When Katy’s latest two cases involve haunted houses and badly-behaving mirrors, she’s feeling less like a witch hunter and more like a ghost hunter. Together with Ned, Hamish and Cleo, she sets to work on solving the mysteries.
But as the bodies rack up, it’s clear that neither of these cases is simple. The ghost of Jim McGinty insists his death was a murder, so Katy and her friends need to find the killer before they strike again. It would all be so much easier if Jim would just tell them who killed him, but no one ever said that ghosts were sensible.
In a week filled with stubborn spirits, angry werewolves, unusual musicals and sexy vampires, Katy’s beginning to feel a little overwhelmed. To top it all off, she must continue to hide the truth about herself. Because if she tells her new friends she’s a witch hunter, she could lose them forever.
There’s someone who does know the truth, though – the irritating Wayfarer agent, Cullen Keats. He might be the last person Katy wants as a partner, but this time around, he could be exactly what she needs …