An Inquiry Into Love and DeathBook - 2013
Oxford student Jillian Leigh works day and night to keep up with her studies--so to leave at the beginning of the term is next to impossible. But after her uncle Toby, a renowned ghost hunter, is killed in a fall off a cliff, she must drive to the seaside village of Rothewell to pack up his belongings.
Almost immediately, unsettling incidents--a book left in a cold stove, a gate swinging open on its own--escalate into terrifying events that convince Jillian an angry spirit is trying to enter the house. Is it Walking John, the two-hundred-year-old ghost who haunts Blood Moon Bay? And who beside the ghost is roaming the local woods at night? If Toby uncovered something sinister, was his death no accident?
The arrival of handsome Scotland Yard inspector Drew Merriken, a former RAF pilot with mysteries of his own, leaves Jillian with more questions than answers--and with the added complication of a powerful, mutual attraction. Even as she suspects someone will do anything to hide the truth, she begins to discover spine-chilling secrets that lie deep within Rothewell...and at the very heart of who she is.
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Set in post-WWI, college student Jillian Leigh has just learned that her estranged Uncle Toby has died; her parents are in Paris, leaving Jillian to identify the body and arrange his effects. Despite her misgivings, Jillian travels to the small seaside town of Rothewell, where her uncle was in engaged in paranormal research into the mysterious appearance of the local ghost, Walking John. Jillian learns are too quickly that there is something to Toby’s ghost hunting occupation and there may be more to Toby’s death than his apparent accident. Joining forces with the young and handsome RAF pilot turned Scotland Yard Detective, Drew Merriken, the pair investigate Toby’s death and the possible supernatural cause behind it.
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