There’s been another unfortunate death in Riddler’s Edge. And just like last time, this one definitely wasn’t a murder. Or was it?
When Heather Flynn is found hanging from the church bell, it seems clear that she killed herself. But Aisling Smith is convinced otherwise — and not just because it appears that Heather’s death was a resurrection spell gone wrong. There are mysterious symbols painted below Heather’s body — symbols emitting a green glow that only Aisling can see.
It’s Shanty Season in Riddler’s Edge — and seeing as Heather was a member of the local choir, Aisling thinks it might be time to sing for her supper. Well, to sing for her story.
But when another member of the choir is killed, the case gets stranger yet. Aisling and Detective Quinn find themselves involved in the gruesome game of Witchy See, Witchy Do — a game from which no player has ever emerged alive.