Ghost in Trouble (2010)

Ghost in Trouble (2010) by Carolyn Hart

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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!

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Born: August 25, 1936, Oklahoma City, USA Carolyn Gimpel Hart was born in Oklahoma City. She received her BA from the University of Oklahoma in 1956 and married Philip Donnell Hart the same year, with whom she had two children. Carolyn`s childhood passed in the troubled war years, and from childhood there was a feeling of the great importance of newspapers as the main source of information. This is why Carolyn became a journalist. She got a job as a reporter for the Norman Transcript, wrote under the name Carolyn G.

Hart, and was later hired as an editor. She has been a freelance journalist since 1961 and teaches at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Oklahoma. But she eventually became a detective writer, although her interest in journalism continues unabated in her novels. Among her most famous works is the novel Letter from Home (2003). Carolyn Hart has been active in various detective and crime writers` associations. She was president o...

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Born: August 25, 1936, Oklahoma City, USA Carolyn Gimpel Hart was born in Oklahoma City. She received her BA from the University of Oklahoma in 1956 and married Philip Donnell Hart the same year, with whom she had two children. Carolyn`s childhood passed in the troubled war years, and from childhood there was a feeling of the great importance of newspapers as the main source of information. This is why Carolyn became a journalist. She got a job as a reporter for the Norman Transcript, wrote under the name Carolyn G. Hart, and was later hired as an editor. She has been a freelance journalist since 1961 and teaches at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Oklahoma. But she eventually became a detective writer, although her interest in journalism continues unabated in her novels. Among her most famous works is the novel Letter from Home (2003). Carolyn Hart has been active in various detective and crime writers` associations. She was president of the Sisters in Crime literary organization and director of the Detective Writers` Association of America. She is the author of over 30 novels and winner of the Agatha, Anthony and Mavaviti awards. Carolyn Hart`s detectives consist of two popular episodes. The writer builds her novels according to the principles of the classic detective story, well known since the Golden Age. Reading her books is pleasant because she writes easily and very vividly. There is a touch of romance in the novels, but this is nothing more than a slight hint or event that brings the atmosphere to life. The writer allows herself to tell about the courtship or marriage of two amateur detectives. Among Carolyn Hart`s most popular novels is The Death on Demand, which focuses on murders in a bookstore, the crimes causing parallels with the books sold here. The American writer will come up with very original plots that do not go beyond the classical template, creating a cozy atmosphere of mystery and mystery that stimulates intellectual search. Carolyn Hart`s heroines are reminiscent of the famous Miss Marple from the novels of Agatha Christie, surround older women with a positive image and encourage readers to respect older people.  Titles, awards and prizes: Throughout her forty-year writing career, Carolyn Hart has won awards: The Secret of America`s Writers Grand Master 2014. Agatha Prize - nine nominations and three victories. Anthony Award for Best Original Paperback Novel - five nominations and two wins. Ridley Pearson Award. Honorary Guest of the national annual conference in 1997 and receiving a lifetime award (since 2007). Oklahoma Center: Fiction Book Award in 2001 and Lifetime Award (since 2004). Distinguished alumnus of Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication.  Prizes Winner: 2014 - Edgar Allan Poe (Grandmaster) Prize. 2007 - Agatha Prize (Special Lifetime Achievement in the Genre). 2004 - Agatha Prize (Best Novel, Letter from Home). 1994 - Agatha Award (Best Novel, Dead Man`s Island). 1993 - Macavity Award (Best Story, Henrie O`s Holiday). 1990 - Macavity Award (Best detective novel, A Little Class on Murder). 1989 - Agatha Award (Best Novel, Something Wicked).  Nominee: 1995 - Macavity Award (Best detective novel, Scandal in Fair Haven). 1994 - Macavity Award (Best detective novel, Dead Man`s Island). 1992 - Macavity Award (Best detective novel, The Christie Caper). 1991 - Agatha Award (Best Novel, Deadly Valentine). 1991 - Macavity Award (Best detective novel, Deadly Valentine).