A dead man on a Ferris wheel and a cold-case murder take Cavendish Brown into a world of carnival kooks, ghosts, and killers.
The annual carnival comes to Maiden Falls, a small town in the West Virginia Mountains, but everything is not merry.
The ghost of a woman appears to Cavendish Brown, a carnival worker lies dead aboard a car on the Ferris wheel, and a bullied teenager plots to kill people at the carnival with a homemade bomb. More complications arise. Cavendish again butts heads with the local sheriff, Clinton Pike.
Marbella Wellingway, owner of the newspaper where Cavendish works, receives a visit from the Angel of Death. And a Fortune Teller at the carnival knows something that could forever change Cavendish’s life.
With the aid of Jane, a disturbed psychic, and Alexandra, a Goth witch, he must find the killer, help the mystery woman, and risk his life to prevent more deaths.
"This is perfect fodder for one of Ron Voigts' paranormal mysteries--and he makes the absolute best of the opportunity. The plot twists its way to a surprising end, the characters grow deeper and more satisfying, and Ron Voigts' sense of mystery and humor make for a fun read!" -- Gary Dameron
"A nice sequel to the first novel. From the first page you are dropped in the strange goings on in the bucolic town in West Virginia." -- Gregg Fidler
"Another brilliant book! I absolutely loved the first Cavendish Brown book, and I think this one's even better! " -- Maia Silverdagger