A haunted soap shop?
A lonesome ghost who needs help?
A singer found dead in the Row’s bath bombs?
Opening a bath shop on Bathhouse Row wasn’t fun, it was deadly.
On opening day, Patti swiped the Row’s plate-glass window one last time, took tumble off the stepladder, cracked her noggin on the sidewalk and woke with the ability to communicate with Fanny Doyle, Al Capone’s former seamstress. Shaken by her ability to talk to the dead, Patti has little time to process the traumatic event before a cabaret singer is found poisoned in a bathtub surrounded by the Row’s bath bombs. Who would poison the shop’s bath bombs—Patti made them herself? With Fanny’s help, they investigate the murder at the Arlington Hotel looking for clues to solve the mystery and to save the shop’s budding reputation.