I've always enjoyed reading about the 1920s. Deco Dames, Demon Rum and Death has the jazz age, and a seance, and a ghost bride...so how was I not going to read it? Fast paced and peppered with era slang, the plot doesn't stop moving until the end. Did I mention that it's also got grave robbers and KKK members and organized crime? Society reporter Jazz Cross is doing all she can to sort it all out.
This is the fifth book in the series and I probably would've been better at keeping the characters straight in my head if I'd started with the first. (The author and Great Escapes Book Tours provided me with copies, but I haven't had time to read the others yet.)
5th in Series
Decodame Press (December 28, 2018)
Paperback: 249 pages
Digital ASIN: B07LGGKPKZ
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Disclosures -- I was provided with a review copy in exchange for the tour post. The giveaway is being run by Great Escape Book Tours, not me.