Summary

St Thomas' College, Cambridge, has a ghost: or so some people believe. So when the Psychic Investigation Unit is summoned and a professor collapses with a heart attack during the proceedings, the college really is in a fix. Nathaniel Gye is called in to make discreet investigations. As he tries to tease out the twisted strands of this strange affair, anonymous letters arrive claiming that this unquiet spirit did not commit suicide 10 years ago but was murdered.
©2006 Derek Wilson; (P)2007 Oakhill Publishing Ltd
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3 out of 5 stars
By Karen on 06-06-12

Good but....

I was quite optimistic about this book and yes it was good but it didnt quite get into the 'couldnt put it down' league with me I love the narrating which incidently is not David Thorpe as it states but Nigel Carrington he really does do all characters very well The story did have a satisfactory conclusion ie it wasnt left in the air so to speak and which I much prefer but it just seemed to lack that edge

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