The staff at Salem’s local station, WICH-TV, is looking forward to the wedding of their program director, Lee Barrett. But when Lee heads off on her Maine honeymoon, she’ll be haunted by the ghosts of her own past .
Salem’s WICH-TV program director Lee Barrett is about to discover no good deed goes unpunished . . .Lee has been promoted from field reporter to program director. Keeping track of all the shows and managing the local TV personalities—including a cowboy, a clown, and a performing dog—has her head spinning,,,.
When a copycat killer has reporter Lee Barrett brushing up on ancient history, it’s a test where failure could be lethal .As a Salem native, WICH-TV field reporter and amateur sleuth she is well versed in the region’s lore. So when the murder of revered local professor Samuel Bond resembles a killing from almost two centuries ago, everyone is on edge.
A dead ballplayer means foul play in Salem--Field reporter Lee Barrett is not happy that her hours are being cut back at WICH-TV, although it is nice to volunteer with Aunt Ibby, a research librarian at Salem's main branch. But Lee's least favorite task is going up to the stacks, a spooky, seldom-frequented upper section of the library. On this day she has good reason to be afraid—
Life at the house on Winter Street is abuzz with preparations for Aunt Ibby’s 45th high school reunion.And Lee Barrett is happy to pitch in, tracking down addresses and licking envelopes. But as a field reporter for Salem’s WICH-TV, her priority is to be on top of the town’s latest news before anyone else. When the local police dredge up a vintage sports car containing human remains,
Lee Barrett has landed her dream job at Salem’s WICH-TV. As the new field reporter, she’ll be covering events live as they’re unfolding. Next on her checklist is an interview with the beloved chairman of a popular walking tour through Salem’s historic districts. But it may be his ghost walking this snowy Noel season after Lee finds him murdered in his stately offices, bloody Santa hat askew. .
There’s a new witch hunt in Salem. When Lee Barrett joins a former student’s bridal party as maid of honor, she expects cake tastings and dress fittings. But wedding planning becomes more peculiar than Lee’s scrying talents could ever predict.
For residents of Salem, the day after Halloween brings empty candy wrappers, sagging pumpkins, and a community-wide identity crisis. Until Lee Barrett’s TV production class suggests extending the spooky season with the traditional Mexican celebration Dia de Los Muertos. But when the students discover not all of Salem’s dead are resting in peace,
Lee Barrett has agreed to attend a storage auction with Aunt Ibby — although she suspects the forgotten rooms will yield more junk than treasure. Her skepticism vanishes once the two win a bid on an overlooked locker and uncover a trove of beautiful curiosities, including a stunning wooden carousel horse with gentle eyes and fading paint...
When Lee Barrett spots the same style oak bureau she once had as a child on the WICH-TV show, Shopping Salem, she rushes to the antiques shop and buys the piece. Just like the beloved bureau she lost in a fire, this one has secret compartments. It also comes with an intriguing history--it was purchased in an estate sale from a home where a famous local murder took place.
Her instincts may be killer--but can she catch one this wicked? tAfter losing her job as a TV psychic, Lee Barrett has decided to volunteer her talents as an instructor at the Tabitha Trumbull Academy of the Arts--known as "The Tabby"--in her hometown of Salem. But when the school's handyman turns up dead under seemingly inexplicable circumstances...
Most folks associate the city of Salem with witches, but for Lee Barrett, it’s home. She’s returned to her hometown this October—where her beloved Aunt Ibby still lives—to interview for a job as a reporter at WICH-TV. But the only opening is for a call-in psychic to host the late night horror movies. Seems the previous host, Ariel Constellation, never saw her own murder coming.
“Perfectly relaxing and readable.”
“An entertaining story that keeps readers guessing until the very twisted and eerie end.”
—RT Book Reviews