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The Jerry McNeal Series, a Paranormal Snapshot Collection Volume 5: (Books 13-15) Spirit of Deadwood, Star Treatment, Merry Me (The Jerry McNeal Series Clean & Cozy Collection) (Autographed Paperback)

The Jerry McNeal Series, a Paranormal Snapshot Collection Volume 5: (Books 13-15) Spirit of Deadwood, Star Treatment, Merry Me (The Jerry McNeal Series Clean & Cozy Collection) (Autographed Paperback)

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The Jerry McNeal Series, a Paranormal Snapshot Collection Volume 5

Marine Veteran Jerry McNeal was born with a psychic ability that allows him to know when something will happen before it happens. Jerry can also see and speak with spirits, making for some “lively” conversations.

Join Jerry McNeal and his ghostly K-9 partner as they put their gifts to good use.

Books in this three-book collection:

Spirit of Deadwood
For fans of The Jerry McNeal Series comes a full-length, standalone Jerry McNeal novel, with Jerry, Gunter and a cast of lively spirits who are sure to entertain.

In a story within a story, disabled Marine veteran Tyler Jones, aka Jonesy, unknowingly rents an apartment in the same historic town. Hiding in the shadow of his former self, Jonesy soon finds himself pushed out of his comfort zone by Grandma Lilly, the lively spirit of a former Deadwood madam determined to help the man realize his worth and help him heal the heart of Juanita Stim, the widowed mother who rents him a room in her house overlooking the legendary city.

A fun-filled ghostly adventure with a hint of romance, Spirit of Deadwood is for those who dare to believe in the unbelievable.

Star Treatment
This 14th installment of the Jerry McNeal Series has Jerry and Gunter heading to Texas.

Along the way, Jerry finds himself dealing with unexpected visitors who challenge his patience and further test his psychic abilities.
Among the visitors is the ghostly spirit of Texas Ranger, Clive Tisdale, who is not a fan of dogs, refuses to tell Jerry why he is there, and if his presence has anything to do with Texas Ranger Raymond Hale.

Raymond Hale oversaw mob informant Antonio Maioriello until both men went missing years earlier and were presumed dead until recent weeks when Maioriello’s image started showing up in tourist photos taken outside the Alamo.

At first, this was presumed to be a camera malfunction, as no one recalled him being present at the time the photos were taken.

Then Maioriello showed up in a photo with the niece of Bruno Deluca – the man Maioriello informed on before being placed in the witness relocation program, and Deluca used his influence to demand answers.

Now, not only must Jerry locate the spirit who is causing the chaos, he must convince Bruno Deluca that Maioriello is truly dead.

Will Jerry and Gunter get to the Alamo in time to defend it from another invasion?

Will Tisdale change his stance about dogs?

Find out in Star Treatment – book 14 of The Jerry McNeal Series.

Merry Me
Feeling guilty at not having made his engagement to April official over the Christmas holidays, Jerry seeks to join her and Max for their annual after-Christmas getaway to Frankenmuth, Michigan.

Not only is he looking forward to visiting the quaint Bavarian town, but since the town is known to visitors as a Christmas town, he sees this as a way to recreate the holiday spirit and finally make a commitment to both April and her daughter.

What Jerry doesn’t expect is to be drawn into a bidding war at a local estate sale or play referee to two spirits who discover he can see them and demand he help settle their differences.

Just when Jerry thinks he has things under control, the Ghost of Christmas Past makes his presence known in the merry little town, causing things to feel a tad less jolly.

Will Jerry be able to restore the status quo in the beautiful Christmas town in time to ask April to be his bride before they return home? Or will his plan be thwarted by things beyond his control?

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