Synopses & Reviews
Life is busier than ever for witch Ophelia Jensen. In addition to her day job at the library, she—with the help of her grandmother Abby—is preparing to officially adopt Tink, the young medium she's taken under her wing. So when Ophelia's elderly Aunt Dot, eager for adventure, wants to investigate the murder of a funeral director in the neighboring town, Ophelia tries to say no. But then Tink's dog pulls a skull out of the woods—a skull that may belong to a murder victim.
Finding mysterious bones in the woods isn't the only strange thing that's happened to Tink lately. She's been having visions of ghastly ghosts imploring her for help. But before Ophelia can connect the apparitions with the murder, Tink is kidnapped! Ophelia and Abby will have to battle a creepy crematorium owner and an invasion from some modern-day body snatchers to find their protégé . . . or else they'll have to hold a séance just to speak to her again.
Pyschic librarian Ophelia Jensen has an exciting lifeandndash;andndash;solving supernatural mysteries with her Grandmother Abby and her adopted teenage daughter, Tink, who also happens to be a medium. But, all Ophelia really wants is to create some normalcy and routine.
When Ophelia's elderly Greatandndash;Aunt Dot comes to Summerset, Iowa, for a visit and is out from the watchful eye of her older sister, Dot is determined to find a little fun and excitement, too. The gruesome murder of a funeral director in a neighboring town gives her just that. She's heard stories of Ophelia and Abby's adventures and she wants one of her own, but Ophelia is dead set against it. She's had enough murder and mayhem, thank you very much, but her spry greatandndash;aunt has other ideas. And it seems that even the Fates are conspiring against Ophelia, when Tink starts dreaming of ghastly ghosts imploring her for help Ophelia knows that there is another adventure about to unravel.
When a dog belonging to Tink, the young medium Ophelia Jensen is preparing to officially adopt, pulls a skull from the woods, Ophelia hesitates to begin an investigation. However, Tink has been having visions of ghosts calling for help. Before Ophelia can connect the apparitions to a possible murder, Tink is kidnapped. Original.
About the Author
Shirley Damsgaard, author of numerous published short stories, resides with her family in small-town Iowa, where she has served as Postmaster for the last twenty years. She is currently working on the next Ophelia and Abby mystery, which again touches delightfully upon the paranormal.