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Angie Fox

Author of The Accidental Demon Slayer

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Works by Angie Fox

The Accidental Demon Slayer (2008) 814 copies, 54 reviews
Southern Spirits (2015) 355 copies, 40 reviews
The Dangerous Book for Demon Slayers (2009) 327 copies, 24 reviews
A Tale of Two Demon Slayers (2010) 198 copies, 5 reviews
The Haunted Heist (2016) 128 copies, 62 reviews
The Skeleton in the Closet (2015) 125 copies, 27 reviews
Immortally Yours (2012) 93 copies, 8 reviews
The Last of the Demon Slayers (2010) 92 copies, 6 reviews
Night of the Living Demon Slayer (2015) 86 copies, 14 reviews
So I Married a Demon Slayer (2011) — Contributor — 75 copies, 6 reviews
My Big Fat Demon Slayer Wedding (2013) 73 copies, 4 reviews
Immortally Embraced (2013) 61 copies, 4 reviews
A Ghostly Gift (2015) 55 copies, 11 reviews
Immortally Ever After (2013) 50 copies, 2 reviews
Beverly Hills Demon Slayer (2014) 49 copies, 2 reviews
The Ghost of Christmas Past (2019) 39 copies, 8 reviews
Dog Gone Ghost (2017) 39 copies, 22 reviews
Ghost of a Chance (2016) 36 copies, 9 reviews
Accidental Demon Slayer Boxed Set Vol 1 (2013) 35 copies, 1 review
The Monster MASH (2020) 32 copies, 7 reviews
Date With a Demon Slayer (2015) 29 copies, 10 reviews
I Brake for Biker Witches (2014) 23 copies, 2 reviews
Some Like It Hexed (2015) 18 copies, 5 reviews
A Little Night Magic (2016) 16 copies, 4 reviews
Gentlemen Prefer Voodoo (2013) 13 copies
Love Bites (2011) 10 copies, 1 review
Covens and Cocktails (Anthology 4-in-1) (2014) — Contributor — 9 copies
The Transylvania Twist (2020) 9 copies, 2 reviews
Werewolves of London (2020) 7 copies, 4 reviews

Associated Works

The Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance 2 (2009) — Contributor — 198 copies, 4 reviews
My Zombie Valentine (Anthology 4-in-1) (2009) — Author — 184 copies, 6 reviews
The Real Werewives of Vampire County [anthology] (2011) — Contributor — 90 copies, 2 reviews
The Mammoth Book of Southern Gothic Romance (2014) — Contributor — 30 copies, 3 reviews
Six Times a Charm (2013) — Contributor — 25 copies
Hex the Halls: 8 Magical Holiday Reads (2015) — Contributor — 19 copies
Alphas for the Holidays (Anthology, 28-in-1) (2016) — Contributor — 17 copies
Cast of Characters (Anthology 28-in-1) (2012) — Contributor — 6 copies
Killer Magic (2016) — Contributor — 4 copies


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St. Louis, Missouri, USA



Loved it! A clean, entertaining mystery with a tiny bit of romance and some ghosts thrown in. Unbelievable perhaps, but an absolute delight to read. Looking forward to reading more by this author.
mshubes | 39 other reviews | May 6, 2024 |
Death at the Drive-In by Angie Fox takes us back to Sugarland, Tennessee where Verity and Frankie need to solve a cold case so they can save someone close to them. The story was entertaining from beginning to end. I laughed, giggled, and smiled. Lucy, Verity’s pet skunk, is a sweetheart (she is a scene stealer). I thought it was cute that Verity was teaching Lucy a scaled down version of a dog agility course. Lucy is one clever little skunk. Frankie is up to his normal mischief. Verity’s backyard will soon be very cluttered (well, the ghost version will be). The author brought the drive-in to life with her vivid descriptions. It reminded me of my childhood visits to the drive-in with my family. We got to meet some interesting ghosts with my favorite being Verity’s old Sunday school teacher. Verity and Frankie had a clock on this mystery. Things were kept lively (life is never dull with Frankie around) thanks to Frankie and the gangsters. Someone unexpected joins Verity & assisted her with this spooky case. I was delighted (you will have to read the book to find out who) and enjoyed seeing a different side of this person’s personality. Frankie was a hoot (I loved his reaction when Verity requested his help on a clandestine mission). We did not get to see much of Ellis this time around. The one thing I did not like was the repetitive details (I got it the first time). The ending was sweet and nicely wrapped up the story. While Death at the Drive-In is the thirteenth book in The Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries, it can be read as a standalone. Death at the Drive-In is an entertaining tale with a girlfriend dilemma, a shaky still, a cold case, gang grudges, a serious Sunday school teacher, a surprising sidekick, and a killer conclusion.… (more)
Kris_Anderson | 3 other reviews | Mar 21, 2024 |
The Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries is one of my favorite series to read. The characters are so much fun and because the town is so old, the ghosts that Verity meets are from all different eras. Verity and Frankie are out to save Frankie's girlfriend Molly in this story after she's possessed by another ghost. If they don't save Molly, Verity could lose Frankie also. I loved the setting for this story at the Drive-In and the Irish bar and old motel. You get to see the good side of Frankie showing his love for Molly. Help solving this case comes from someone you wouldn't expect. A lot of the characters that you've come to know from previous books are in this book. I highly recommend it. This story was one of my favorites!… (more)
hyrollin | 3 other reviews | Mar 19, 2024 |
Death at the Drive-In by Angie Fox
Southern Ghost Hunter mystery series #13. Paranormal cozy mystery. Best read as part of the series in order, but can be read as a standalone.
Verity Long is officially in the ghost hunter business and everyone in Sugarland, both alive and dead is aware of her unique abilities. When Molly is inhabited by another ghost, Frankie and Verity must work quickly to figure out who, why and how to fix it before both Molly and Frankie disappear permanently.
In 1956, Kitty Cunningham disappeared on the way to the Starlite Drive-in. So that’s where Verity and Frankie start. On the same land there is also a mob club house and the no-tell motel, all of which have ghosts and stories to tell. Watch out for the gangsters. They are all carrying at least one gun and probably more.

A fun gangster and ghost hunting mystery series. This one isn’t quite as scary as one or two of the past ones have been, but then I can’t imagine the dangers that Verity actually sees superimposed from two different times. For which I’m grateful! I love revisiting with all the regulars including the pet skunk. We actually get to know Veronica better in this story. She is Ellis’s Moher and the one who took everything from Verity in the first place. Not necessarily someone we wanted to know better, but she certainly proved useful in this ghost hunter story.

Exciting adventure and mystery. Who knew those old, established, southern towns had so many ghosts! And so many secrets!
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Madison_Fairbanks | 3 other reviews | Mar 18, 2024 |



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