Not all sand traps occur on the links, some may be found on a popular beach or lonely stretch of highway.
A sensitive and two ghost hunters walk into a bar. The barman is silent and the barflies long dead. It sounds like the start of a joke, but it's not. An active haunt in a derelict biker bar on Route 66 is a dream come true for the PEEPs team, until it turns violent. An SOS is sent to Mia Cooper, who hits the open road with her ghostly pal Murphy riding shotgun. Together they try to enter the haunted building, only to be repelled by the building itself. They can't get in, and the ghosts can get out.
Courtney Fairchild wanted a rich husband, and she wasn't going to let a little thing like death stand in her way. Hit by lightning as she walked along an exclusive Floridian beach, her soul was fused together with the sand, creating a beautiful specimen of fulgurite, which finds a home at the Chicago Field Museum. Released into the museum, Courtney roams from display to display looking for a way out of her glass prison.
Join Mia and the PEEPs team on an adventure from the cultural confines of Chicago's Field Museum down Route 66 to Lucky's Bar, where evil is always on tap.
Sand Trap is the third novel of the Haunted series.
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I totally would. This series of books are fun. I am bummed that the remaining books in the set are not on Audible (hint, hint). While the books in the Haunted series that I have listened to so far are not the type that keep you on the edge of the seat or have odd twists and turns, I enjoy them. They are a nice escape.
Mia. These are basically her stories, and I found myself wanting things to turn out for the best for her. I like her Godfather Ralph, too. He would be fun in realy life!
I enjoy this series, and as I said above, hope that more are made into Audible books. I recommend these for someone wanting some light listening.
- Krista M. Scruggs
P.E.E.P.S. come alive in utter perfection.
- Jennifer Longdail