When a woman confesses to Father Will, one of the monk-constables at Maddleskirk Abbey, that she has committed murder, he can do nothing but absolve her from her sin. The Seal of Confession is absolute. When a body is found in the nearby woodland, his moral dilemma grows. Detective Chief Superintendent "Nabber" Napier and his team have a murder to solve, but monks sworn by oath to silence are hardly the ideal candidates for questioning... When the murder weapon is discovered, and the detectives learn of the violent past of one of the Abbey's monks, the race is on to find the culprit before anybody else gets hurt. Questions need to be answered and confessions must be made.
As if trying to graduate from a school for supernaturals isn't stressful enough, Grace's relationship status has become a dumpster fire. Then again, when has anything at Katmere Academy not been intense?
When an American stranger turns up claiming to be the rightful owner of the school's magnificent country estate it could spell trouble for everyone at St Bride's... No one can believe it when the headmistress, Hairnet, instantly accepts the stranger's claim, not:* the put-upon Bursar, ousted from his cosy estate cottage by the stranger* the enigmatic Max Security, raring to engage in a spot of espionage* the sensible Judith Gosling, who knows more about Lord Bunting than she's letting on* the irrepressible Gemma Lamb, determined to keep the school open. Only fickle maths teacher Oriana Bliss isn't suspicious of the stranger, after all she can just marry him and secure St Bride's future forever. That's if inventive pranks by the girls - and the school cat - don't drive him away first. Who will nab the stranger first? Oriana with the parson's noose? Gemma with sinister secrets? Or could this be the end of St Bride's?