Dr. Martin Gänsewein, forensic pathologist and the reluctant sidekick to a deceased car thief, Pascha, had hoped that solving the mystery of Pascha's ..Show More »murder would release the ghost to head on to where ever good car thieves go. This is not to be though. While Martin is recuperating from his own brush with mortality in the hospital, Pascha amuses himself by hanging around in the hospital hoping to find a spiritual companion in his strange in between state. He does find one, but as it is the ghost of a middle aged nun, it isn't the one he would have chosen.
However, Pascha is drawn into the odd events at the convent where a mysterious fire resulted in the death of one nun and the hospitalization of another.
I was interested in where Jutta Profijt was going to take this mismatched pair for the second in the series and I wasn't disappointed. While the pacing was a bit uneven and the beginning slow, it ends with some very lively action.
I took advantage of the Whispersync for audio deal which allowed me to take up my Kindle when the iPhone I was listening to it on ran out of battery at an important moment. It did start right at the point the audible had stopped.
Very good story. Well read, although the style and translation take some getting used to. Definitely listen to the first two books before this one...Show More » The middle one was a bit of a dip in form, but this one is excellent. Eagerly looking forward to the next instalment,