The Ghost of City Tavern by Vicki Smart Penhall

The Ghost of City Tavern

byVicki Smart Penhall

Kobo ebook | August 7, 2011

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Jenna Glynn and her crew are setting up to film an episode of a new documentary series, which she hopes will compete with the Biography Channel’s “Celebrity Ghost Stories.” The venue for this night is the City Tavern in downtown Dallas. The building was once owned, and is now haunted by Jack Ruby, the mobster who murdered JFK assassin Lee Harvey Oswald.
She discovers the disgustingly drunken Gash Peavy passed out in the restroom after the bar closes. He is a burned-out 90’s rock star, famous for his power ballads, who is now attempting a comeback in the Texas Music scene. He and Jenna inadvertently become entangled in a ghostly encounter that includes both channeling and violent telekenesis, and which has them both in fear for their lives and their sanity.
This paranormal experience forges a reluctant partnership between Jenna and Gash, and each makes plans to ruthlessly use the other in their voracious quest for fame and fortune. The Ghost of City Tavern is a fact-based fictional story of a present-day haunting, which is told in a setting of the historical events surrounding John F. Kennedy’s assassination.

Title:The Ghost of City TavernFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:August 7, 2011Publisher:Penhall PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0983633738

ISBN - 13:9780983633730

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