Hmm...I am deep into Haunted Ground and it is very very good. This author reminds me just a bit of Elizabeth George and Deborah Crombie. Lovely lovely mysterious happenings that unfold slowly and delightfully. The story begins as a farmer is cutting turf from a peat bog. Apparently this is an old old way to heat homes in Ireland that hopefully is no longer in use at this time. It is not a renewable resource and at the time that this book was written it had to be cut by hand. I found this fascinating. Also, peat bogs appear to preserve anything that is buried within them...hmm...this is where the exciting part of this story begins. Absolutely what I am in the mood for on a cold rainy May afternoon. I am bundled up with a cup of green tea and ok...a brownie...and I am blogging, reading and watching CSI...I love multitasking.