Jensen Murphy is back in the spooky sequel to Only the Good Die Young.
Some people think that ghosts are spirits that refuse to go to the other side because they have unfinished business. Take my word—that’s true. I should know. I’m a ghost.
I was an ordinary eighties California girl, dead before my time, until psychic Amanda Lee Minter pulled me out of the time loop where I was reliving my death over and over. Now I’m Jensen Murphy, Ghost for Hire. I decided to put my spooky talents to use in helping Amanda Lee track down bad guys and killers (including my own).
It’s taken time to figure out exactly how that will work (our first case was definitely a learning experience for all involved), so when a young woman asks Amanda Lee for help convincing her best friend to leave a dangerously hot-tempered boyfriend, I’m ready and willing to use our collective powers on her behalf. But some people are dangerous not only to the living—especially when there are darker forces involved....
About the Author
Chris Marie Green is a full-time writer who has published under her own name and the pseudonyms Crystal Green and Christine Cody. This is the second book in her Jensen Murphy, Ghost for Hire series, following Only the Good Die Young. She is also the author of the Vampire Babylon series, including In Bad Spirits, Raising the Darkness, and Deep in the Woods.
Praise for Only the Good Die Young
“Urban fantasy’s newest heroine, Jensen Murphy, is dead, solves crimes, and packs a powerful paranormal punch!”—Faith Hunter, national bestselling author of the Jane Yellowrock series
“A wonder....Talk about a book worth reading. The characters are sad, lonely, fun, happy, interesting, unique...and that’s just an overview. The real upside is that this is the first in a new series that has proved it will be a true treasure trove of imagination to come.”—Suspense Magazine
“Only the Good Die Young is one fantastic series starter....[Jensen Murphy] may be a ghost, but she is also a spirited (pun intended) character who shows a lot of courage and spunk in the face of her predicament. The mystery is complex enough to keep the pages turning faster and faster.”—RT Book Reviews (Top Pick)