Publisher’s Weekly, March 7, 2018

Well, dear readers, “suspenseful reading” and “Foster’s entertaining sequel to Ghost Cave” is what Publisher’s Weekly calls Ghost Dog!

Midwest Book Review, “Ghost Dagger”, May 12, 2017

  • Synopsis: Alice MacDonald Greer is in Scotland to visit Gran, the mother of her late husband, Jordie. After his death, the two women found solace in each other, and Alice unequivocally considers herself part of Gran's family. But that family is now threatened when the death of a local man is pinned on Robbie who is Gran's daughter and Alice's sister-in-law.
  • Robbie had been romantically involved with the murder victim, Angus McBride, the stubborn land manager for a prominent local family. Alice is sure that Robbie had nothing to do with the crime. Now she just has to prove it to the skeptical local police force. But she's a long way from Texas, and the town inspector doesn't like her interference.
  • The hunt for the true killer leads Alice to a group of nighthawkers, treasure hunters who use metal detectors to find ancient loot and sell it on the black market. There are rumors of a Viking hoard hidden in the cliffs, and someone is desperate to find it!
  • Critique: The fourth novel in author Helen Currie Foster's simply outstanding 'Alice MacDonald Greer' mystery series, Ghost Dagger continues to document Foster's originality and complete mastery of the mystery/suspense genre. A deftly crafted and compelling read from cover to cover, Ghost Dagger is certain to be an enduringly popular addition to community library Mystery/Suspense collections. It should be noted for the personal reading lists of all mystery buffs in general, and Helen Currie Foster fans in particular, that Ghost Dagger is also available in a Kindle format ($7.99).
  • Helen Dumont
  • Reviewer

Midwest Book Review, February 14, 2016

Midwest Book Review says this about Ghost Letter: “A deftly crafted mystery suspense novel that reveals author Helen Currie Foster to be a true master of the genre, Ghost Letter is the third in a series of Alice MacDonald Greer stories. Impressively well written from beginning to end, Ghost Letter is an exceptionally compelling and thoroughly absorbing read that is especially recommended for the personal reading lists of dedicated mystery buffs and would prove to be an enduringly popular addition to any community library Mystery/Suspense collections. . . Also very highly recommended are the first two novels of this outstanding mystery series: Ghost Cave…; Ghost Dog.

Midwest Book Review, February 14, 2016.

December 14, 2015

  • Kirkus Review says about Ghost Dog, and Alice,
  • “A lively and laudable protagonist will have readers hoping that she’ll soon stumble upon another murder.”

Midwest Book Review

  • “A genuine ‘page-turner’ of a read for all mystery buffs”—
  • that’s what Midwest Book Review calls Ghost Dog in the December 2015 issue of Small Press Bookwatch, Mystery/Suspense Shelf.

“Simply stated, Helen Currie Foster is a master of the mystery/suspense genre and Ghost Dog is a riveting novel replete with unexpected twists and surprising turns that will prove to be a genuine 'page-turner' of a read for all mystery buffs. Of special note is the inclusion of two original poems at the end of the book. Very strongly recommended as an enduringly popular addition to community library Mystery/Suspense collections, it should be noted for personal reading lists that Ghost Dog is also available in a Kindle edition . . . . Also very highly recommended is Ghost Cave. . . , the first of the Alice MacDonald Greer mystery novels.”