Donna Huffer always wanted to work at a funeral home. She met her first undertaker when she was fourteen and working on a school paper. Later she branched out into the supernatural. Stories have become novels. She still delights in turning everyday events into supernatural occurrences. Even so, if you meet her at a funeral, she's the one observing the funeral director and talking to the workers behind the scenes instead of crying in the pew. She can't help herself.
Archaelogist Claire St. John uncovers more than pottery or arrowheads during a summer dig on a Virginia farm. Attuned to the supernatural, she and caretaker Sean encounter a ghost who needs their help to bring a murderer to justice. Claire must overcome danger and race to reveal a killer before she becomes his next victim.
Funeral home director Mary Shepard has her share of personal problems. Son Joey wants a relationship with the father that abandoned him. Sister Connie needs a shrink to deal with her childhood abuse. Embalmer Sam wants to be more than friends. When a homeless man is found dead in Serenity Gardens Cemetery, Mary must bring them all together to stop a vicious murderer bent on revenge.
Funeral home director, Mary Shepard, works hard to keep Serenity Gardens Cemetery a peaceful place to bury loved ones. That tranquility is shattered when a body turns up in the wrong grave. Then body parts go missing, and the murderer leaves a trail of corpses to cover his tracks. Mary must turn sleuth in order to uncover the truth before she ends up on the embalming table herself.
Kenny Lee Grandoff never believed in magic until he was rescued by the strange woman in the white dress. He soon learns she's no angel. When people start dying, Kenny finds himnself in the center of an ancient feud between good and evil. He must use his own magical mountain heritage to break the family curse or risk losing his loved ones to the darkness forever.