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As a world-renowned ghost hunter, Martin Grey has tackled many harrowing cases and faced many vengeful spirits, but spending Thanksgiving weekend with Claudia’s daunting family may be one challenge too many. Between evil spirits haunting the corridors of an old psychiatric hospital and the mysterious woman Claudia’s sister keeps seeing, Claudia and Martin are facing their toughest case yet. Lady in White by A. J. Matthews is a welcome addition to this romantic suspense series.

What's scarier than ghost hunting? For Martin, it's meeting Claudia's branch of the Clan Mackenzie for the first time.

When Claudia brings Martin home for Thanksgiving dinner, he gains firsthand experience of how family tensions can affect even the most joyous occasion. Just when it seems Martin has soothed Claudia's overprotective father, her sister Caroline confesses that she's seen a ghostly lady in white, plunging Martin and Claudia into the dark world of the Daniels LaRoche hospital, a mental health facility with a shadowed history. Martin soon finds that there's an evil presence at the old hospital, one so powerful that even he may not be able to vanquish it.

Distracted by family squabbles and the saintly Caroline's increasingly strange behavior, Claudia and Martin have their work cut out to preserve their relationship and get to the bottom of the mystery surrounding the Lady in White.

Content Notes: Hot, Paranormal, Ghosts, Spirits, Hauntings, Suspense, Contemporary

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