Wow, fandabidosi as they say here in Scotland! This is book three in the series and just as fabulous as the first two. Three Pines is the setting and on Good Friday the residents decided to spice up their lives with a seance. When nothing much happens they go a little further and rather than hold it at the Bistro, opt for the derelict haunted house up on the hill. Not everyone is happy about this and when one of their own drops dead from sheer fright, it takes the sense and sensibility of dear Gamashe and his team to sort it and them all out. Oh I loved this one! Gamashe is still burdened with his ongoing "situation" back at the Suretee offices where things are starting to turn sinisterly disaterous for him and his team but, professional as ever, he focuses on what he is there for...to catch a murderer. It's all in here; witchcraft, murder, myths and legends, folklore, herbalisim, Pagans and Christian battling their demons! This author must get so much pleasure from writing this series of novels and you can't help but become entwined in the lives of all the characters she has imagined (and maybe fall, just a little, for the enchanting Armand Gamashe!) I have The Murder Stone to read next so will be looking forward to that. Fantastic, would give this series so many more than 5 stars if I could, highly recommended.