I couldn't resist starting my review with an extract, from their book, about me and my book. "One might be able to take the 'Bones of Borley' more seriously if its tone was not continually condescending, arrogant, irritating, full of 'nudge nudge, wink wink' innuendo and one man's personal interpretation of events". These guys are definitely up for some pretty robust reviews, one would imagine. They can certainly dish it out.
Actually, I've counted Paul and Eddie as friends for some years, and you will see from the Acknowledgments that I helped them with materials and advice. It is rare to find other people who share my fascination for the history of Borley Rectory. I found the book interesting, and it is a useful guide for the study of the history of the Borley Rectory affair. I only rate it four-stars despite the enormous work that Paul and Eddie have put into the book because it is not really an introductory book and the history of the affair that occupies the first part of the book adds little new. The research into all the characters and incidents that make up the bulk of the book is useful, but occasionally confusing, as it does not always sift speculation from hard fact and it misses out some of the absurdities of the case, such as the presence of the largest lavender oil manufacturers in Britain (Stafford Allen) being situated just over the brow of the hill, and obviously accounting for the incidents of 'paranormal smells of lavender' and 'perfumes'.
I'd say it was essential reading for the Borley Rectory buff, along with such literary curiosities as 'The Final Analysis', 'The Widow of Borley' and 'We faked the ghosts...'. I wouldn't suggest it for anyone new to the saga: for that, I'd recommend Harry Prices's two books, taken with a glass of Whiskey and a very large pinch of salt.