Diamond Black likes her ‘life’ just as it is. She’s dead. Has been for a thousand years. Now, with no bad hair days, red sequined heels to die for, and the occasional haunting, her afterlife has purpose. She’s a Finder, a go-fer between the spectral world and the living.
Her partner Thorne is a living, breathing man who can see ghosts like Diamond. Together they find things; Wills, lost objects, and sometimes people. While Thorne promotes the business, Diamond contacts her ghostly pals for information. The frustrated cops want to know how Thorne gets his information when their own investigations lead nowhere.
The authorities don’t faze Diamond. She’s dead so what’s to worry. But she is afraid of one thing. The Dark. When this evil pours into the countryside, people are murdered and vigilantes walk in broad daylight. After a mysterious man recruits Thorne to find his brother and the clues point to a cursed town, Diamond loses Thorne and her purpose in the Afterlife. All that is left is revenge. And facing The Dark.