Ebenezer Scrooge Ghost Hunter by Jaqueline Kyle and Charles Dickens
A bit of a twist to the normal tale of the Bah Humbug king himself, Ebenezer Scrooge. This time his whole life has been filled with the paranormal. Marley and Scrooge were once partners in a ghost hunting business. It's been seven years since Marley has passed and now Scrooge is drowning himself in alcohol. Marley's ghost appears and sends three others over the course of the night to remind him of the past and show his future.
The story is kept with the same pacing and language of the original story with bits of a different past life of Scrooge in his memories. The story is half original and half re-imagined. Along the veins of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. It is a quick, short read and different. If you are a fan of the original story I think you'll get a kick out of this one. Great for Halloween.
Jaqueline Kyle lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with two cats and a coffee pot. In truth, Jaqueline has a coffee addiction and funds her habit through writing books... at coffee shops... as an excuse to stay there for hours on end. (It’s really the only way to go if you don’t plan on being a barista.) When she isn’t writing or eavesdropping in coffee shops, she’s visiting with friends. At coffee shops.