The surprising identity of the phantom piano player is revealed in book one, Song of the Vampire.
Medium, Amber Rose Forrester, discovers the other three entities in book two, Under a Bourbon Street Moon, and the mystery of the sad young Creole woman is solved. We learn all about her tragic past, how she died in the house in the nineteenth century and her connection to its residents at that time. Secrets are revealed that will permanently influence vampire couple Tristan and Nadia's modern world. The identity of the tormented lady is also revealed, and we now know the little girl's first name.
In book three, Masquerade, the identity of the little girl and her reason for hanging on to this world is disclosed. Some major changes are in store for Nadia and Tristan. Amber's desire to help the tormented lady causes her to place her trust in the wrong people creating a mess for Quinn, but fortuitously giving the lost spirit a second chance.
Funny, unlike ghosts, you won't find any stories circulating about vampires, but then, who believes in vampires?