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    A good read

    ghosts, paranormal, war-is-hell, WW2, murder, England, fraud, military-intelligence, romantic ***** It was a dark and stormy winter solstice in 1917 on the island off the Devon coast. Despite all the ghosts, it's all very business-like til the last quarter when a bit of romance wriggles in. Kate is rescued from an important but boring job in decoding by the head of a rather sketchy government department and told to rescind both her invitation regrets and her recently dropped fiance to join her parents and attend a house party/séance in hope of reassurance regarding those missing in action in France. Kate knows she can see ghosts and things but it's not spoken of. Despite the evil winter storm there are several people there for the séance as well as another undercover person. The mansion was once an abbey, and the hidden passages figure highly in this twisty plot full of red herrings. I loved it! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Skyhorse Publishing/Arcade via NetGalley. Thank you!
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    This book far exceeded my high expectations

    This murder mystery set in a haunted house on an isolated island takes place during WWI. That one sentence contains pretty well all my favourite elements so I had high hopes for this book. It did not disappoint and in fact far exceeded my high expectations. The setting is absolute perfection. Creepy, remote and chock full of history. There is a paranormal element to the story as spiritualists and seances were all the rage at the time as families tried to contact their dead loved ones who had perished in the war. I found that this aspect was very well done and I truly felt the pain and anguish of those left behind. Imagine the surprise of a fraudulent spiritualist when an actual ghost answers their call! The mystery was suspenseful and surprising and I did not figure it out until the culprit was revealed. I completely loved the main characters, Kate and Donovan. Their relationship starts with some resistance on both sides as they are assigned to work together as spies but things get a bit flirty and it grows into more through the story. Their budding romance was one of the most satisfying parts, and I’m not generally into romance at all. I think it was the banter of two strong, clever characters, evenly matched and both slightly cantankerous that got to me. I’m very pleased that the ending suggests the possibility of more cases for this duo and I sincerely hope this becomes a long series because I want more! Thank you to Skyhorse Publishing for providing an Electronic Advance Reader Copy via NetGalley for review.
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    Good read

    Intrigue,suspense, twists and turns. A good read. did not know who did it till the end.
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