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While on holiday in Queensland, Ernie Pine-part scaredy cat, part hero, psychic investigator by default and ghost-buster under protest-uncovers evidence of an unfinished, hundred-year-old black-magic ritual that takes him and his friend, Sonja Vanhoven, on a trail from a bushland murder site to the unquiet heart of Sydney's Rookwood Cemetery.
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About the Author
Rick Kennett is an Australian writer of science fiction, horror and ghost stories, with several published books as well as stories in a wide variety of magazines and anthologies. His first published short story was "Troublesome Green" (1979). In 1981, Melbourne community radio station 3CR aired no fewer than twelve of Kennett's stories. Many of his stories have been printed multiple times due to his habit of resubmission-for instance, "Isle of the Dancing Dead" and "The Battle of Leila the Dog". A number of his ghost stories feature the recurring character Ernie Pine, known as "the reluctant ghost-hunter". Another continuing character in his work is the Lesbian "trained killer for the state", Cy De Gerch, the heroine of his first novel, A Warrior's Star. His most recent novel is Devil and the Deep Blue Sea. For more information about his work, please visit his website at www.rickkennett.wordpress.com.