The Sense of Death by Matty Dalrymple. Published by William Kingfield

Ann Kinnear may make s living with her spirit sensing abilities, but that doesn’t mean she always enjoys it. She just wants some peace and quiet in her cabin in the Adirondacks but when Elizabeth Firth disappears, detective Joe Booth comes knocking on Ann’s door for help finding the missing woman. Ann has a feeling that Elizabeth’s husband knows a lot more than he’s letting on and she may need help from the spirit world to prove it. I loved this mystery because it has a seriously creepy ghost vibe to it. I look forward to reading the next book in the series

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