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Amanda Cadabra and The Cellar of Secrets by Holly   Bell
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it was amazing

The past has bearings on the present

Awesome. Quite different to the first book but a wonderful read. Spies, ghosts and magic in an enthralling tale that spans the years. Wonderful to see the development of the characters and her relationship with others but just wish that Tempest had a bigger roll as love his 'take no prisoners' attitude.
When there is talk in the village of a new asthma clinic being built she is surprised as it is being built over the remains of a small village that was bombed in the war. As she gathers with the others to watch the clinic / centre being built she sees a man who seems out of place. It is only later that she realises that he is a ghost. When this is confirmed by one of the German workers they build a special bond between them. But both have priorities and their budding romance comes to an end when the work is finished. However the centre seems to be filled with people who do not seem to have the right skill set for alternative medicine. Until a new doctor arrives. One that is set on investigating the old ruins. She finds his dead body when she goes to meet him the next morning. What does the ghost want to have found? How can she get into the ruins? What do old plans of an aircraft have to do with anything? Add in her old friend in the police force, the war, spies, the bombing and the help of her old friend (the police officer who she met in her last case). Can she put the clues together? Will she be able to give the ghost peace and reunite him with his old love? What does she and the police officer have in common (as both have gaps in their memory of their early years)? Will she ever find her soulmate?
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