A Passion for Haunted Fashion by Rose Pressey

A Passion for Haunted Fashion

When Cookie Chanel moonlights as a costume designer for a local theater, murder takes center stage . . .Folks say the Sugar Creek Theater is haunted. But that doesn’t scare off Cookie Chanel, owner of Georgia’s chicest vintage clothing store, It’s Vintage Y’All—especially since Cookie talks to the ghost of her grandmother every day through her cat Wind Song. Still, after she agrees to be in charge of costumes for a production of Cat on ...


Details A Passion for Haunted Fashion

TitleA Passion for Haunted Fashion
ISBN9781496714640
Author
Release DateMay 29th, 2018
PublisherKensington Publishing Corporation
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy, Paranormal, Mystery, Cozy Mystery
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Reviews A Passion for Haunted Fashion

  • Montzalee Wittmann
    1970-01-01
    A Passion for Haunted Fashion (A Haunted Vintage Mystery #6) by Rose Pressey is a book I requested and the review is voluntary. I love a good ghost story and this was a funny and fun ghost, murder mystery. Lots of suspects, clues, craziness, and suspense to go with the silliness. Made me giggle lots of times! I have heard that this author was funny but now I know just how good she is! I have several of her books I haven't started but I sure will ...
  • RO G'ma
    1970-01-01
    A Passion for Haunted Fashion is the sixth installment in Rose Pressey’s A Haunted Vintage Mystery series. There is excellent background information, which allows this book to be read as a stand-alone. This is an entertaining cozy paranormal mystery with well-developed characters and twists and turns as well as several suspects for Cookie and her ghostly friends to investigate. Some of the details are off and a few things are repeated more ofte...
  • Hilary S
    1970-01-01
    Cookie Chanel has agreed to help out with the costumes for the upcoming production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, whilst going through the costumes in the basement she comes across a trunk of clothes, vintage clothes and the next thing is a young woman (ghost) from the 1950's has joined Cookie and Cookie's resident ghost Charlotte! Just as they are finding out about her (her name is Peggy) the three of them hear a scream and when they get upstairs the...
  • Lisa Morin
    1970-01-01
    A Passion for Haunted Fashion is a fun addition to the series.Cookie Chanel sees and speaks to ghosts, her grandmother is a cat and she has a big addiction to vintage clothes.Helping out in the wardrobe department for the local theater, it comes as no surprise that Cookie sees a new ghost and her bff is accused of murder. Trouble and ghosts seem to follow Cookie, leaving her no choice but to help them in any way she can.With her grandmother now i...
  • Kathleen Gray
    1970-01-01
    Cookie sees ghosts! Her cat Wind Song hosts the ghost of her grandmother (and communicates via Ouija), Charlotte, and now she's met Peggy at the theater where she's overseeing costumes. When Cookie's friend Heather is found standing over a dead man (Morris), well of course she has to investigate. This is classic cozy territory with the addition of paranormal. Cookie has two love interests (hmm) and a lively career in vintage clothing. Nicely done...
  • Dez Nemec
    1970-01-01
    While I am by no means a fashionista, but I adore this series. This is the 6th book in the Haunted Vintage Mystery. Cookie owns It's Vintage Y'all in Sugar Creek, Georgia, a vintage clothing boutique. She wears vintage clothes, and drives around her grandfather's cherry 1948 Buick convertible (which is so cool!). She sees and speaks to ghosts. In addition, during a seance, her grandmother entered the body of her cat, so now the cat works the Ouij...
  • cola_bear
    1970-01-01
    4.5 StarsLIGHT SPOILERS!!!!!The Good: the pacing was better then the last entry in the series, and the conflicts between Cookie and Dylan and Ken are a lot of fun to read. I really loved that this book addressed that triangle. Even though Cookie had chosen Dylan, Ken was still in the background and I felt that the author finally addressed the tension that was between Dylan and Ken, and how Cookie reacted to that. Using Heather as a suspect was a ...
  • Valerie
    1970-01-01
    I felt this book was ok. There are sections that aren’t consistent, for example when Dylan says they couldn’t determine Peggy’s cause of death when they found her body, then later states that they have to find Peggy’s body. Cookie seems to be very timid and wish-washy in this book. There are two murders to investigate, Morris who is stabbed in the theater and Peggy, a ghost from the 1920’s who is haunting the theater. Most of the “inv...
  • Jessi
    1970-01-01
    Cookie Chanel is helping out as a costume designer at the local theater. One night, she's in the basement when she meets a 1950s ghost named Peggy while a man is murdered upstairs. The main suspect? Cookie's friend Heather. So she has two murders to solve. I was a bit bummed because Cookie didn't spend as much time with Heather as would have been nice and Peggy's murder was solved incredibly quickly just to wrap up the end of the book. Not a horr...
  • Debra
    1970-01-01
    I read for a honest review for Kensington Books.I love paranormal cozies,Ms.Pressey is one of my favorite authors.Book #6 A Haunted Vintage mystery series.I love Cookie's character she always seems to make me laugh,I never want her books to end,I always try to savor them as long as I can until the next book release.
  • Cindi Austin
    1970-01-01
    Cookie Chanel is back and in top form. When BFF Heather takes a role in a production at the Sugar Creek Theater, Cookie agrees to work on the wardrobe. Before opening night even rolls around, one of the male actors is found murdered on the stage..and Heather is the prime suspect.True to form, Cookie and her ghostly BFF Charlotte set out to find out the murdered and are joined by another young ghost who is tied to the theater, meaning one more dea...