Home for the Haunting is the fourth in Juliet Blackwell’s Haunted Home Renovation
series and it doesn’t disappoint.
In this installment, Mel Turner is leading a group of volunteers in some community service where they do home improvements for the elderly, the handicapped and the needy.
As they work on one disabled man’s home, making it more wheelchair accessible and even building a ramp for him, they discover a dead woman. If that’s not enough she is the daughter who escaped a murderous spree decades earlier in the house next door.
Most of the characters from the previous three books are back in this one, though Home for the Haunting seems to focus on a new friendship that’s built though the previous three novels.
Like all of Juliet Blackwell’s books, I really enjoyed it and am looking forward to number five!
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