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Introducing Aunt Dimity, Paranormal Detective

by Nancy Atherton

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An irresistible introduction to everyone?s favorite cozy mystery series

Over the course of fourteen successful books, Nancy Atherton?s Aunt Dimity series has become enormously popular. Now, with the first two mysteries in one volume, Introducing Aunt Dimity, Paranormal Detective makes it easy to get a taste of the ghostly sleuth?s delightful debut. In Aunt Dimity?s Death, Aunt Dimity?s American niece, Lori Shepherd, had long thought her mother?s childhood tales of Aunt Dimity were merely comforting bedtime stories. But when a pair of lawyers informs her that her mysterious aunt has just died and made the down-on-her-luck Lori a rich woman, she finds a reason to believe. Aunt Dimity and the Duke finds the benevolent spirit helping Emma Porter?forty, fat, and frumpy?tame a Duke?s overgrown garden and discover romance along the way. These two tales continue to enchant Atherton?s devoted fans and, packaged together, are sure to attract even more new readers to the series.

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"In Aunt Dimity's Death, Aunt Dimity's American niece, Lori Shepherd, had long thought her mother's childhood tales of Aunt Dimity were merely comforting bedtime stories. But when a Dickensian pair of lawyers informs her that her mysterious aunt has just died and made the down-on-her-luck Lori a rich woman, she Finds a reason to believe." "Aunt Dimity and the Duke finds fat, frumpy, forty-year-old Emma Porter dumped by her longtime lover and embarking on a driving tour of England's glorious gardens. Her travels lead her to Penford Hall, where she soon realizes that overgrown flowerbeds aren't the only things amiss. Guided by Aunt Dimity's unseen hand, Emma comes back to life as she discovers the secrets of Penford Hall and the unexpected bloom of new romance."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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