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Ghost of a Dream (A Ghost Finders Novel) by Simon R. Green
Cover Artist: Don Sipley
Review by Drew Bittner
Ace Mass Market Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781937007737
Date: 28 August 2012 List Price $7.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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When JC Chance, Happy Jack Palmer and Melody Chambers hunt ghosts, well, all sorts of hell will certainly break loose. But something is amiss with the team--JC's infamous confidence is shaken, Happy Jack is actually happy, and Melody is out of sorts. With the team on unsteady ground, can they solve the mystery of a haunted theater before they join the ghosts themselves?

From official release/information:

Product Description: Meet the operatives of the Carnacki Institute-- JC Chance: The team leader, brave, charming, and almost unbearably arrogant; Melody Chambers: the science geek who keeps the antisupernatural equipment running; and Happy Jack Palmer: the terminally gloomy telepath. Their mission: Do Something About Ghosts. Lay them to rest, send them packing or just kick their nasty ectoplasmic arses....

The Ghost Finders are investigating a haunting at the long-abandoned Haybarn Theatre, which is being renovated. But work has been thrown off schedule by some peculiar and unnatural activities. And after the potentially world-changing recent events of their previous assignment, the team thinks that a haunted theatre (aren't they all?) will be a walk in the park.

Until they encounter the Phantom of the Haybarn--on ancient evil whose ability to alter reality itself will test the skills, science, and blind luck of the Ghost Finders to the limit.

(Source: Ace)

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