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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
A Medium's Thanksgiving Table by Chariss K. Walker is book 2 in the North Carolina Medium’s Mystery series. Becky Tibbs is the real deal, a medium who only became aware of her powers when her parents died. Her brother and sister have the same powers but they don’t embrace them quite the same way. Becky decides to host Thanksgiving but, far from being gone, her mother keeps popping in to check on her and hand out advice. Will her dinner go as planned or will other departed spirits interfere too? While her siblings do anything they can to ignore the spirits asking for help, when Becky is kidnapped, it's all hands on deck to find her and save her. Her brother Bobby joins forces with Patrick, a detective who has fallen hard for Becky. Hurt when she was kidnapped, Becky needs medical attention quickly or she may die. Can they find her in time?
A Medium’s Thanksgiving Table by Chariss K. Walker is a light-hearted tale that has more than one story running through it. We have the main plot, of course, but there are lots of smaller ones too, giving readers plenty to chew over as they read. It is an easy to read, well-written story that romps along at an even and steady pace with plenty of action in it. The characters are wonderful and, although I never read the first book, I don’t feel as though there is anything missing – these are probably better read as a series though. A nice story to while away a few hours on a rainy afternoon. I'm definitely looking forward to the next one.