Ghost in trouble

Carolyn G. Hart

Sound recording - 2010

In her toughest case yet, Bailey Ruth, the irrepressible ghost sleuth, returns to earth to protect Kay Clark, a former Adelaide, Okla., acquaintance, from danger -- and discover who killed Kay's husband.

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Westminster, Md. : Books on Tape p2010.
Library ed
Item Description
Unabridged recording of the book published in 2010.
Physical Description
9 compact discs (11 hrs., 16 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in
Main Author
Carolyn G. Hart (-)
Other Authors
Ann Marie Lee (-)
Review by Booklist Reviews

Ghostly emissary Bailey Ruth Raeburn has her work cut out for her when she is dispatched to her Oklahoma hometown to protect former enemy Kay Clark. Kay is determined to stay at the Hume estate, risking her life if necessary to find out what really caused boyfriend Jack Hume to fall down the stairs and die. Honey drips from Lee's voice in her portrayal of southern belle Bailey Ruth, who has a keen eye for detection. Kay comes across as throaty and obstinate; the women of the Hume household have upper-crust, snippy attitudes; Bailey Ruth's boss is blustery; and investigating police officers are fittingly officious. Voicing Bailey Ruth is by far the most fun, as Lee manages to sound both perky and persistent in her portrayal of the ghost sleuth, who uses her wiles to solve the mystery. Hart fans will line up for her latest. Copyright 2019 Booklist Reviews.

Review by Publisher Summary 1

When Bailey Ruth Raeburn passed over into the great beyond, she was delighted to discover her sleuthing days would last an eternity. Joining Heaven’s Department of Good Intentions, she uses her unique advantages as a ghost—sometimes you see her, sometimes you don’t—to help those in need and ensure the wicked get their just deserts.However, on this latest mission, Bailey Ruth finds it more difficult than ever to keep up with her boss Wiggins’s rules for good spirit deportment. Not only is the woman she is supposed to save determined to thwart Bailey Ruth’s good intentions at every turn, she just so happens to be one of Bailey Ruth’s oldest enemies. Not that that should matter to one of Heaven’s best and brightest emissaries, but still, there is only so much a person can put up with—living or dead.But solving Bailey Ruth’s toughest case yet means managing a recalcitrant charge, a fraudulent medium, a mother’s heartbreak, old passions and new, and a telltale rawhide dog bone. Heaven help her!