Letter Raises More Questions Than It Answers
After a trip to the graveyard and settling in with Ramsey, Lenore receives a letter from her father that raises many questions about their family. Lenore wants answers, so she and Ramsey hunt for the person who should know.
What are the mysteries hiding in Lenore’s family closet? Will she and Ramsey be put in danger as they search for the truth?
This book is written in the first-person past. A great danger with this point of view is for there to be long, uninterrupted passages of straight narration of the protagonist’s inner thoughts as well as descriptions of what they see. Unfortunately, this book had an excess of narrative passages, making the book tedious to read at times.
Other than that, it was an enjoyable story.