This was a different concept for a cozy mystery. It was funny. While I was reading this it came to mind that it reminded me of a TV show, "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir". Several pages later in the book, one of the main characters even brought up that fact. Yes, Gethsemane (the main character) was living in an old house with a ghost who appeared in front of her and talked to her.
Eamon McCarthy (the ghost and owner of the house) wants her to prove that he did not murder his wife and commit suicide. All the while Gethsemane has 6 weeks to get a team of teenagers ready to perform an orchestral piece for a competition in which she must win. No pressure.
This was a well written story with great characters and I definitely enjoyed reading it. Eamon would ALWAYS show up at the wrong time without any forewarning. Some of those times were pretty humorous. I most certainly would recommend this book to cozy lovers and I now have another new author on my cozy list.
Thanks to Henery Press and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest review.