This book centres around two main characters. Firstly Beth, a broken woman who lives with her son in a house overlooking the Norfolk coastline. Beth is haunted by a tragedy in her past which has turned her into a recluse who relies on drink to see her through each painful day. She is also a medium with a gift for seeing the dead. The other character is Coleridge, an overweight divorced detective. The two characters lives colide when a series of grusome murders begin to take place. The victims are all gifted mediums and Beths life becomes in danger when she begins to see visions of the killer. I found the character of Coleridge very endearing. I felt nothing but sympathy for Beth as she lived one day after the next striken with guilt and greif. I fell in love with Craigs writing after reading the wonderful "A Strangers Grave" and "Love of the Dead" is equally well written and gripping. This is a great supernatural horror and I loved the whole concept of the book. I would recommend this book highly and if you enjoy it then you will love "A Strangers Grave" too.