DIG INTO A SHALLOW GRAVE
AND A NEW PARANORMAL COZY MYSTERY SERIES.
Emily Buchanan has always dealt with ghosts at Eternal Rest Bed and Breakfast—after all, it is next to the town’s historic cemetery. When paranormal activity begins to escalate, though, she knows that someone—or something—is desperately trying to communicate. When a body is discovered in a shallow grave, an old town scandal is resurrected, and Emily knows she has to find out what happened if her guests and her ghosts are ever going to get a good night’s sleep.
SWEET DREAMS, the first full-length novel in the new Eternal Rest Bed and Breakfast paranormal cozy mysteries by Beth Dolgner. Set in the rural North Georgia town of Oak Hill, where antiques shopping is a lot more common than murder, Emily Buchanan runs Eternal Rest Bed and Breakfast in a Victorian house built right next to a cemetery. Emily teams up with her best friend and psychic medium Sage Clark and the ghosts of Eternal Rest to solve murders. The only mystery Emily can’t solve is why her late husband’s spirit seems to be trapped between this world and the next.
NOT ALL OF THE GUESTS AT
ETERNAL REST BED AND BREAKFAST ARE LIVING.
Betty, Maxwell and the rest of The Savannah Spirit Seekers head to North Georgia for a weekend at Eternal Rest Bed and Breakfast. The Victorian house and its adjacent cemetery are notoriously haunted, and the ghost hunters are excited to meet the spectral residents. A mysterious ghost seems focused on Carter and his new bride, but the haunting might have more to do Emily Buchanan, the owner of Eternal Rest. It will take The Seekers and a local psychic medium to convince the ghost to check out.
GHOST OF A GUEST, a new novella set two months after the end of Ghost of a Hope, the final book in the Betty Boo, Ghost Hunter series by paranormal romance author Beth Dolgner. This novella is a crossover story set four months before the beginning of Sweet Dreams, the first book in the Eternal Rest Bed and Breakfast paranormal cozy mystery series.
About the Author
BETH DOLGNER writes paranormal fiction and nonfiction. Her first book was the nonfiction Georgia Spirits and Specters, which is a collection of Georgia ghost stories, followed by Everyday Voodoo. Beth made her fiction debut with the Betty Boo, Ghost Hunter paranormal romance series, set in Savannah, Georgia. In addition to writing, Beth also gives presentations on Victorian death and mourning traditions as well as Victorian Spiritualism. She’s always up for going looking for ghosts, too, just like her characters. You can usually find her haunting the historic cemeteries around her home in Berlin, Germany.