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With his dying breath, Stoddard Gusarov names his killer: Danielle Boatman. Danielle had a score to settle with Stoddard Gusarov, but murder him? Never. Proving to the police she is innocent is the least of her problems. She has an angry spirit to contend with, the ghost of Stoddard Gusarov—and he’s out for revenge.


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With his dying breath, Stoddard Gusarov names his killer: Danielle Boatman. Danielle had a score to settle with Stoddard Gusarov, but murder him? Never. Proving to the police she is innocent is the least of her problems. She has an angry spirit to contend with, the ghost of Stoddard Gusarov—and he’s out for revenge.

30 review for The Ghost Who Wanted Revenge (Haunting Danielle, #4)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dr. Simone J. Simone

    Brilliant Development of Plots Reading these books has made me feel like a resident of Marlowe House. One of the things that I enjoy the most is the flow of gossip in the village. It provides information AND really brings the characters to life. no pun intended. It mystifies me how an author can invent such a complex scheme and make it happen with a host of characters. I'm officially addicted to this series Brilliant Development of Plots Reading these books has made me feel like a resident of Marlowe House. One of the things that I enjoy the most is the flow of gossip in the village. It provides information AND really brings the characters to life. no pun intended. It mystifies me how an author can invent such a complex scheme and make it happen with a host of characters. I'm officially addicted to this series

  2. 5 out of 5

    LuAnn Evans

    Enjoyed I have enjoyed all so far. Look forward to next one! Just sucks you right in to find out who done it and what is going to happen next. I recommend these to all who likes a good mystery.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Mustard

    Man Danielle has the worst luck in this series lol

  4. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    So hooked on these books Bobbi Holmes has become another of my favorite authors! If you like mystery, murder, and spooks, you will love these books! I know I do! On to number 5

  5. 4 out of 5

    Theresa

    4.5 Stars... Once again Danielle finds herself dead center in a murder mystery... Someone is framing her for murder, an angry ghost wants revenge, and a hit man has been sent to end her very existence; life is certainly complicated for Danielle Boatman... The plot thickens and twists and turns as the players all take center stage and motives are revealed; a real "who done it" evolves and keeps the reader guessing until the very end... Another entertaining and engaging story in this captivating s 4.5 Stars... Once again Danielle finds herself dead center in a murder mystery... Someone is framing her for murder, an angry ghost wants revenge, and a hit man has been sent to end her very existence; life is certainly complicated for Danielle Boatman... The plot thickens and twists and turns as the players all take center stage and motives are revealed; a real "who done it" evolves and keeps the reader guessing until the very end... Another entertaining and engaging story in this captivating series that keeps me wanting more.:)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Roberta

    These books are cute. Fun light read.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lexi

    The Ghost Who Wanted Revenge by Bobbi Holmes Rating: 5 stars Trigger Warning: murder There’s been another murder and once again Danielle is thrust back into the spotlight. Stoddard Gusarov has named Danielle as the one who shot him before he died in his wife’s arms and in the presence of a police officer. Someone is trying to frame Danielle for the murder, but why? And before the murderers are even captured another murder happens in town and the victim . . . Stoddard’s wife. Meanwhile, Stoddard’s The Ghost Who Wanted Revenge by Bobbi Holmes Rating: 5 stars Trigger Warning: murder There’s been another murder and once again Danielle is thrust back into the spotlight. Stoddard Gusarov has named Danielle as the one who shot him before he died in his wife’s arms and in the presence of a police officer. Someone is trying to frame Danielle for the murder, but why? And before the murderers are even captured another murder happens in town and the victim . . . Stoddard’s wife. Meanwhile, Stoddard’s ghost is set on haunting Danielle and out for revenge over his murder. This book is hands down the best one in the series so far. This is the first book in the series where I didn’t figure out who the murderer was until the end. This one kept me guessing, and that is the best feature of this book. Also the police chief, MacDonald, is starting to become a more major character at this point and he knows Dani can see ghosts and believes her! Honestly, if Dani and Walt can’t be a couple Dani and MacDonald would be a couple I would root for. Also, Joe has slightly redeemed himself in this book for being Dani’s alibi (even if he was a creeper about it). He didn’t redeem himself enough for me to like him though. I really don’t have issues with this book. I mean the narrator for the audiobook is still annoying with the female characters’ voices, but it’s a safe bet to say it’s probably the same narrator for all the books (or at least most). My biggest issue with the books being predictable kinda went away with this one since I didn’t figure out who the murderers were until the end. They’re still kinda predictable with Danielle being at the center of everything but what else can you expect when she’s the main character and they’re murder mysteries. Besides, the police department would never solve any murders without her. If you are debating about reading this series, this book alone should make you start. It was fantastic. Murder mystery lovers, this is right up your alley.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Knapp

    So far, every book has been better than the previous, which is unusual. Most of us look forward to a sequel, but don't expect it to be better than the first. This series seems to be the exception for me. In the previous year, Danielle Boatman has lost her husband, but found he was cheating on her. The pain of this betrayal has her selling the company they started and looking for a new start. It doesn't help that she can see ghosts who haven't moved on. However, she finds her new start in an unexp So far, every book has been better than the previous, which is unusual. Most of us look forward to a sequel, but don't expect it to be better than the first. This series seems to be the exception for me. In the previous year, Danielle Boatman has lost her husband, but found he was cheating on her. The pain of this betrayal has her selling the company they started and looking for a new start. It doesn't help that she can see ghosts who haven't moved on. However, she finds her new start in an unexpected inheritance from a Great Aunt by marriage, The Marlowe House. But Marlowe house comes with secrets and the town, a wide variety of characters. The main character is Walt Marlow, a Ghost, excuse me, a spirit (Walt does not like the term ghost) who died in his own attic at the age of 25. He has decided he doesn't want to "move on" to the next part of his journey. There's a touch of romance in the air, but where can a Spirit and a live woman's relationship go? Danielle has her best friend back, but someone is out to kill Gusarov, the man who kidnapped Lily. When the killer succeeds, Gusarov lives long enough to name Danielle as his killer. The police are looking closely as Lily sues Gusarov's estate for being kidnapped and held against her will, and not getting her the treatment she needed, and for tattooing her in an attempt to use her as a replacement for the heiress. Can Danielle prove her innocence and solve the murder?

  9. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    I am so into this series! I love every part of it. I love the characters, I love the resident ghost in Marlow House, I love the innovative mysteries, and I love how the story line continues from one book to another, even though each book is a separate story. Danielle Boatman, series protagonist, and the proprietor of Marlow House B&B, is well known to the local police force. In previous books she was briefly suspected of crime (of course she didn't do it!) but with his dying breath Stoddard Gusar I am so into this series! I love every part of it. I love the characters, I love the resident ghost in Marlow House, I love the innovative mysteries, and I love how the story line continues from one book to another, even though each book is a separate story. Danielle Boatman, series protagonist, and the proprietor of Marlow House B&B, is well known to the local police force. In previous books she was briefly suspected of crime (of course she didn't do it!) but with his dying breath Stoddard Gusarov, local wealthy business magnate, names Danielle as his murderer. Danielle has issues with Stoddard galore but she didn't kill him. Worse yet, she is constantly haunted by a very angry ghost- Stoddard! He truly believes that she killed him. There are so many twists and turns, as there always is, and Danielle is in danger a few times. Her ghost-friend Walt Marlow comes to her rescue. Policeman Joe Morelli, who started out as a romantic interest in the first book but lost favor when he believed Danielle to have committed a crime in the second book, slowly regains footage in this book, and the police chief learns about Danielle's gift of talking to the spirits. Best of all, there are many more books in this series for me to buy and read!

  10. 4 out of 5

    moxieBK

    The Ghost Who Wanted Revenge (Haunting Danielle Book 4) Bobbi Holmes, Anna J. McIntyre, Elizabeth Mackey (41 chapters) Oct 18-19, 2020 This story again starts on a gruesome note as a character form the previous book is killed....by Danielle. Wait, wha? Yes, the victim swears, with his wife and a cop—the one that doesn’t much care for Danielle—as his witnesses. From there, this story gets a bit wonky, because after the victim passes, he starts haunting Danielle’s B&B at all hours, but he won’t stop The Ghost Who Wanted Revenge (Haunting Danielle Book 4) Bobbi Holmes, Anna J. McIntyre, Elizabeth Mackey (41 chapters) Oct 18-19, 2020 This story again starts on a gruesome note as a character form the previous book is killed....by Danielle. Wait, wha? Yes, the victim swears, with his wife and a cop—the one that doesn’t much care for Danielle—as his witnesses. From there, this story gets a bit wonky, because after the victim passes, he starts haunting Danielle’s B&B at all hours, but he won’t stop and listen to what Danielle has to say to him. After Danielle has an ironclad alibi, she starts putting clues together to figure out who really is responsible for the murder. And it’s all leading back to the wife. When the victim become angry and as a ghost scratches Danielle, she starts worrying that this is a new development she never saw coming. A decent read. This was the last story in the 4-book set. I will definitely need to keep a look out for discounts on the continuing series (there are a whopping 26 in the series so far!) I really enjoyed the stories and the characters and I hope to continue to read this series before several more years pass. Four stars.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Danielle Powell

    This was quite a thrilling book, and I am so pleased to say that the author was nowhere near as repetitive as she had been in the previous books in the series. Although it took me a bit longer to finish, when I did get the time to read, I didn’t want to put it down. There were so many plot twists here that each time I thought I had the who-done-it figured out, something changed and I was left guessing again. My only issue was that I felt the editing could have been better. There were several pun This was quite a thrilling book, and I am so pleased to say that the author was nowhere near as repetitive as she had been in the previous books in the series. Although it took me a bit longer to finish, when I did get the time to read, I didn’t want to put it down. There were so many plot twists here that each time I thought I had the who-done-it figured out, something changed and I was left guessing again. My only issue was that I felt the editing could have been better. There were several punctuation errors, although I actually wonder if the eBook version is any different from the print version in this aspect. It doesn’t really matter much, I’m looking forward to finding out about the Halloween ghost, so on to the next installment!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda Jones

    Good Story This one takes up right after the last book. Something bad happens to the man who kidnapped Lily in the last book. And he is raging mad at Dani. This book's mystery was more complex, with lots of people involved. It was a masterful set-up. And I am becoming invested in many of the characters, not just Dani and Walt. I love Dani's best friend Lily. And I am really liking the chief of police. I am looking forward to starting the next book in the series. Good Story This one takes up right after the last book. Something bad happens to the man who kidnapped Lily in the last book. And he is raging mad at Dani. This book's mystery was more complex, with lots of people involved. It was a masterful set-up. And I am becoming invested in many of the characters, not just Dani and Walt. I love Dani's best friend Lily. And I am really liking the chief of police. I am looking forward to starting the next book in the series.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    This book is great and I've finally gotten used to the way the author sets everything up in the first half of the book and then it call starts to make sense (come together) in the second half. I still don't understand why Danielle digs herself deeper and deeper into seeming guilty. It does not make sense. But all in all, I love this series! This book is great and I've finally gotten used to the way the author sets everything up in the first half of the book and then it call starts to make sense (come together) in the second half. I still don't understand why Danielle digs herself deeper and deeper into seeming guilty. It does not make sense. But all in all, I love this series!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kim Loomer

    This book tied in with the last book and who and why about the murder made this book compelling and I enjoyed it a great deal. Danielle, who said she wouldn't take any more guests until Lily is healed changed her mind. So between the guest, the ghost of the murder and all the twists and turns it was a good book and I would loved to be able to read them all. Maybe later on. This book tied in with the last book and who and why about the murder made this book compelling and I enjoyed it a great deal. Danielle, who said she wouldn't take any more guests until Lily is healed changed her mind. So between the guest, the ghost of the murder and all the twists and turns it was a good book and I would loved to be able to read them all. Maybe later on.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sheri

    The characters and premise are a little outrageous but I’ve now read the first 4 books and they tell a fine story. The character development continues apace and the sloothing is full of imaginative scenarios. My only complaint is that each book has been about 100 pages too long. The pace of the story is quick but some serious editing is required Yo pare down some of the superfluous prose.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    Kept me guessing I knew from the beginning who the killer was, but she threw in so many red herrings that I kept second guessing myself. Although I was right on the killer there was, I thought, a twist to the end. I have a love-hate relationship with her books. Love them but hate that I get sucked in so I don't get stuff done. 😁 Kept me guessing I knew from the beginning who the killer was, but she threw in so many red herrings that I kept second guessing myself. Although I was right on the killer there was, I thought, a twist to the end. I have a love-hate relationship with her books. Love them but hate that I get sucked in so I don't get stuff done. 😁

  17. 5 out of 5

    Zoë

    I struggled with the first half of the book mainly because i was scared something was going to happen to Danielle once I realised nothing did i loved this book and whizzed through it. Looking forward to the next one x

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dana Kennedy

    I may have missed it as I sometimes read while there is too much going on around me, but I really never figured out why the person responsible for all the events in this book, was quite that crazy! Still fun to read, and kept me reading.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Beatrice Richter

    It is a great read. I really recommend this series. I also like that the books have no cliffhanger at the end. Each story is such a fun that I want to read more (I thank the author fo her writing skills to hook me up without using a cliffhanger).

  20. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    I like the ghost and many of the side characters but Danielle is very inconsistent. Sometimes she seems like an interesting character and others she falls in the TSTL category. I won't continue this series. I like the ghost and many of the side characters but Danielle is very inconsistent. Sometimes she seems like an interesting character and others she falls in the TSTL category. I won't continue this series.

  21. 4 out of 5

    A.M. Cummins

    I appreciate this book in the series since the story line directly ties in with the one before it. It was a nice change to have Danielle not in the hot seat for the whole story and helping someone else prove their innocents.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Angel

    Love these books such fun quick reads!!! I always love the characters in her books!! As soon as I finish one I’m ready for the next one!! The only reason I don’t give it five stars is I wish they would have two people read the different characters!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Diane Horne

    The Ghost Who Wanted Revenge (Book 4) By Bobbi Holmes, Anna J. McIntyre Five stars, they are good authors.. This was a good mystery novel.. I like at they hint at the end what the.next book is like

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tami Harmon

    Now that the author has developed the characters more the books are getting better. Foreshadow heavy, so the twists are rarely shocking. This one did have a small reveal at the end I didn't see coming. These are cute books and fun to read when you want something light. Now that the author has developed the characters more the books are getting better. Foreshadow heavy, so the twists are rarely shocking. This one did have a small reveal at the end I didn't see coming. These are cute books and fun to read when you want something light.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    Loved it!!! Continuing story of Isabelle and her family (from The Ghost Who Wasn't). Danielle and her friends (and not so much friends) get involved with another murder. Strong characters, humor and twists throughout the book. Loved it!!! Continuing story of Isabelle and her family (from The Ghost Who Wasn't). Danielle and her friends (and not so much friends) get involved with another murder. Strong characters, humor and twists throughout the book.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Pat

    Interesting, because the twist and turns and the surprise....okay maybe not a shock surprise, but yes by the end, it was apparent. I am not as familiar with what ghosts can or can not do. That has been a fun revelation. These are light pleasant mysteries. I would actually say 4.25.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Gasser

    Well written delightful mystery with twists and turns from the beginning to the end.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Stuart Macmartin

    Another fun read. Writing and characters and plots are getting better through this series. A few oddly wordy people who seem to be plot devices, but I’ll look past that.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Valerie

    Each book in this series is better than the one before. A must read series

  30. 5 out of 5

    Rhonda

    really liking this series

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