The trouble Penny had with the dolls is now over but she is still worried about the coins.
Where could they be? Does the old man have them? What other evil tricks has he got up his sleeve?
She is also worried about the curse on the village and knows that the coins were mentioned in it.
She also thinks that a mirror and a key are linked to it and maybe if she can find them she will be able to lift the curse, get rid of the old man, and save Buckleigh.
But will she find them?
David J Cooper has always been interested in the paranormal since he was a child. He was living in Devon when he had his first personal paranormal experience. He woke up one morning and saw a black shadow figure move through his room and vanish through a wall. He now lives in a village in Mexico with his three dogs, five turtles, seven doves and five budgies. He continues to have paranormal experiences there. His background is in teaching, but he is now retired and planning to return to Devon. He had an article published in People’s Friend, a UK women’s magazine, after he interviewed Lynn McGranger, an actress from the soap opera Home and Away. He also personally met Ginger Rogers in 1969 when she was appearing in Mame at London’s Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. His first and only poem, God’s Garden, was published in the Best Poems and Poets 2012.He has also written educational books on English grammar but now prefers to concentrate on the paranormal and is continuing with his Penny Lane, Paranormal Investigator, series. He is also interested in true crime and has written a book, The Devil Knows, about Ian Brady and Myra Hindley, the Moors murderers. Another true crime based book will be Cold Fury based on the Cannock Chase murders. He enjoys writing because he says it gives him a spirit of adventure.