Out Today: Oh Great, Now I Can See Dead People by Deborah Durbin

see_dead_people_deborah_durbinTitle: Oh Great, Now I Can See Dead People: Sam’s back and now she can see dead people!
Author: Deborah Durbin
Publisher: Soul Rocks
Pub Date: 30 August 2013

Summary: Sam’s back and now she can see dead people! Following on from, Oh Great, Now I Can Hear Dead People, this fun tale follows Sam’s journey as she develops on her eventful journey as a psychic.

Sam is busy planning her wedding to her budding pop-star boyfriend Jack, so when she’s asked to perform a seance for her mother’s WI group on Halloween, she reluctantly agrees. Being preoccupied with seating plans, Sam forgets to close the circle and sets free a whole host of spirits in to our world, who refuse to go back unless they get an invite to the wedding.

As Sam struggles with life as a modern psychic, planning her wedding, and trying to help her spirit guide Ange – a good-time Essex girl, who’s only interest is what Cheryl Cole is wearing and Heat magazine, she is shocked to hear that Amy, her ex-best friend desperately needs her help and even more shocked when Amy decides her own fate. Oh Great, Now I Can See Dead People is a funny glimpse into the ever crazy world of Sam and her hilarious dead entourage!


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