ticker. To save his life, he takes a no-stress job as Superintendent of Woods Cemetery and couldn't be happier...until dead people - angry dead people - rear their grisly heads and grasping hands, pulling him back into his old job!
Brian's first day quickly goes downhill when fog descends like an icy fortress, separating him from the outside world. Caught between a rock and a tombstone, he takes refuge in his office and learns there may be one way out. The crypt.
Ruled by a malevolent spirit, the crypt and its undead residents are determined to make Brian their latest victim. When Brian's wife, Jenny, learns what's happening, she takes matters into her own hands. With the help of a ghost hunter, Jenny goes after her husband. But, nothing - absolutely nothing - can prepare them for the horrors they'll face!


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The Paupers crypt

I LOVE this series! Brian is a ghost hunter who decides to stop doing that and take a job as caretaker in a cemetary.Bad choice!The ghosts find him and they are not the friendly type.Dragged back into the life his wife and friends try to come to the rescue. Andrew Tell is the perceft narrator for this.“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”
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- Deedra

This one was plain bad

Ok, so YET AGAIN the bumbling "ghost-hunter" Brian Roy causes death of good people. And YET AGAIN he needs to be saved & rescued. Jeez, he really should retire and Ron Ripley should "retire/kill off" this rediculous character... BTW, the narration was great (as in previous books). I have read all 5 books in this series, got tired of Brian's stupidity in previous book (Church), got this book in hopes that there would be some - hell, ANY - character growth, less cowardice, more responsibility; but no, same old stupid, inept Brian bumbling through another horror while cowaring and grabbing at his heart.... Returning Book 6.
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- Katherine

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-26-2016
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