Sister Jane takes a drive up the Blue Ridge Mountains for a board meeting at the Museum of Hounds and Hunting, only to hear that a venerable hunting horn has been stolen. The only clue, on a left-behind cell phone, is a "selfie" video of the horn's original owner, Wesley Carruthers—deceased since 1954. Now Sister is no longer sure if she's pursuing a priceless artifact, a thief, Wesley's killer, or a ghost, and in this 10th case (after Let Sleeping Dogs Lie), the only certainty is that someone wants to put Sister off the chase permanently.
"[This is] just the kind of story that adds to the charm of Brown's whimsical mysteries, with their thrilling hunts and intelligent animals."—NYTBR