Short Story Review: Ghosts and Bad Toasts by Trixie Silvertale

Ghosts and Bad Toasts (Mitzy Moon Mysteries 9.5) is a short story is from the Cold Cases and Haunted Places Anthology, which is no longer available. I thought I’d still share it since I just found it in my TBR list (I can’t believe I forgot about it!). This is such a fun series to read!

My Review

Mitzy Moon inherited her grandmother’s bookstore even though she hadn’t known her. She’s gotten close to her grandmother’s ghost as well as others who had been close to her grandmother…even Mitzy’s father. She also has found the love of her life in Erick, the sheriff of the town she moved to.

When Mitzy attends a Halloween party at an old asylum that’s supposed to be haunted, she find out pretty quickly that it’s truly haunted. One of the ghosts was a mobster who was gunned down during prohibition and another is a relative of Mitzy’s. She’s unable to find out much though because someone is murdered and she has to leave.

Through investigation and with a little assistance from her grams and her solicitor/alchemist friend, Mitzy learns what she has to do to help the ghosts cross over. Will it be a simple crossing or will it be more difficult as is usually the case for Mitzy?

This is a quick read and nice in-between story while waiting for the next paranormal mystery about Mitzy and her sidekicks.

About the Author

Trixie Silvertale grew up reading an endless supply of Lillian Jackson Braun, Hardy Boys, and Nancy Drew novels. She loves the amateur sleuths in cozy mysteries and is obsessed with all things paranormal. Those two passions unite in her Mitzy Moon Mysteries, and she’s thrilled to write them and share them with you.

When she’s not consumed by writing, she bakes to fuel her creative engine and tends to her herb garden.

Website: http://www.trixiesilvertale.com

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