Spirit Wind by Marilyn Meredith

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Book Description

A call from a ghost hunter changes Deputy Tempe Crabtree’s vacation plans. Instead of going to the coast, she and her husband are headed to Tehachapi to investigate a haunted house and are confronted by voices on the wind, a murder, and someone out to get them.
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“Another Great Tempe Adventure”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Gornell

There was so much I loved about Tempe’s latest adventure (from the great interest grabbing opening right through to the end), it’s hard to get it all in one little review here. To start with, I really liked the spirit and ghost story (and back story), felt like I was right there in Tehachapi (I’ve been there more than once and I could see familiar places in my mind just like Marilyn described them), Hutch and Tempe’s relationship balance was perfect for the situation, the prison back story was very imaginative given real events…all combined for a most enjoyable read. I like to escape into a different world when I read fiction—and Spirit Wind took me away, kept me there, and I was sad to leave at the end. Another great book from Marilyn Meredith! Highly recommend—just sit back and enjoy reading. I certainly did.

About the Author

I’m the author of the Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery series and the Rocky Bluff P.D. crime series under the name, F. M. Meredith. I’ve also written stand-alones in other genres including historical family sagas and horror. Reading and writing have been a part of me since I was a little girl–a very long time ago. I love to hear from readers who have enjoyed my books. I’ve made many new and good friends among the readers and writers at various mystery conventions and conferences.

Hubby and I live in the foothills of the Sierra much like the place where my heroine Tempe Crabtree lives. And we once lived in a beach community that resembles Rocky Bluff.

I’ve also written several stand-alone books for Kindle and paper.

I love to hear from my readers or have them visit my webpage at http://fictionforyou.com

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