Stay-at-home mom Angela Panther is living the good life. Happily married with kids, a house in the
suburbs and a fantabulous best friend – she’s got it all. But hours after Angela’s mother dies, her
ghost pops in for a visit, leaving the door to the other side wide open. Suddenly Angela’s life is filled
with ghosts – ghosts who need her help.
Now she must find a way to balance the needs of the living along with the unfinished business of the
dead, while keeping her mother’s feisty ghost in line. Hilarious and bittersweet, Unfinished Business
tackles the emotional rollercoaster of mother/daughter relationships, and the desperate desire for
one last chance to tell someone we’ve lost how we feel.
Reluctant psychic Angela Panther never wanted to talk to the dead, but the moment she decides it’s
not so bad, tragedy strikes, and her new gift disappears. When best friend Mel suspects her
husband is cheating, she turns to Angela for advice. They concoct the perfect trap, but to make it
work, they’ll need help from Angela’s mother, Fran. There’s just one tiny little problem… Fran’s
With Angela’s psychic radar on the fritz, can the dead find a way to help the living?
And now book three is coming! I’m so excited to see what happens in this third book!
About the Author
Booktrope Editions author Carolyn Ridder Aspenson is the Amazon and Barnes & Noble best selling
author of Unfinished Business; An Angela Panther Novel, Unbreakable Bonds; An Angela Panther
Novel, the contemporary romance novella The Inn At Laurel Creek and Santa’s Gift, a Cumming
An avid fitness buff, Carolyn writes a monthly health and fitness column for Northside Woman
Magazine as well as regular weekly news articles for various Atlanta area media outlets including the
Forsyth Herald, the Milton Herald, the Revue and News, and the Johns Creek Herald. Her works
have also been published in Countyline Magazine and various Internet publications. A native of Indiana, for over eighteen years Carolyn called the northwest Chicago suburbs home. She now resides in the Atlanta area with her husband, three kids, two dogs and cat.