By M. C. Beaton
Studies of a haunted apartment quickly have Agatha snooping round, however it seems the sufferer is a universally disliked previous biddy and a person is taking part in a pragmatic funny story. after which the outdated girl is murdered - yet for Agatha, fixing a criminal offense is way extra enjoyable than looking a ghost! Very quickly she's as much as her ordinary methods, regarding the villagers, neighborhood police, and, in fact, her good-looking new neighbour...
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