I bought this book some time ago as I wanted to read it and it got lost in my TBR list. I am working clearing up my backlog. This is a mixture of a paranormal and mystery. There are funny scenes throughout the book. Alison Kerby has brought an old Victorian house, she plans on turning into a guesthouse. Alison hopes that this will provide an income for her and her eight-year-old daughter. During the reconstruction, a bucket of plasters falls off a ladder and smashed her head. She sees two strangers as she begins to recover. After the hospital visit, Alison still sees the intruders in her house, both are ghosts. One is Paul Harrison a private investigator, the woman is Maxie Moline, the last owner of the house. Paul wants Alison to find their murderer. The characters are will develop and will catch your attention. There is much interaction between the living and the ghosts causing funny reactions. There is a mysterious deed that might not exist to be found. I now have added several books to my TBR pile instead of reducing it. I highly recommend this book.