I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
For whatever reason, as much as I love this series in general, this one failed to pull me in completely at the beginning. Maybe it was the movie backdrop, or the over-the-top nastiness of one of the characters, or the batshit insanity of one of the others, but it just didn't grip me. Jitty the ghost was also back to her nagging, irritating ways.
The mystery plot though was a big old snarl of a puzzle. So many suspects, so many red herrings, but a plot twist that was supposed to shock but was telegraphed early on. But still, a very good mystery.
I am though, for the record, thoroughly jacked with the way Haines is yanking her readers and Sarah Booth around over Coleman. This is the book where it stopped being moving and starting just being ridiculous. Either put them together or kill one of them off already. The suspense has officially been over-played.