Reluctant ghostbusters Jackson Stone and Kate Carlsson have returned in a fifth supernatural mystery, Mask of Ghosts, and this time, they’re going to Bali!
No good deed goes unpunished.
Roxi thought the Balinese mask would make the perfect gift for her brother Jackson and his girlfriend Kate. Unbeknownst to her, a deadly curse was part of the package.
A young woman slaughtered during a massacre haunts the mask. Her spirit wants revenge, and she’s convinced Roxi is the only one who can get it for her.
To free his sister from the mask’s curse, Jackson must travel to Bali with Kate to solve the mystery behind the woman’s murder. They’ve tangled with their share of angry ghosts in the past, but this one will pose the greatest threat yet.
Can they save Roxi from the vengeful spirit before more blood is spilled and Jackson’s sister is lost forever?
This fifth installment of the award-winning GhostWriters series exposes the shadow lurking behind all that Balinese sunshine.
So far, Mask of Ghosts is available in paperback and ebook, but audio should follow shortly. As always, I’m looking for reviewers, so if you’d like a review copy, please let me know. If you have a good track record with me, I’ll happily send you an ARC for review.
P.S. If this looks interesting to you, consider checking out the rest of the series!
Thanks so much, Alex!
Yes! Count me in. I’m also interested in listening to the audio. Congratulations!!! Your success is inspiring.
Thanks, Mary! I will be in touch. 🙂
Congratulations, JH! Wishing you – and the series! – lots of success. 🙂
Thanks so much, Madeline!
Congratulations, JH! Really looking froward to dividing into their latest spooky adventure
That should have read ‘diving’ not ‘dividing’!
Thanks so much, Cat! You’ve been such a supportive fan of this series.
Good Afternoon Miss Moncrieff, pardon my stupidity, but what is an ARC?
Best of luck with your latest venture.
Hello Mark…not stupid at all. ARC stands for “advance reader copy.” ARCs are sent to reviewers, preferably before the book is published, to get some early reviews.
Congrats! Love the cover.
Thanks so much, Diane! Kelly does great work.
Congratulations. This book sounds so interesting. Best wishes.
Thanks, Diane. So far, the reviews have been positive. Whew! 🙂
Yay! Congratulations on the release. Love, love, love the cover. You have the best cover artist in history. Enjoy the feeling of having another one completed and released and happy (virtual) book tour if that’s on the agenda!
Thanks so much! Kelly (the cover artist) is truly amazing. I love seeing what she comes up with.
Congratulations on your book release! It sounds like a really neat story. I’d like to read it and do a review. Do you only give out e-book versions of review copies or do you give the option of a print version as well? I normally don’t read e-books because my eyes strain easily when I read several pages on a screen.
Great question. Unless you’re a tried-and-true reviewer for me, I don’t send out print copies because the postage is quite expensive, and I’ve sent print books (and ebooks) to reviewers who never reviewed (or possibly read) the book–even professional reviewers. The ebook copy loss is a little easier to swallow.
I understand where you’re coming from, though. I prefer print books too.
I just got notified that my copy will be here today… a whole day earlier than I anticipated!!!!! I can’t WAIT!!!!
Aw, you’re so awesome, Nikki. Thank you!