Nothing says romance like his and hers caskets.
Imogene Lynch has decorated the chapel for Greener Pastures’ first wedding-funeral, but on the morning of the big event, one casket is empty. Has the bride gotten cold feet? Or has someone absconded with her?
The spirits aren’t talking, but they are making Imogene’s life a misery. When the police suspect the mortuary’s head embalmer of stealing the corpse to sell on the black market, she and El, the hunky night watchman, realize it’s up to them to find the missing body.
Their search leads to a berserker Viking cult, obnoxious frat boys, and a pirate bar, among other dangers. But Imogene and El are determined to reunite the deceased couple, or die trying.
If you can imagine Agatha Raisin as a twenty-something, rockabilly ex-hairdresser with a weird connection to the dead, this book is for you.
Greta Boris is a terrifically gifted storyteller. – Heather Young, author of The Distant Dead, from Harper Collins
This is a cosy lover's dream.-Goodreads reviewer
When the dead want justice, they follow her around.
Imogene Lynch, one time hairstylist, wants nothing more than to become a normal mortician. Problem is she has an ability that’s anything but. She feels the final emotions of the deceased when she touches their hair.
When an extra body shows up in the casket at the back of her anatomy class, turns out he's not for dissection. And Carl the corpse won’t leave her alone until she figures out who put him there.
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Imogenes’s client has a special request. The only hitch is, the client is dead.
Will Imogene do her hair and makeup for a big event? It was a dying wish. At least that’s what Imogene’s boss at the Harry’s Hair Stop tells her. And Imogene needs the money if she’s ever going to get an apartment of her own.
But when she arrives at Greener Pastures to get the client ready for her funeral, strange things happen. The woman’s body won’t stay still, and when Imogene touches her hair, she gets something that feels like an electric shock. Is there such a thing as corpse caffeine?
The mortuary’s handsome night watchman has a great idea. Why not send a hair sample to his Forensic Science teacher for analysis? When they do, Imogene discovers her client’s death, just like her hair color, wasn’t as natural as everyone thought.
Is someone killing off the residents of Liberty Grove? To protect everyone she holds dear and to get her dead client off her back, Imogene had better find out.
I’m addicted to Greta Boris’s fast-paced, twisty stories with characters that I feel by the end of the book are my best friends. Not the villains—those I hope never to meet outside these pages.—Emma Bain, Book Reviewer
Author Greta Boris is a master murder mystery storyteller. She combines intrigue and suspense with believable characters packed in a plot that is intense from cover to cover.—Amazon Reviewer