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A Murder After Death

(The seventh book in the Penelope Banks Murder Mystery series)
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What’s a private investigator to do when her client is already dead?

Penelope “Pen” Banks has just been hired by one Winston Waterstone…who has been dead for almost two months. This, according to his wife, who is still very much alive.

Helen Waterstone’s husband has been haunting their home for almost a full month now. As such, she has hired the services of the world-renowned Madame LaFleur to perform one of her infamous seances to help discover who may have murdered him.

Penelope has little use for crystal balls and ouija boards. But it doesn’t take magic or mysticism to realize that someone very much still alive has been tormenting the widow with wicked pranks.

When the “commune with the beyond” results in a murder, Pen is determined to discover who the killer was. Not an easy thing to do when everyone in attendance had something to hide.

And nearly impossible when the murder victim is as puzzling as the method of murder.

A Murder After Death is the seventh book in the Penelope Banks Mystery series set in 1920s New York. The enjoyment of a cozy historical mystery combined with the excitement and daring of New York during Prohibition and the Jazz Age.

Genre: Cozy Mystery

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