Northern Light - E.J.   Russell 3 - 3.5 stars

While in Oregon investigating a possible art forgery, the last thing Luke expects when he confronts the suspect is for it to be Stefan, the man he walked out on seven years before. For various reasons, each man's life and career has suffered since they last saw each other, but Luke cannot believe the talented Stefan would ever sink to forgery. Upon Stefan's denial, Luke meets up with his mystery client whose past association with the original artist leads him to believe that there is more than meets the eye going on in the studio in the woods.

This is a nicely written, straight forward ghost story. It is also a story about second chances. Stefan and Luke are likeable characters. There is nothing new or complex in the story telling, but if you are a fan of these types of books and want a quick read I would recommend it.

A copy of this book was provided by the publisher for an honest review.