Whispers of Minersville by Eliza Crosby
As Ruthie goes on college summer break with her Dad to a familiar vacation spot, it doesn’t start off quite how she expected. When she witnesses what she thinks is a man committing suicide, it throws her into an unexpected adventure with the local town cowboy, and many tortured ghosts. She feels drawn to help them, and help restore the town she has grown up loving, possibly while falling in love in another way.
What others have to say about the book:
Review from Charei Mace “Just finished reading your book, please tell me there is a sequel? I loved it! Seriously it was such a fun story, and I like never read anything but all I wanted to do was keep reading with this book, Also, I want a teacup pig now!”
“It’s and exact combination of gripping mystery and innocent love and adventure. I loved reading it because it took me to a place that you painted so beautifully in its simplicity and I felt like I knew the characters and was invested in them and the story.”
Lives in West Jordan with her four crazy kids, and cowboy husband. Her main source of nourishment is Dr. Pepper. She has self-published two books, Murder on the Pitch, and Whispers of Minersville. She loves any place with palm trees and a good book. If she’s not reading or writing, she is probably watching Psych, her favorite tv show.
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