I was looking forward to this book by the author of Shockwaves, which was a tour-de-force in depicting an evil person. Published in 1997, Fogheart is a bit of a curate’s egg, with moments of suspense, yet I found the story disjointed.
Oliver’s wife Carrie starts to see the ghost of her long-dead father. Coincidentally, another couple, Charley and Jan, wrestle over messages from their dead daughter. With a mixture of scepticism and desperation, both couples seek enlightenment from the medium Oona, who has a troubled past. Eventually, deceit and murder loom, with hints of madness.Strange, but it might appeal to fans of the supernatural.