Maggie Phillips is fine—just ask her. So what if two psychos tried to do her in and her business is all but dead, she never wanted to be the laundry hag to begin with, so why should she mourn her tattered reputation? With spring comes a fresh start, garage sale season and the birth of her brother's first child. Life goes on even if cleaning has lost its luster and the sight of her scarred hands brings back horrific memories.
Help is on the way, whether she wants it or not. When Maggie's mother-in-law asks her to assist with renovations to their project house in upstate New York, she smells a rat. Matters become murkier when Laura casually tells the former laundry hag to "see to that pesky ghost," like the phantom is ring around the bathtub. But both Neil and Sylvia are eager to undertake the zany task and really, what else does she have to do?
How about solve a two decade old murder, find a few long lost relatives, fix her mental hang-ups and reconnect with the husband she's pushed away. And if she has any time to spare, maybe she can even survive a pissed-off apparition and keep it from finishing the job the last two killers started Third time's the charm…right?