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Set in the fictional English county of Hammershire this book has all kinds of things that don't just go bump in the night, they also will get people killed. The tiny village of Ashford has come to the attention of a group of outsiders who want to bring in development in the form of houses and a Tesco against the wishes of most of the Ashford residents. And yet, slowly the tide seems to be turning in the favor of the developer with a little money under the table here, a good job there, a remodeled business . In short, these City men know what it will take to convince the most vocal residents to change their mind and vote for progress. But that was all before they ran into the Three Sisters and the whisperings and flashes of light in the ancient wood. Then the first murder happens and Detective Chief Inspector Arthur Ravyn and Detective Sergeant Leo Stark have to learn how to work together as partners to solve a mystery where they can't even figure out what the murder weapon is. Even the ancient past is alive and well in Ashford.
This main character, Arthur Ravyn, is very well developed and his ties to this village from his childhood gives the story even more depth. I am absolutely looking forward to more novels in this series. Witches, elves, paganism, mysterious standing stones, a haunted wood, and buried secrets....yes, it's all here and very well done too.