Ghost House

  • by Richard Crawford
  • Narrated by Joel Froomkin
  • 8 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Tommy killed his best friend. He doesn't know what it will take to make amends, but he has to try.
Everyone believes Tommy's best friend, Danny, died in a terrible accident. Only Tommy knows that it wasn't an accident at all. He made a drunken mistake he can never take back. And now he's haunted, literally. Ghosts use his body to complete their unfinished business, anything from visiting loved ones to threatening old business partners. Tommy's not sure whether to view it as payback or a chance to make amends for Danny.
It sounds nuts, and sometimes Tommy is not sure if he is nuts. It doesn't seem to matter much until he meets Suki.
When a friend is stabbed in a ghost-related brawl, Tommy hits rock bottom. It's time to come clean, but things get more complicated when he finds out Suki has secrets and a psychic dragon for a mother. Soon Tommy is caught up in their past as he plays host to a man wrongly convicted of a child's murder, a violent man who has a score to settle with Suki and her mother, and no intention of giving up Tommy's body. To have any chance of happy ever after, Tommy must prevent the ghost using his body to hurt the ones he loves, and solve a 12- year-old murder.


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Ghost House

This was a good book.Tommy keeps getting inhabited by ghosts who need him to do things for him.A normal life is not possible and it is killing him.Joel Froomkin is a good narrator.He brings out all the characters and the angst Tommy is feeling.I was provided this book free by the author, narrator or publisher.
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- Deedra

An unusual ghost story

What about Joel Froomkin’s performance did you like?

Great delivery and very easy to listen to.

Any additional comments?

This is an unusual ghost story with elements of a thriller and a bit of romance.

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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-02-2017
  • Publisher: Ursula Warnecke