"Crazy Amy" hears epitaphs from the dead. Her family works by the graveyard, so it’s easy to keep her secret, and to benefit from it. But Amy’s not in this for money, and she’d love to have a normal life.
When reporter Kevin interviews Amy, she tells him his sister’s calling out for justice. But Kevin’s sister died in an accident. Why would he reopen an old investigation, and old wounds? But those wounds are going to be opened anyway. Incautious words of the living are as dangerous as those of the dead, and someone’s out to silence any witnesses, real or imagined—or psychic.
Kevin falls for Amy. Amy’s brothers protect her. And pleasing humor lends a light touch to a fast-flowing dangerous adventure, making Epitaph an enjoyable paranormal romantic suspense and a great start to a series. As natural with human technology as with spiritual strangeness, the writing’s fast and clear, the protagonists are fun, the characters are intriguing, and the danger is well-contained.
Disclosure: I was given an ecopy and I offer my honest review.
(reviewed 9 months after purchase)