Lady Priscilla Flanders and her roguishly attractive old friend, Sir Neville Hathaway, have stumbled upon another disturbing mystery that needs their special talents to unravel.

People are dying in Bedford Square and the bodies are being stolen from their graves. What is the connection between these events and the surly young Lord Burtrum? Lady Priscilla is determined to solve this enigma, but the riddle of her newly discovered feelings for Sir Neville is tantalizingly hard to understand.

GRAVE INTENTIONS is an intricate tale of murder and madness with quick flashes of gentle humor and tender emotion. Jo Ann Ferguson has a fine story here, though it takes a good bit of concentration to follow the clues and keep the details straight. (Jan., 224 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed by: 
Teresa Roebuck