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Publisher's Summary

Delve into a world both Real and Supernatural when North Carolina history mixes with the paranormal in this pulse-pounding series. With over 50,000 readers, the Max Porter Paranormal Mysteries is a highly addictive series that'll keep you listening late into the night. Fun, funny, suspenseful, and scary, this omnibus edition includes the first three books in the best-selling series.
Southern Bound (Book 1)
When Max and Sandra Porter moved down to North Carolina, they thought they were getting a new beginning - good job, good pay, and a lovely little place in Winston-Salem. But the family that hired him to research land deals in North Carolina is not all that they seem.
And when Max discovers that his office is haunted by Marshall Drummond, PI - a ghost from the 1940s - what started as a simple research job sinks him neck-deep in a world of old mysteries and dangerous enemies. One in which ghosts, witches, curses, and spells exist. One in which something as innocent as a book can turn deadly.
Southern Charm (Book 2)
When Max and the gang are hired by an art forging ghost to find a lost painting, Max thinks it'll be easy money. But villains old and new come out, and the race is on for the painting and the secrets it contains. A race that will lead Max into a mess of magic spells, haunted houses, ancient curses, and even Blackbeard the Pirate.
Southern Belle (Book 3)
Max thought he had enough trouble dealing with one witch in Winston-Salem. But a new case brings to light an entire coven of witches.
Angry, cursed, dead witches.
Things only get worse when the mysterious Hull family and the FBI start poking into Max's life. He'll need all his team can give with a case that involves the theft of a cursed bell, dark magic, spirit possession, and ghastly murders.
All in all, just another day at the office for Max Porter.
©2016 Stuart Jaffe (P)2016 Stuart Jaffe
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4 out of 5 stars
By Colonelswife on 06-09-16

Good story

Really entertaining story . Good bargain getting three books in one , & that's what made my decision to buy it, even though
I cringed when i saw "Read by the author " - That's never a good idea and I do not know why some authors think they are good enough to narrate / they are writers-not voice actors .
This author wasn't awful at it - but he wasn't good either .

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1 out of 5 stars
By Jon Burnley on 05-27-17

Sorry, but a struggle to get thru...

Please understand, I do not think I could do any better, but this series was pretty bad.

In every story there was:

A lie that laid between them and could ruin their relationship

A woman who wanted the main character and his overly done and awkward defenses

Amazing coincidences that lead to the same general conclusions every time

Very awkward "romantic moments"

Same tired explanations and an over usage of adverbs and adjectives everywhere!

If the same explanations were eliminated, the stories would be about 30 or 40 pages long.

All three stories were like copies of the others and there was no originality after the first one. Throughout the journey, it was painfully easy to see where the author was going with the reveals.

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