I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
Oh the creepy fun! Love the humour, and the mystery was delightfully creepy and almost macabre. I was taken by surprise by the ending and the 'great reveal'. Lots of hints about future story lines in this book as well.
What I didn't like: Ray - he's just too big an asshole to feel totally authentic. The dynamic between Violet and her best friend - I really love the banter between these two and I'm not looking forward to the coming conflict.
What I love: the ghosts, Doc and Violet together, the possibilities between her aunt and the fire chief. The grumpy old coot she's adopted since book one.
I hope this is a series that just keeps on going, as I love reading about Deadwood.
NB: Language (including the, imo, penultimate insult) and lots o' sex talk.