I was provided an advanced reader copy of this book by Netgalley and the publisher in return for an honest review. It was a fun story and I was surprised by how the story panned out, which is a good thing. It is about a woman named Tina, grown but still living with her mother and uncle. She is a professional organizer but evidently used to be a psychiatrist or psychologist. This comes out later in the story; I'm sure if I had read the series from the beginning it would have been spelled out. One night she is called by her best friend Leslie. Leslie lives in an old Victorian house that has been left to her by her aunt. It has been in the family for many, many years and has generations of stuff in the attic. Although her aunt was a neat and organized person by nature, the attic is a disorganized mess. Leslie decides to start going through it and hears unusual sounds, and thinks she sees an apparition of some sort. Leslie calls Tina to ask her to come help her and also help investigate as she is a bit afraid. Then a man turns up murdered in the side yard of her house. The story goes from there, Tina and Lisa doing some investigating on their own, and eventually calling in the police.
This book is a part of a series and was the first one I read. I'm still on the fence if I will read another. I understand I read an advanced copy of the book, but there were many typos and at times the characters changed names, as well as other mistakes. I am curious if the other books are the same. The main character, Tina, also kind of got on my nerves, though I can't put my finger on why. Would I recommend it to someone? I'm not sure. I see others have given it four and five star reviews, so others obviously liked it more than I did. Overall not a bad book; I think if I liked "Tina" better I would maybe read another in the series.