web site hit counter The Ghost and the Femme Fatale - Ebooks PDF Online
Hot Best Seller

The Ghost and the Femme Fatale

Availability: Ready to download

A film festival gone noir gives bookshop owner Penelope Thornton-McClure and her ghostly companion a big screen caper to solve in this Haunted Bookshop mystery from Cleo Coyle, writing as Alice Kimberly. The Movie Town Theater is holding its first ever Film Noir Festival, with Pen handling book sales for the guest speakers, including screen actress Hedda Geist. The legendar A film festival gone noir gives bookshop owner Penelope Thornton-McClure and her ghostly companion a big screen caper to solve in this Haunted Bookshop mystery from Cleo Coyle, writing as Alice Kimberly. The Movie Town Theater is holding its first ever Film Noir Festival, with Pen handling book sales for the guest speakers, including screen actress Hedda Geist. The legendary femme fatale has been out of the spotlight for decades. Unfortunately, the moment she steps back into it, she's nearly killed. Then other guests start to die, and Penelope wants to know why her little town's Film Noir weekend has taken a truly dark turn. With local police on the wrong track, Penelope enlists the help of Jack Shepard, P.I. Okay, so Jack hasn't had a heartbeat since 1949, when he was gunned down in what is now Pen's store. But the hard-boiled ghost actually remembers Hedda's dark past and Penelope's sure he can help solve this case--even if he and his license did expire more than fifty years ago...


Compare

A film festival gone noir gives bookshop owner Penelope Thornton-McClure and her ghostly companion a big screen caper to solve in this Haunted Bookshop mystery from Cleo Coyle, writing as Alice Kimberly. The Movie Town Theater is holding its first ever Film Noir Festival, with Pen handling book sales for the guest speakers, including screen actress Hedda Geist. The legendar A film festival gone noir gives bookshop owner Penelope Thornton-McClure and her ghostly companion a big screen caper to solve in this Haunted Bookshop mystery from Cleo Coyle, writing as Alice Kimberly. The Movie Town Theater is holding its first ever Film Noir Festival, with Pen handling book sales for the guest speakers, including screen actress Hedda Geist. The legendary femme fatale has been out of the spotlight for decades. Unfortunately, the moment she steps back into it, she's nearly killed. Then other guests start to die, and Penelope wants to know why her little town's Film Noir weekend has taken a truly dark turn. With local police on the wrong track, Penelope enlists the help of Jack Shepard, P.I. Okay, so Jack hasn't had a heartbeat since 1949, when he was gunned down in what is now Pen's store. But the hard-boiled ghost actually remembers Hedda's dark past and Penelope's sure he can help solve this case--even if he and his license did expire more than fifty years ago...

30 review for The Ghost and the Femme Fatale

  1. 5 out of 5

    Michael Brown

    This series has several flaws. First the mandatory bickering companions. One is a professor who is way too serious. The second is a postman who is childish, a know-it-all and has no self control when it comes to his behavior in public. The other main supporters outside of the main characters family are also misfits of various levels of obnoxious behavior. The mysteries all seem to relate to cases from the "ghost" detectives' past. But while we get clues from flashbacks we also get too much data This series has several flaws. First the mandatory bickering companions. One is a professor who is way too serious. The second is a postman who is childish, a know-it-all and has no self control when it comes to his behavior in public. The other main supporters outside of the main characters family are also misfits of various levels of obnoxious behavior. The mysteries all seem to relate to cases from the "ghost" detectives' past. But while we get clues from flashbacks we also get too much data and know the criminal too early. The author has a 'coffee house' series which I stopped reading after 3 books. There is one more here so that should end this group for a while.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Leya

    The reason I come back to this series for more is Jack, the ghost. I love his character. He has a great sense of humor, a comedic flare and the banter between Jack and Pen is hilarious. I love the way that Pen tries to bring up to speed with the twenty-first century, and the way Jack tries to "doll" Pen up. And I just love the way that Jack takes Pen back to his time through her dreams. The usual "helpers" are in the story, we see alot of Seymour and Brainert, but not too much of Spencer, Pen's The reason I come back to this series for more is Jack, the ghost. I love his character. He has a great sense of humor, a comedic flare and the banter between Jack and Pen is hilarious. I love the way that Pen tries to bring up to speed with the twenty-first century, and the way Jack tries to "doll" Pen up. And I just love the way that Jack takes Pen back to his time through her dreams. The usual "helpers" are in the story, we see alot of Seymour and Brainert, but not too much of Spencer, Pen's son, which I found strange. I like the kid and his fascination with old mysteries, especially P.I.'s. And one of the town's favorite business owner has had enough of the evil councilwoman. But getting to the crime(s), I didn't figure out. Surprising, I thought all along that it had been Hedda, or even Dr. Pepper (yes, that's his name!), but no way did I think it was who it was. It was interesting how the author intertwined the crime that Pen was investigating with the one Jack was investigating back in 1948. Needless to say I enjoyed this book. It was a wonderfully written cosy mystery, and I can tell you that I'll be coming back for more. 4.5/5

  3. 5 out of 5

    Brenda

    I really enjoy this series. It's light, it's fun, and it travels in two separate time periods. I really enjoy this series. It's light, it's fun, and it travels in two separate time periods.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kathy Davie

    Fourth in the Haunted Bookshop mystery series set in a bookstore, Buy the Book, in Quindicott, Rhode Island and revolving around Penelope Thornton-McClure, one of the owners, and Jack Shepherd, a ghost of a private detective murdered in the store back in 1949. The Story From the beginning we've been tantalized by J. Brainert Parker's dream of re-opening Quindicott's old movie theater and this weekend is it. It's a gala film noir movie festival with authors and actors scheduled for talks and signin Fourth in the Haunted Bookshop mystery series set in a bookstore, Buy the Book, in Quindicott, Rhode Island and revolving around Penelope Thornton-McClure, one of the owners, and Jack Shepherd, a ghost of a private detective murdered in the store back in 1949. The Story From the beginning we've been tantalized by J. Brainert Parker's dream of re-opening Quindicott's old movie theater and this weekend is it. It's a gala film noir movie festival with authors and actors scheduled for talks and signings. Two of those speakers include an actor and actress, Hedda Geist and Pierce Armstrong, former lovers associated with an "accidental" murder in 1948. Jack pulls Pen into his dreams walking her through another of his cases. A case that involved Hedda Geist on the periphery. The Characters Ooh baby, the sheets are heatin' up between Jack and Pen. Eddie Franzetti is definitely in Pen's corner and it seems that Chief Ciders is beginning to thaw…maybe. I certainly enjoyed how involved the Quibble Over Anything Gang gets in solving the murders! Very little of Spencer or Aunt Sadie this time around. I'm not too sure about Dr. Randall Rubino…he's something of an asshole and I wouldn't be surprised if he was handing out prescriptions like candy to addicts. He certainly wasn't slow to try to force Valiums onto Pen! My Take We had a lovely tour of Fiona's refurbished lighthouse! I want to spend a romantic weekend there! I do so enjoy this series. It has such a homey quality with supportive friends, a randy ghost with interesting insight, a lovely sense of humor, and…books! Now for my quibbles. Just how lame is it that Pen doesn't seem to grasp Jack's lingo when she's read so many detective novels and her dad's Black Mask pulp stories? She constantly questions him when he tells her to do something. Something intended to keep her safe in some pretty iffy situations. On one page, Jack is telling her to turn down an alley when someone is following them on a dark street and she's wanting to know why. A few paragraphs later Pen's thinking "I knew a good detective wouldn't question his partner in a situation like this". Well, duh…how quickly she got smart!??? Brainert was a bit quick off the mark to put down Dr. Lilly's research. Claiming she wasn't very academic in it and he hasn't even read the book. Simply because he's a fan of Lilly's subject. He comes off quite unprofessional in this. The Cover The cover is very appropriate with its pastel, very Art Deco ticket booth, a banner celebrating the First Annual Film Noir Festival arched overhead. Naturally, Jack's fedora is floating in line waiting to get his own ticket…oops, wait, his ticket's already been punched! The whole is surrounded by the signature art deco frame, this time in matching pastels. And it certainly is all about The Ghost and the Femme Fatales.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)

    I was going to give this a 4 maybe a 5. But thought a 4.5 would be okay. Nah, this is a 5 all the way. You got Dr. Lilly coming out with a new book about a once famous actress involving a scandal, another book about said actress and an old but newly opened theater. Add to that some interesting suspects this time around. I liked this one. You got a murder, an old murder, some Jack flashbacks with Pen learning more about being a PI and getting tips from Jack and of course, the ever so fast paced susp I was going to give this a 4 maybe a 5. But thought a 4.5 would be okay. Nah, this is a 5 all the way. You got Dr. Lilly coming out with a new book about a once famous actress involving a scandal, another book about said actress and an old but newly opened theater. Add to that some interesting suspects this time around. I liked this one. You got a murder, an old murder, some Jack flashbacks with Pen learning more about being a PI and getting tips from Jack and of course, the ever so fast paced suspense. When the mystery gets going with the duo team of Jack and Pen then the writing gets especially with the back and forth, going over the clues, the info they learned so far, etc. Only complain I have is the frustration concerning the character of Ciders. How many books/mysteries has it been now that Pen has helped solve? You'd think dude be thankful or I don't know grateful and not dismiss Pen's suspicions or clues and what not. Still, it makes up for it near the end so I guess book, you get a pass on that one. So thanks for that. I did like some of the old movie theme this one had going. Kind of interesting. And of course there's more moments with the ghost and the bookshop owner mystery sleuthing this time around and I love it. Good sequel.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    I really enjoyed this one, especially the way the author intertwined a cold case from the 1940s with a murder in present time. There were many clues and red herrings to sift through and the resolution was a bit of a surprise to me, even though there were small clues here and there. This is a very nice cozy mystery, just the thing to relax with after a long day (that is, if you can consider a murder mystery something relaxing, lol).

  7. 5 out of 5

    Catherine

    This took me forever to read, but only because I didn't have enough time!!! I love this series!! Only one left though :( This took me forever to read, but only because I didn't have enough time!!! I love this series!! Only one left though :(

  8. 4 out of 5

    Chazzi

    Penelope Thornton-McClure and invisible partner, Jack Shepard, find they have another murder on their hands. Quindicott, Rhode Island is hosting their first Film Noir Festival. Screenings of well-known films “The Postman Rings Twice,” “The Maltese Falcon,” “Double Indemnity” and more are on the bill. One movie in particular was a big deal, “Wrong Turn” starring Hedda Geist and Pierce Armstrong. The screenings are to be held at the newly restored Movie Town Theatre. Artists Q&A sessions would be h Penelope Thornton-McClure and invisible partner, Jack Shepard, find they have another murder on their hands. Quindicott, Rhode Island is hosting their first Film Noir Festival. Screenings of well-known films “The Postman Rings Twice,” “The Maltese Falcon,” “Double Indemnity” and more are on the bill. One movie in particular was a big deal, “Wrong Turn” starring Hedda Geist and Pierce Armstrong. The screenings are to be held at the newly restored Movie Town Theatre. Artists Q&A sessions would be held at the theatre and the event area at Buy the Book bookshop. The turnout was great and the town was packed. Then things became noir. Professor Irene Lilly is found dead in the event room at Buy the Book just prior to her signing of her new book “murdered In Plain Sight.” Initial cause is determined due to an accidental fall from a ladder. But Penelope and Jack think different. Among the guest speakers are Hedda Giest and Pierce Armstrong, the stars of “Wrong Turn.” Interesting thing is they haven’t seen each other since their movie originally opened. Seems there was a little murder that caused them to lose touch. That old murder turns out to have some bearing on the death of Dr. Irene Lilly and some other events during the Festival. The only one who can help dig out the information on the past murder is Jack Shepard. He was there when it happened back in the 1940s! Finding out that information and using it to solve the current crime can only be done through Penelope, but how does she explain she can communicate with a ghost? This is the second book I’ve read from this series and I enjoyed it too. I will definitely keep Cleo Coyle on my authors to read!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Paula Ratcliffe

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. In this book Jack is on a new case he's investigating the distict attorney as his wife wants a divorce but she's his cash cow and she wants her money and her twin daughters. So Jack does what he does best take photos and stakeout the d.a in hopes he will get enough to please the soon to be ex-wife. In the current day The Movie Town Theater is open and holding a Film Noir starting with Hedda Geist's The Wrong Turn as Geist helped them fix up the theater. When a light crashes down during the film w In this book Jack is on a new case he's investigating the distict attorney as his wife wants a divorce but she's his cash cow and she wants her money and her twin daughters. So Jack does what he does best take photos and stakeout the d.a in hopes he will get enough to please the soon to be ex-wife. In the current day The Movie Town Theater is open and holding a Film Noir starting with Hedda Geist's The Wrong Turn as Geist helped them fix up the theater. When a light crashes down during the film weekend, Jack drags Pen back to 1948 where he investigating his cheating D.A. to teach her some things about Hedda and his case along with it. Someone is determined to sniff out alot of people during this noir weekend starting with Dr. Lily who is found dead at Pen's shop. The cops are determined it was an accident but Pen is adamant that it was no accident! As the bodies pile Pen and Jack are determined to figure whose on a killing spree and why. Will they figure it out in time or will Pen get her card punched? I love Jack and Pen they are so great. It's incredible when in times of sleeping or unconsciousness Jack brings Pen into his world and certain cases he's working on. Then in Pen's time Jack helps her where he can. This book is just such a great journey to go on makes me look forward to the next adventure!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jaclyn

    The mystery aspect of the book was good. The usual stuff for a cozy mystery. What really bugs me though is the relationship between the MC and the ghost. I’m not sure why, but it creeps me out so much! I’m not sure if it’s just because he’s a ghost and I find it ridiculous that an otherwise healthy woman is having a relationship with a ghost? Or it might just be that I can’t stand the ghost. He’s a creep! I hate the way he talks and acts. I guess it’s supposed to be noire charming or something, The mystery aspect of the book was good. The usual stuff for a cozy mystery. What really bugs me though is the relationship between the MC and the ghost. I’m not sure why, but it creeps me out so much! I’m not sure if it’s just because he’s a ghost and I find it ridiculous that an otherwise healthy woman is having a relationship with a ghost? Or it might just be that I can’t stand the ghost. He’s a creep! I hate the way he talks and acts. I guess it’s supposed to be noire charming or something, but to me, it comes across as pervy-creepy. It grosses me out when they flirt and have their “encounters.” If it were just for the cozy mystery part, I would continue with the series. But seeing as how this strange relationship appears to be progressing further, I just don’t think I can read any more!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Morgan

    DNF One of the books from my uncle's stash. I didn't think it would be an issue starting somewhere that wasn't the beginning, and that wasn't my issue in setting this one down. The MC is a widowed bookshop owner and her "partner" in solving crimes is a dead PI who was shot in her bookstore years ago. Her other companions seem to be an annoying professor and an even more annoying postman. They were standing in a newly renovated theater and the professor and the postman were just sniping back and f DNF One of the books from my uncle's stash. I didn't think it would be an issue starting somewhere that wasn't the beginning, and that wasn't my issue in setting this one down. The MC is a widowed bookshop owner and her "partner" in solving crimes is a dead PI who was shot in her bookstore years ago. Her other companions seem to be an annoying professor and an even more annoying postman. They were standing in a newly renovated theater and the professor and the postman were just sniping back and forth at each other. It wasn't even like a jealous potential suitors thing. It was omg I can't believe you're spilling that popcorn all over how crass and rude. Omg why were you against selling concessions? This place is okay, I guess. OKAY?? JUST OKAY?? Etc. etc. Yeah, pass. One less book to move around with me.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Fraser Sherman

    I'm not a cozy mystery fan but I can't resist at least trying the paranormal series. So if you're into cozies, you might like this better. The protagonist, Penelope, is haunted by Jack, the ghost of a 1940s PI gunned down years ago in the bookshop Pen now owns. There's a film noir festival in town and when someone seems to target a celebrated B-movie Bad Girl — whom Jack witnessed kill a man years earlier — the duo start digging. But is the femme fatale the real target? And what's the motive? Even I'm not a cozy mystery fan but I can't resist at least trying the paranormal series. So if you're into cozies, you might like this better. The protagonist, Penelope, is haunted by Jack, the ghost of a 1940s PI gunned down years ago in the bookshop Pen now owns. There's a film noir festival in town and when someone seems to target a celebrated B-movie Bad Girl — whom Jack witnessed kill a man years earlier — the duo start digging. But is the femme fatale the real target? And what's the motive? Even if I liked cozies I don't know I'd rate this one highly, even though I like the premise. Jack's hardboiled dialog gets old fast. The cast snipe at each other like bad sitcom characters. And to explain Pen investigating on her own, the story goes with the old cliche of the incompetent police chief who refuses to listen. So not a winner.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sheila

    Jack and Penelope are back to find who is killing guests at the film noir presentation at the local movie theater. Are they connected to a case of Jack's back from the 1940's? I enjoyed this story. I like these characters. The regulars are all back and sniping at each other. Seymour is more involved this time. He'd drive me crazy but he is fun to watch as he needles and harasses the others but helps Penelope with her store and investigation. I enjoy the trips back to the 40's and how Jack's cases Jack and Penelope are back to find who is killing guests at the film noir presentation at the local movie theater. Are they connected to a case of Jack's back from the 1940's? I enjoyed this story. I like these characters. The regulars are all back and sniping at each other. Seymour is more involved this time. He'd drive me crazy but he is fun to watch as he needles and harasses the others but helps Penelope with her store and investigation. I enjoy the trips back to the 40's and how Jack's cases are entwined with the murders that happen around Penelope. I like the glimpses we get of Jack's life before death. I am a lousy detective. Jack would always be shaking his head at me. I did figure out the who but almost at the end. I did not figure out the reason and needed it explained to me. I am looking forward to reading more in the series.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Not quite as good as the previous ones, although it may be I am just getting 'ghosted' out. Pen's bookstore is hosting authors about the movie industry, as the town's newly renovated movie theater hosts showings of film noir movies and interviews with its old stars. This is tied in with a 1940s case of Jack's (the ghost) which he never felt was satisfactorily explained. After one near death and another death at the bookstore, and a third death, all involving stars of the old films, Pen and Jack Not quite as good as the previous ones, although it may be I am just getting 'ghosted' out. Pen's bookstore is hosting authors about the movie industry, as the town's newly renovated movie theater hosts showings of film noir movies and interviews with its old stars. This is tied in with a 1940s case of Jack's (the ghost) which he never felt was satisfactorily explained. After one near death and another death at the bookstore, and a third death, all involving stars of the old films, Pen and Jack team up to solve both the current and the old mysteries. Enjoyable, but not riveting.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    I’m not sure how many books are in the series but I’m still finding these extremely interesting. As the characters continue to grow, there continues to be murder in this little town and somehow it always involves the bookstore. I am really enjoying learning more about Jack as we go back to his time period in his life through dreams. The only slight issue I may have with this series is that I am not quite sure about the whole ghostly romance thing. That just seems a bit wrong on a few different l I’m not sure how many books are in the series but I’m still finding these extremely interesting. As the characters continue to grow, there continues to be murder in this little town and somehow it always involves the bookstore. I am really enjoying learning more about Jack as we go back to his time period in his life through dreams. The only slight issue I may have with this series is that I am not quite sure about the whole ghostly romance thing. That just seems a bit wrong on a few different levels.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    A cute little cozy mystery. The Movie Town Theatre is holding a film Noir festival, with Penelope MacClure handelling book sales for the guest speakers, including film actress Hedda Giest. People start dropping like flies. Hedda, a femme fatale from nearly sixty years ago is nearly killed in an accident. Jack Sheppard, a P.I. From the 1940’s and resident ghost at Penelope’s book shop, takes in back to one of his cases in 1948, that has eerie similarities to the present I love the character of Ja A cute little cozy mystery. The Movie Town Theatre is holding a film Noir festival, with Penelope MacClure handelling book sales for the guest speakers, including film actress Hedda Giest. People start dropping like flies. Hedda, a femme fatale from nearly sixty years ago is nearly killed in an accident. Jack Sheppard, a P.I. From the 1940’s and resident ghost at Penelope’s book shop, takes in back to one of his cases in 1948, that has eerie similarities to the present I love the character of Jack, he and Pen work well together.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Margaret

    This was a fun entry in the Haunted Bookshop series. I enjoy the interaction between Penelope and Jack, and the way that they're developing a fondness for each other. The story centers around a film noir festival, and lives up to its surroundings. It's not a great book; I've read better mysteries. But it is entertaining and a good diversion. This was a fun entry in the Haunted Bookshop series. I enjoy the interaction between Penelope and Jack, and the way that they're developing a fondness for each other. The story centers around a film noir festival, and lives up to its surroundings. It's not a great book; I've read better mysteries. But it is entertaining and a good diversion.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Leilani

    This was the best book in this series that I am reading in order so far. I loved all the references to 1940's film noir movies, most of which I have seen. And the intertwining of the old murder mystery with the murders of present day was done very well. I truly had fun reading this novel and I had trouble putting it down. This was the best book in this series that I am reading in order so far. I loved all the references to 1940's film noir movies, most of which I have seen. And the intertwining of the old murder mystery with the murders of present day was done very well. I truly had fun reading this novel and I had trouble putting it down.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Virginia

    Live this series!! I was hooked from the start out the first one. Very unique and love the noir aspect, and the ghost. She has a winner of a series. One complaint: the proofreading is terrible!! So many errors. I have done proofreading myself for manuscripts. Some of these errors were distracting. Suggest you find someone who knows how to proof read.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    I love Cleo Coyle's writing and this series as well. I listen to these books and adore the readers. I enjoyed it so much I am going back to listen to some of the Noir fiction referenced in the book. Who wouldn't love a ghost whispering in your ear and "having your back" when you are out hunting down the bad guys? I love Cleo Coyle's writing and this series as well. I listen to these books and adore the readers. I enjoyed it so much I am going back to listen to some of the Noir fiction referenced in the book. Who wouldn't love a ghost whispering in your ear and "having your back" when you are out hunting down the bad guys?

  21. 4 out of 5

    Heather Silvio

    Enjoyed the continuation of this fun series, but the number of typos became too high to stay at four stars (e.g., I lost count of how many lines of dialogue were missing a quotation mark). Hope the next book in the series is edited more like the first two!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lainey

    I'm enjoying the deepening relationship between Penelope and ghost Jack. My favorite part of this series is the dream meetings where Jack shows Pen his past and his unsolved cases. The present day murders they solve are entertaining ,just not my favorite part. I'm enjoying the deepening relationship between Penelope and ghost Jack. My favorite part of this series is the dream meetings where Jack shows Pen his past and his unsolved cases. The present day murders they solve are entertaining ,just not my favorite part.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Grace Rivera

    Another great one! Just love these characters. All through the book I would laugh out loud, much to the annoyance of my pup Wall_e who I woke from his slumber with my bursts of laughter. Good fun! Already bought the next two.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Gary Ethridge

    Nice Juxtaposition At first it was a little confusing going back and forth between Jack’s time and Pen’s. I liked how the author connected the cases between the ghost detective and the modern detective. I’m looking forward to the next installment!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Nate Kay

    I enjoyed the story and the writing but the motive for all the murders wasn’t well explained, in my opinion. Well, on the other hand, this is not some psychological thriller to expect a decent analysis of characters’ actions.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Roberta Sallee

    I enjoyed this one too. It's a big week-end for the theater in town and old stars are showing up to promote books but people start dying and it takes the teamwork of Pen and Jack to figure out what's going on and whodunnit. I enjoyed this one too. It's a big week-end for the theater in town and old stars are showing up to promote books but people start dying and it takes the teamwork of Pen and Jack to figure out what's going on and whodunnit.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    The Ghost and the Femme Fatale Another fun read. Once again you can’t guess the murderer until the end of the book. The primary characters are fun and interesting. The characters written to fill out the storyline are just as interesting.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    Another good film noir type book with modern day added. The characters got a bit confusing half way thru but became clear towards the end.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Buie-Collard

    A fun read! Made me want to read more in the series.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Debi Emerson

    Wonderful series!

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...
We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.