Paranormal investigator Dr Porter Biggleswade is settling into her new life in York. While pensioners caught up in a ghostly battle, and civil war soldiers haunting a local pub are keeping her busy, a call from a friend takes her to a crumbling estate on the Yorkshire coast. Rumours are rife at Delavere Hall, with monks and a murder at the heart of them. Secret rooms, hidden passages, and sightings of ghostly monks and the Grey Lady fuel the intrigue. Porter agrees to investigate and discovers more than she bargained for. The Haunting of Delavere Hall is the second book in Amy Flint’s Porter Biggleswade series.
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***I received this book in exchange for an honest review from the goodreads group Lovers of Paranormal, or LOP.*** This is the second book in the Porter Biggleswade series about a paranormal investigator in England with the ability to see spirits. I have not read the first book, but there was a section at the start of this that provided some information about all of the characters. I found this to be very helpful while reading the first chapter as all of Porter's coworkers were introduced. I really enjoyed this story. Like, didn't get things done and stayed up all night reading kind of enjoyed. I thought Porter was a unique and strong character, and I loved all the spooky locations she visited. I will absolutely be reading the first book, and I am excited about this being a continuing series.