Rosie the Reporter Interviews Cameron Leeds, the Ghost in GIVING UP THE GHOST
Rosie the Reporter:
Cam, it must have felt strange--waking up in your cottage and discovering you’re a ghost.
Rosie the Reporter: Why is that? Did the murderer strike you in the middle of the night when all the lights were out?
Rosie the Reporter: You worked your magic, eh? I heard you’ve worked your magic on a large segment of the town’s female population.
Rosie the Reporter: Including some who were married. Could an irate husband have decided to murder you?
Rosie the Reporter: Why was she furious?
Rosie the Reporter: Word has it you were quite a wheeler dealer. Do you think one of your business partners murdered you? A few have complained you didn’t always treat them fairly.
Rosie the Reporter: You seem to have excluded everyone as suspect except Jill’s husband.
Gabbie Meyerson moves to the sleepy town of
Chrissom Harbor, Long Island, to teach English at the local high school. She settles into her rental cottage above the Long Island Sound and discovers she has a housemate--the ghost of Cameron Leeds, who used to live in the cottage. Cam insists his death was no accident, and implores Gabbie to find out who murdered him eight months ago. After she recovers from her initial shock, Gabbie agrees to investigate. She soon discovers many people had reason to want Cam dead.
Marilyn Levinson writes mysteries and novels for kids. Her debut novel, A MURDERER AMONG US, was awarded a Best Indie of 2011 by Suspense Magazine. She lives on
Long Island with her husband, Bernie, and their cat, Sammy.
You can visit Marilyn at http://www.marilynlevinson.com/