In a genre literally saturated with Gay Paranormal Investigators, this book stands a head and shoulders above most of the other, similar stuff I'v read. It's funny and compelling, and the cast of characters is seriously great. Told in a series of brief vignettes which are not in chronological order, the non-linearity is pretty cool and lends a kind of freshness to the story. The touchy-feely romance is a bit overdone, so minus a half-star for that, but it's not so overwhelming that I enjoyed the story any less because of it. What I'd really like to know, though, is why is this not a TV show yet?