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The Reverend Bernard Paltoquet and his new friend Dr. Robbie MacTavish go on a tour of Europe shortly after the war and encounter a mystery in a Bergen forest.
Just why are the ghosts of two little children haunting a fir tree there and how can the two friends help uncover the mystery surrounding their deaths?
The following Christmas that very tree turns up in the village hall and the ghosts of the children with it. It seems they will not rest until their murderer has been brought to justice and only Bernard and Robbie can help. But, as luck would have it, a new patient of the doctor, Dorothy Plunkett, turns out to be clairvoyant, and so they set about solving the mystery together.
It is Christmas 1948: the village hall is celebrating, but the ghosts of two little children are haunting the Christmas tree and their restless spirits cast a cloud over proceedings....
Titles in the Reverend Paltoquet Mystery Series are:
- The Bockhampton Road Murders
- Haunted Christmas
- The Possession of November Jones
- The Witches of Wandsworth
- So Long at the Fair
- The Man Who Was Death
- The Dark Side of the Mirror
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- Ellen Oceanside
Good plot with good narration Had twists and turns to keep one guessing Given audio for my voluntary review
- Susan Patterson
Thoroughly enjoyed this story with all its twists and turns.
Angus Freathy did a good job narrating.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
Better than the first, IMHO
I liked this book more than the first one, probably because we get to see how Reverend Paltoquet and Dr. MacTavish become friends. but also because the mystery is more contained and the actions of both of them had a more immediate effect.
I enjoyed the flipping between London and Norway, the obvious language barriers and the ghost story.
I also liked Beth more here and I had a lot of fun with both housekeepers :P But I still find the romantic parts quit silly, sorry.