“Ruth whispered later that night at dinner to the six of them seated at a round table in the impressive dining room. The room had recently been renovated and boasted twenty-foot tall ceilings, a limes...tone fireplace with hand-sculpted cherubs, and four Waterford crystal chandeliers.
White linen-clad tables decorated with real silver, fine china and crystal sat dotted around the room. Lexy was seated with Jack, Nans and Nans’ three friends, Ruth, Ida and Helen, to whom Violet had been kind enough to extend an invitation.
Nans leaned toward Ruth. “Don’t tell anyone. These guys think ghosts are real.”
“I think having a ghost would spice things up,” Ida said.
Jack rolled his eyes, focusing on slathering his baked potato with butter.
“It sure would,” Helen twittered. “You never know what might happen around here. There could be a mystery to solve right under our noses and a ghost would certainly add an intriguing twist.”MoreLessShow More Show Less