San Diego, CA, June 18, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Author Elizabeth Eagan-Cox is taking the concept of the cozy G-Rated mystery novel into the mainstream community. She explains, "The ghosts in my mystery novels are treated as characters that are pivotal to the plot and series development. In no way do I write them as novelties. Now, more than any other time in recent history, the general public is open to accepting the reality that ghosts exist. Readers are open to my concept, that a cozy G-Rated mystery can be mainstream and include personalities in the story-line that are ghosts… real ghosts, who have found a purpose in their spectral existence."
In A Ghost Meets an Angel, Shannon’s relationship with the ghost of Victorian era magician Eric Blackthorne continues to unfold. Shannon realizes that Eric has her best interest in mind when he steps in to help her investigate the cold case murder of a young girl from the early 1900s. Returning characters include retired San Diego Police Detective Francisco Zavala, and Alex Blackthorne, the look-alike present day descendant of the ghost magician Eric Blackthorne.
History from the early 1900s is woven into the cozy mystery and the cold case begins to unravel in present-day when Shannon discovers the ghost angel.
A Ghost Meets an Angel
is in paperback and all e-book formats, available wherever books are sold. More information on the author’s Web site: www.ElizabethEaganCox.net