A Hollywood literary agent and single mother is a reluctant sleuth--and psychic--in this delightfully quirky quartet of paranormal mysteries. Kicking off with the "entertainingly oddball" debut novel in the Charlie Greene series, this volume gathers four of Millhiser's best high-spirited whodunits (Kirkus Reviews). Murder at Moot Point : Charlie Greene heads to foggy Moot Point, Oregon, to meet with a client, reclusive New Age author Jack Monroe, who is currently experimenting with out-of-body experiences. But when a real body is found under Charlie's car, she must find the real killer before she goes out of her mind. Death of the Office Witch : Gloria Tuschman--the receptionist at Charlie's office and also a practicing witch -- rubbed everyone the wrong way, so someone rubbed her out. With Gloria's ghost calling to her from the great beyond, Charlie has no choice but to find who did it before someone else gets a cold-blooded reception. "Humorous, inviting ... written in crisp, likable prose" (Library Journal). Murder in a Hot Flash : Charlie's mother, biology professor and rodent specialist Edwina Greene, is in Utah consulting on a documentary. Unfortunately, she's also the prime suspect in the murder of a science fiction film director. Now Charlie must team up with a Hollywood hunk and track down the dirty rat who did the deed if she hopes to clear her mom's name. "Likable protagonists and wry humor make this a hit " (Library Journal). Voices in the Wardrobe : Charlie takes her dear friend Maggie Stutzman to an exclusive San Diego spa to get some much-needed R&R. But tensions rise after a celebrity motivational speaker is found dead in one of the pools and Maggie is facing murder charges. Charlie will need to flush out the killer hiding among the spa's pampered elite if she hopes to save her friend.