Homicidal toddlers, demon serial killers, handsome dead guys. Not to mention the PTA. Lydia Trinket has a few challenges, but she’s got it all (mostly) under control. Until she goes to banish a poltergeist, and he banishes her instead.
Then Lydia is trapped in a netherworld with all the spirits she’s sent there, and her long career as a ghost hunter looks a lot less successful from this side. She’s surrounded by enemies in a constantly shifting landscape of dangers, where the whims of the dead outrank the laws of reality.
Survival would be good. Escape would be better. But Lydia is about to discover that there’s no such thing as home free.
Lydia Trinket thought she was free of the netherworld and the ghosts she left behind. Turns out she was only half right.
Now those ghosts are back in the real world, with new plans, new powers, and old grudges. When it becomes clear that possessing teenage girls and stealing human hearts is only the beginning, it falls to Lydia to hunt down the malevolent spirits and banish them for good. Preferably before anyone else gets killed.
A task she would almost certainly be up to, if one of them hadn’t made a deal with the devil.