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“Sexton St. Croix's cruise ship is haunted and he...”

Written on: 23/07/2006 by Jacquie Rogers (8 reviews written)

Sexton St. Croix's cruise ship is haunted and he either has to get rid of the ghost, or sell the ship for scrap. In one last effort to convince the ghost to leave the ship, he books a psychics' cruise and hires Bree Emory, a reputable clairsentient, to counteract the charlatan's on board. Bree embarks on an 80-year-old murder investigation, encountering resistance to the truth from even Sex himself. But even though he doubts her findings, he's drawn to Bree with a magnetism similar to the… Read Full Review

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“Kate Angell, Crazy for You - In 1925 on the luxurious...”

Written on: 27/02/2005 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

Kate Angell, Crazy for You - In 1925 on the luxurious SS Majestic that he owns, Randolph St. Croix broke off his engagement to Eloise Hogue to propose to flapper Daisy Alton. She accepted his family heirloom, a six carat fire opal in the center of diamonds, as an engagement gift. Not long afterward, Daisy allegedly killed Randolph and committed suicide. No gun was found and the SS Majestic went into mothballs as no one wanted to ride a vessel allegedly haunted by the killer ghost.

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