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One major factor there is that they should be read in order.
There is a difference between paranormal mysteries and horror fiction, and what has been an excellent paranormal series veered seriously into horror in this book with Sean's experiences with some kind of ancient Irish monster that mutilates its victims.
Like Mary, the heroine of the series, I have also had a NDE (Near Death Experience) and find that that is portrayed close to my own, and I have no problem with spirits existing on several planes and sometimes needing aid to fully cross over.
The ghosts in this one have a lot of humor and add to the story line, but the horror element leaves me cold. I do not at all believe in such things and have no interest in reading horror fiction.
Perhaps there were so many resolutions in this volume - the wedding of the hero and heroine, the death of the creep stalking them and Bradley's daughter, etc., that the author has decided to move on to something else, although I still have five books and a few short stories to go in Mary's adventures
Like several other of the books in this series the solution of the book's main mystery telegraphs itself from the beginning and is unbelievable at the end.
Perhaps it is time to walk away from Mary and go back to Ancient Egypt, where I belong.