A return for Pascha...the very non PC ghost and Dr Martin Gansewein, the pathologist, who is recovering from injuries which left him close to death in the first book.The story has a serious background story about marginilisation, the treatment of prostitutes, greed and "nimbyism". However, the whole thing is kept light hearted due to Pascha's voice throughout. This time round he is joined by Marlene, a nun who has perished in a convent fire. There is more to this fire than meets the eye, and Marlene and Pascha leave no stone unturned in getting to the bottom of the mystery....using Martin and his girlfriend Birgit to do the dirty work!My only criticism is the translation from German to English which doesn't seem to ring true all the time. Pascha is sometimes too "witty" for his own good and this gets quite irritating. I did love the references to Pascha's "editor" and what her opinions would be...very funny.Altogether a good read and recommended for something a bit different.