Soap-opera-like ghost story filled with one-dimensional characters. It was a quick read, but the somewhat early reveal of "whodoneit" made me less interested in getting through the 1/4th of a book that remained. The novel had its quaint moments and some rather gruesome moments. Was the author aiming for a cozy ghost story? Or something much darker?
I think the author had a good idea on her hands, but the execution of it came off a bit rough. I may give future Bliss House novels a try (she wants to explore its dark past); hopefully they'll be a bit more thrilling than this one.