The Haunted Heist By Angie Fox

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Gang Is All Here Again For The Latest Mystery and Murder

Verity And Company Are In The Middle Once Again





Verity Long is still trying to release ghost gangster Frankie, Ellis is still her sometimes boyfriend, Ellis’ mother is still making Verity’s life miserable, and Verity still doesn’t have a job.  Could things get any worse?  Yes!  Reggie Thompson, the most powerful man in Sugarland and Sugarland’s banker, is murdered in the bank vault after offering Verity a graphic design job.

The bank has ghosts; did the ghost kill the Reggie? What are the noises the employees have heard coming from the basement and vault area?   Of course Verity is in the thick of things as usual, along with Ellis, Frankie, and an assortment of ghostly characters.

Come along for another funny, action packed escapade as Verity and company solve the latest murder mystery in Sugarland.  Oh, by the way, Sugarland is full of ghost; all sorts and sizes and I don’t mean a few ghosts.



Author Angie Fox kept the suspense level high in this book as she did not reveal the identity of the culprit until the end of the book.  Ms. Fox had several suspects incorporated into the story, including the resident ghosts,  and I did not guess the identity correctly.  What a surprise when I learned who was the villain.  Author Angie Fox always adds humor and this story is very funny at times; it is full of southern wit and charm.

The action in this book was fast and furious with:   a shoot out between Verity, Ellis and the long dead gangsters at a speakeasy and ——–well you will have to read the book.  There is a surprise at the ending of the book.  Ms. Foxe was in top form; it was all so exciting; the descriptions were so vivid, I could see the it all in my minds eye.


Ms. Fox’s plot was skillfully developed and the pacing was at the standard we have come to know and expect from her;  this book is crafted in her usual skillful style of story-telling.


Ms. Fox had many threads in this story and she skillfully wove all those threads together to create a relaxing fun read.  I loved her look into southern small town USA as she depicts it so realistically.



This book was crafted at Ms. Fox usual high standards of skill in story-telling; filled with laughter, mystery and murder.  I enjoyed another visit with Verity, the resident ghosts, and the gang very much. I look forward to the next installment in small town Sugarland.  Anyone that likes a solid well-written book will enjoy this story from the talented pen of Angie Fox. This is a standalone book.


I received this book from Netgalley in return for an honest book review.


Book reviews of any novel are dependent on the book review author’s opinion;  book reviews on line under my name are my opinion.



ABangie fox authorOUT THE AUTHOR:

New York Times bestselling author Angie Fox writes sweet, fun, action-packed mysteries. Her characters are clever and fearless, but in real life, Angie is afraid of basements, bees, and going up stairs when it is dark behind her. Let’s face it. Angie wouldn’t’ last five minutes in one of her books.


Angie is best known for her Southern Ghost Hunter mysteries and for her Accidental Demon Slayer books.



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