After the traumatic events of the Rennick Parish Poltergeist, Libby Butler is living a less than idyllic life in Sutherland, unable to find the peace from her past she so desperately craves. A terrifying event rekindles her gift (or curse) of seeing death in a person before their actual demise, and plunges her into terrible danger. All too soon she is fulfilling the role of an ancient family destiny and investigating the legend of the Highland Ban Sith, a female spirit who can be seen and heard howling by the person who is doomed to die.
Ban Sith is the thrilling sequel to the bestselling The Ghost Tree, and is the final book in the gripping Libby Butler paranormal series.
Five years after the death of his wife, MacAoidh Armstrong moves into a smallholding in southern Scotland with the intention of living a self-sufficient existence. In the nearby town solicitor Libby Butler is trying to find peace after her recent deadly brush with the unknown.
On a hill by the steading stands The Ghost Tree: all that remains of the former Ringcroft of Stocking. Local legend says that when the last Ghost Tree dies, the Rerrick Parish Poltergeist will return.
Just days after MacAoidh moves in, he is forced to contend with a number of strange events that distance him from the local community. Turning to Libby for help, they find themselves challenged by a series of bizarre and terrifying occurrences which defy all logical and scientific explanation.
As the phenomena become increasingly violent and lives are threatened, Libby must delve into closely guarded secrets to discover the reason for the present terror…and come to terms with her growing feelings for MacAoidh. Can she save the pragmatic Highlander from an ancient evil, and in doing so will she lose her heart?