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Praise from the Pros

 

“Make yourself comfortable, friend, you’re in for the evening. Spirit Willing: A Savannah Haunting is a book you won’t be able to put down.  Pour yourself a mint julep, open the book, and settle in.  This suspenseful Southern Gothic tale of romance and intrigue will have you spellbound. Susan Johnson is an enchanting storyteller who lifts you out of your world and drops you into the vivid world of these compelling characters.  Enjoy!” — John Dufresne, author of The Lie that Tells a Truth: A Guide to Writing Fiction

 

“Susan B. Johnson is a natural fiction writer who has honed her craft to a jewel-like precision. Her novel, Spirit Willing: A Savannah Haunting, gives us a delicious tale that will undoubtedly please and entertain many readers, especially those who share her passion for Savannah. Indeed, for lovers of fiction, Susan B. Johnson is a writer worth watching!” — Rosemary Daniell, author of Secrets of the Zona Rosa: How Writing (and Sisterhood) Can Change Women’s Lives

 

“. . .Though she longs to live out her days at Hibiscus House, Olivia’s niece Charlotte has other plans. The real-estate market in Savannah is booming, and the conniving Charlotte hopes to move her aunt into a home for seniors so that she can turn the house into a highly profitable bed and breakfast. It quickly becomes apparent, however, that Charlotte has a powerful, if invisible, enemy. . . the ghost of long-deceased Cyrus Thornheart. Though Cyrus appears to possess remarkable powers, his presence becomes problematic when Olivia’s belief in him convinces others she is becoming senile. Johnson tells this tale with much grace and wit. . . Spirit Willing: A Savannah Hunting is a subtle and suasive ghost story.” — Kirkus Reviews