Review: Book: Ghost Talker- Byrd Nash

Title: Ghost Talker

Series: Madame Chalamet Ghost Mysteries #1

Author’s Name: Byrd Nash

Publisher: Rock and Castle Press

Genre: Historial Fiction/Thriller

Page Count: 168 Pages


Author or Book Website: Byrd Nash, Author – Fantasy author of the unexpected

Link to Amazon purchase page: Ghost Talker: Madame Chalamet Ghost Mysteries Volume 1 – Kindle edition by Nash, Byrd. Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Kindle eBooks @

Link to Goodreads: Ghost Talker (Madame Chalamet Ghost Mysteries #1) by Byrd Nash | Goodreads

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

Madame Elinor Chalamet battles a ghost in the Beyond.

Trained as a medium by the elite Morpheus Society, Elinor Chalamet uses her skills to aid the police while she hunts for her father’s killer in the coastal city of Alenbonne.

But a dead body found in the canal puts her in deep with royal matters. And she might even succeed in solving the mystery if Tristan Fontaine, duke de Archambeau, would stop getting in her way.

The first of a six part gaslamp fantasy ghost mystery series featuring a strong female character in a slow burn romance.

My Personal Review: I have received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I have been trying to read more mysteries since I loved them so much growing up. Elinor is a woman with psychic gifts. She works with the police and takes on private clients of her own. She is a trained Ghost Talker. Along with the cases that she takes on she is trying to find out who murdered her father and collect details that have been lost. It was a short and quick read and looking to reading more of this witty and mysterious series.

My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars


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