Haunted Ends

The famous paranormal investigative television show, Dead Inns, is tasked with investigating the Juniper Hotel near downtown San Francisco. Rocky Rapaport, the psychic medium on the show, makes a startling discovery while investigating the hotel. During their investigation, Rocky encounters the recently departed, Sam Thompson. Their meeting may forever change the very nature of paranormal investigations ... and test Rocky’s frazzled nerves at the same time. Rocky not only discovers that the hotel's haunted history is true but now Sam simply won’t leave him in peace until he helps him solve his murder and locate his stolen merchandise, a bag filled with uncut diamonds.

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A well earned 5 Stars!
The characters jump off the page in this brilliantly entertaining story about a ghost, Sam, who wants to find his killer and the missing diamonds. The interaction between the characters felt so natural, so real. The story kept you guessing as to who murdered Sam and what will happen next.


Fun Fact!

The Hotel in Haunted Ends is inspired by a real hotel.  Check it out here. 

                                                             ABOUT ELIZABETH PRICE

Elizabeth Price is best known for her Paranormal Mystery series Haunted Ends, which makes light of the dark side of death. She is also known for her Science Fiction series The Last Narkoy, featuring a young Narkoy girl who finds that she is now the last of her kind and who must fight to survive. She also has a fantasy novel, The Claiming of Carrna and a Paranormal nautical novel, Bella Strega.

Born in Southern California, Elizabeth has always been drawn to Science Fiction and fantasy stories. Having also lived and worked in haunted buildings for many years, she has a deep interest in the paranormal and anything that goes “BOO!” in the night – with the exception of critics that is.

You can connect with Elizabeth on Facebook or on Twitter



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