• Get Up and Ghost: A Chantilly Adair Psychic Medium Cozy Mystery

  • The Chantilly Adair Psychic Medium Cozy Mystery Series, Book 1
  • By: Carolyn Ridder Aspenson
  • Narrated by: Lili Dubuque
  • Length: 5 hrs and 39 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (25 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Divorced mother Chantilly Adair didn’t take the job as the head of the Castleberry Georgia Historical Society because she thought it would be easy, in fact, she felt the exact opposite, and that suited her just fine. Desperate to get away from Birmingham and her ex-husband, she took her pre-teen son and high-tailed it straight to her childhood home in Castleberry, Georgia, and the echoes of her recently deceased parents. 

A tumble down a flight of stairs and causing a bump on the head hasn’t hindered Chantilly from rehabbing the historical presence in town, but finding the dead body of the town’s BBQ king just days before the annual BBQ competition puts her right in the local detective’s hot seat.

When the spirit rumored to be haunting the dead man’s restaurant appears, Chantilly’s not sure which is worse, being accused of murder, or claiming a spirit might have had something to do with it. 

Now Chantilly must save herself from a life behind bars or a stay in the psychiatric ward, and still get the competition going on time. 

If you like Southern or paranormal cozy mysteries, you’ll love this first book in the Chantilly Adair Psychic Medium Cozy Mystery Series.

©2019 Carolyn Ridder Aspenson (P)2019 Carolyn Ridder Aspenson

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FANTASTIC!!!!

Carolyn Ridder Aspenson’s Chantilly Adair series is GREAT!! If you like paranormal mysteries this is for you!!! I thought reading it was good , however listening is great too!!! It made my commute disappear!!!!

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A great start to a new series

Carolyn Ridder Aspenson has a storyline that is a great start to a new series. The characters were well crafted and the story was believable, as far as cozy paranormal a can be.

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LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!

It was awesome!
Didn't struggle one bit. Great story and awesome narrator! Not 2nd to Angela Panther but a great companion. Love it so much.

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a cute start to a new series

Get Up and Ghost is a heart-warming, laugh out loud, cozy mystery and a cute start to a new series. Ms. Adair is not your average medium! And the secondary characters are a hoot. Del and Thelma remind me of Ouiser and Clairee from Steel Magnolias. This pair steals the show.

The narrator, Lili Dubuque, brought this entertaining story to life, however, as it is set in the South (Georgia) I expected more of a southern drawl from the characters. Olivia was the only truly southern sounding character. That aspect was disappointing but otherwise, I enjoyed it.