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© 2020 by Eva Pohler 

Learn more about USA Today bestselling author Eva Pohler's The Mystery House Series, described as Nancy Drew Mysteries meets The Golden Girls. 

Secrets of the Greek Revival: Book One

Like Nancy Drew meets The Golden Girls.

 

Ellen and her two best friends share a mid-life crisis by hatching a plan to renovate an 1860’s Greek revival in the nearby historic district of San Antonio. Although Ellen isn’t one to believe in ghosts, she comes face to face with something inexplicable in the attic. Her ghost-enthusiast friends convince her that they must help the spirit find closure, and as they dig deeper into the past, they uncover a shocking history that someone in the neighborhood doesn’t want exposed. But Ellen and her friends don’t give up easily. They realize they’ve been called to give voice to the invisible women who suffered behind the walls of the house for decades.

The Case of the Abandoned Warehouse: Book Two

Over three hundred bodies were lost in Tulsa in 1921 . . .

 

When Ellen and her two best friends travel to Tulsa for Sue’s daughter’s wedding, they get the crazy idea of flipping another historical home–only this time, it’s an abandoned warehouse. When they hear from the locals that the place is haunted, Ellen and Sue convince Tanya to investigate, and what they uncover is one of Tulsa’s and the nation’s most horrifying secrets.

French Quarter Clues: Book Three

Apparently, Marie Laveau can reach beyond the grave . . .

 

When Ellen and Sue discover that a demon is attached to Tanya, the three friends fly to New Orleans to enlist the help of a Voodoo high priestess. Soon they learn that Tanya's life depends on them finding and consecrating the remains of a "Devil Child," cared for by Delphine LaLaurie and Marie Laveau. The key to finding the remains is hidden in a secret diary buried somewhere in a vacant Creole mansion in the French Quarter. It's time for the three friends to renovate and solve another mystery and hopefully live to tell the tale.

The Hidden Tunnel:

Book Four

It's hard to say no to a handsome billionaire.

 

From USA Today bestselling author Eva Pohler comes a thrilling series featuring a hilarious trio of middle-aged friends who travel the country flipping haunted houses and solving old mysteries, no matter the danger. In this fourth book, The Hidden Tunnel, Ellen, Sue, and Tanya travel to Portland, Oregon to help a local billionaire look for his missing brother, because the authorities have come up empty. In exchange for their help, the billionaire promises to give them his most recent renovation, where his brother was last seen and where they learn about the old Shanghai tunnels connecting Chinatown to the city. As they dig deeper into a local legend, they discover an obscure, unknown tunnel connecting to the renovation. Although hauntings in the tunnel might explain the strange happenings, they soon fear that the cause is more sinister and more powerful than ghosts.

The Haunting of Hoover Dam: Book Five

An entire city is at stake, so the ladies get busy.

 

When Boulder City is inundated with strange occurrences, the local, state, and federal authorities come up emptyhanded. Motivated by heart-wrenching appeals on Sue's blog, Ellen and her friends offer to help. But the pressure's on like never before when their paranormal investigation is met with scrutiny at every turn, especially when they discover, with the help of a one-hundred-year-old ghost, a sickening coverup from the days of the building of the Hoover Dam.

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The Ghost of Blackfeet Nation: Book Six

Not all ghosts want to be saved.

Sue discovers a dilapidated two-story farmhouse on prime property near East Glacier Park Village in Montana on the Blackfeet Nation Reservation. The house and surrounding forest lands have been on the market for years because they're allegedly haunted. The tribal leaders of Blackfeet Nation are anxious to sell, and Sue sees a great opportunity for a vacation home near Glacier National Park. But once she convinces Ellen and Tanya to go in with her on the project, the friends find themselves trapped on the one-hundred acres of forest land with a malevolent spirit that doesn't want to be saved.