Jeremy wakes up to a ghost in his coffin. A tunneller had come to wake him up. The last thing he remembered before he died was the face of his gold-digger wife's lover.
Jeremy is introduced to the Committee: a group who controls all the dead stuck in limbo, unable to rest without justice. Living death is a monotonous life of waiting.
One day, the dead decide that it's time to stop rehashing their deaths. If the police can't solve their deaths, then it is up for them to do so.
But, what happens when, after many trips to town, the ghosts become lax. No longer trying to stay corporeal, the townsfolk become horrified. And what if the ghosts are no longer satisfied with crime-solving?
Cerff delivers a humorous novel of death, pranks and vengeance.
ISBN : 978-1-80439-589-9
Pages : 352
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Introducing a crusty old codger with a twisted sense of humour, as displayed in the twenty-odd books written by him, some for children; also hysterically historical tales, others spooky, a few of them gruesome, but usually offbeat. He is a fit eighty-three-year-old, with a beautiful wife whose name is Pet, four adult children, twelve grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Not forgetting his sister Pam and her family. Then there's Pet's brother, Tony, his wife Carol and their large family. He loves sports and has played cricket, rugby, tennis, football, squash, golf, table-tennis, is keen on fishing and did car-rallying for many years. But now he's getting too stiff to tie his shoelaces and finds pleasure in pounding the story-telling keyboard.