by Carol Westron
“A hide like a rhinoceros,” said Sergeant Moon succinctly, “and far better insulation. With the money he’s got he can isolate himself inside his own world, apart from functions where he has to appear officially. He can bring in his own society, be independent of us and anything we may feel about him. Do you realise we’ve never had a rich man living among us since the eighteenth century? The mistake was ever to let him in. Now he’s in I’m damned if we know how to get rid of him.”
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She has returned to her teaching job and happily shares the care of her infant grandson with her student daughter.
One casualty that cannot be restored is her marriage, and Honey is aware that no new
relationship can compare to the love she’d shared with her ex-husband, Matt. Honey’s plans for spending the Easter weekend at a local folk festival are disrupted when Matt arrives unexpectedly at her house. The story he tells her about being haunted by a strange old woman seems implausible, but Honey knows that Matt does not lie.
Are Matt’s strange visions an effect of mental illness? Or a cruel trick? Or is he indeed being haunted by a phantom from his past? To save the man she once loved, Honey must find the strength to play and win this perilous game of ghosts.