The Haunting of Brynn Wilder by Wendy Webb
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
What a delicious ghost story! (or is it?)
Brynn has had a heck of a year: mom got very sick, and died. She broke up with her partner of two decades. She's unsure about her job. And her dog died.
So she's taking the summer to just relax, and what better place than a cute village on the shores of Lake Superior? She's staying in a hotel that used to be a boarding house, and the other people there are like her: staying for the summer, a little bit older, friendly.
If only the hotel wasn't haunted. Banging in the walls, a voice outside the door, rattling doors.
Another cool thing? A book with no real "bad guy." Just mysteries.
And! A great love story.
The ending was sweet and sad and there were enough clues that made me think yes, that makes sense.
One cool thing about this? It's the type of book were everyone is "ghosts? yeah, we believe you."
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