California Ghosting

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Ellen Hill, 1998 - Fiction - 523 pages
This supernatural thriller is packed with mystery, intrigue and romance. A handsome young man must solve the mystery surrounding his uncle's death. Was his murderer a living, breathing person, or . . . something quite different?

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User Review  - ShariDragon - LibraryThing

California Ghosting is a highly imaginative story. A resort where the ghosts are the main attraction. The numerous ghosts are very entertaining and I found myself forgetting that many of them were ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

William Hill is a naturalised northern Nevadan, a native of Indianapolis, Indiana and a product of many places and stories. He first learned to read through superhero comic books, then spy-thrillers, SciFi and finally fantasy novels, tucked in among the required classic readings. Bill has a degree in economics from Vanderbilt University, and an MBA from the University of North Texas. He has been employed as a ski patroller at Diamond Peak, Incline Village, Nevada, a sports official in Douglas County, and has been certified in Outdoor Emergency Care.

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