Lost in the Light: 1 Dori O. Paranormal Mystery Series

Reina Books

Narrated by Mary Castillo

8 hr 42 min

Winner of the 2018 ABR Listener’s Choice Award in Mystery

A haunted detective. A trapped soul. Can a guilty heart heal a spirit in turmoil?


Detective Dori Orihuela has recovered from a bullet but the guilt remains. Haunted by her past, she's surprised when a move into a Victorian mansion fills her nightmares with more than her own demons. The ghost of a 1930s bootlegger wants answers, and the only way for Dori to exorcise her own conscience may require solving the mystery of the spirit's one true love.


As Dori hunts for clues on the coldest of cases, the return of an old flame reopens wounds and compounds her agony. And as the eerie apparition grows more agitated, she struggles to break them both out of their psychic prisons.


Can Dori free her ghoulish resident and her own heart from a painful purgatory?


Lost in the Light is the first book in the captivating Dori O. paranormal mystery series. If you like gothic settings, ghostly encounters, and conflicted heroines, then you’ll love Mary Castillo’s supernatural tale.


Buy Lost in the Light to enjoy a spectral suspense today!

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Reina Books
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Published on
Jan 26, 2017
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8h 42m 16s
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ISBN
9780985916756
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Language
English
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Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Women Sleuths
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