Death and Doubloons by Nola Robertson

Rylee Spencer has never believed in anything paranormal. Not the reported hauntings of the less than notorious pirate Cumberpatch Cove is named after, and certainly not her grandmother’s predictions regarding the reincarnation of a great-great uncle on her father’s side of the family.

When she is zapped by a not so awesome birthday present and ends up being haunted by the ghost of a recently murdered Founders Day committee member, Rylee finds herself sleuthing for the supernatural—whether she wants to or not.

Of course, when she adds a muffin stealing mouse, the mystery of a museum coin heist, and a hot detective who thinks she’s a suspect, things get a whole lot worse.

“I love this genre and this author writes it very well. Great plot and characters.” – Amazon Reviewer