You might consider this book a normal "who done it" if there weren't supernatural beings, ghosts and ectoplasmic beings. The pet cemetery is threatened and it needs a protector. The eclectic guest list at ZZ's soiree provides a wealth of potential miscreants. This ended as quite an entertaining mystery.
Foxtrot is a fixer. She handles all of the eccentric ZZ's guests and their miscellaneous and often bizarre requests. However Foxtrot has a lonely job. She can't get too close to the guests nor can she jeopardize her authority by becoming overly familiar with the other employees. Foxtrot's life is so consumed by her duties that she has little or no time to herself.
Imagine her surprise when, Tango, her long dead cat shows up one day and is able to actually communicate with her. The author did a nice job in setting a very normal stage and then introducing the supernatural aspects of the plot.
I recommend the book.
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