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Ghost Hunting Should Always Be This Interesting,
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This review is from: Ghost of a Smile (Ghost Finders Novels) (Mass Market Paperback)
While the Ghost books have attracted their fair share of criticism from the fans, who seem to see them as derivative or patronising, Greene has created something a bit different in the Karnaki Institute and its three main operatives. So just how would you conduct a relationship with ghost girl? Or find out if your boss was trying to have you killed? This book tries to answer those questions in a challenging and unusual way. The story is a bit thin on the ground this time, being essentially a `chase' tale once we get inside the building, but the closure is intriguing and there must be more to resolve what has happened to the helpful ghost of Kim... To say more would be to give away the plot, but if you liked the first, you'll love this, if you hated the first book Ghost of a Chance, you'll probably be just as unhappy and would be best advised steering clear. A quick read with less depth that Greene's other work, it is still worth collecting for the completionist and a nice addition to a growing body by a great British writer.