By K.C. Adams

The Mean Girl’s Murder

A supernatural serial killer is on the loose…


My arch nemesis is dead, but not gone. A supernatural serial killer destroyed her body but her spirit hasn’t crossed over. Which means the only person at college who can see her is me.

Can I just ignore her and get on with my life? Pretty please? Ugh. I wish. Ignoring her isn’t so easy in a small town when she’s haunting my ex-boyfriend…


I hear him every night, before he murders. But no one else does. And no matter how annoying I find his eerie whistling, I can’t seem to follow it. How can we stop someone we can’t find? And are my friends and family next on his list?

The Mean Girl’s Murder is the fifth book in the mother-daughter paranormal women’s fiction series, Afterlife Calls. If you’re looking for a story that’s seriously sarcastic, slightly spooky, and with a sprinkling of romance, it’s just the series for you.

Kristina Adams and her dog, Millie, 2022

Fiction and nonfiction author

Kristina Adams

Kristina is the author of the bestselling What Happens in… series about two friends who get caught up in the world of celebrity. She’s now working on the spin-off series, Hollywood Gossip.

She’s also published three nonfiction books for writers, Writing Myths, Productivity for Writers, and How to Write Believable Characters.

In 2021, she started publishing her fantasy series under her new pen name, K.C. Adams. The series is about a mother and daughter who just happen to be ghost hunters. Think of it like an English Gilmore Girls…with ghosts.

When she isn’t working on her books, she’s freelancing as a content marketer, teaching writing over at The Writer’s Cookbook, or spending time with her dog, Millie.


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