My review -
Reading these Port Naain stories is like revisiting old friends. I'm very fond of the character Benor, the cartographer, who has been engaged to map a tomb-yard, measure the mausoleums and note down the inscriptions. He's assisted by young Mutt who now demands higher pay as he's an apprentice. While at the tomb-yard, they overhear evidence pointing to who is responsible for the death of young girls from a local large estate. As the title implies – things turn a tad spooky.
As always, the humour's wry, the characters are believable and there are more stories promised.