Disclosure: I obtained the Kindle edition of this book when it was offered free on Amazon. I knew the author, Trana Mae ("TM") Simmons, twenty-odd years ago when we were members of Romance Writers of America. We attended several conferences together, at which we socialized. I have had no contact with her for at least 15 years, and never knew anything about her paranormal adventures. This is actually the first of her writing I've ever read.
Do I personally believe in ghosts? Well, I don't completely disbelieve. And I haven't even told you the story of the 7-Up bottle that floated through the air in front of me.
That being said, I went into the reading of this with a healthy dose of skepticism, and I emerged with that skepticism intact. TM and her crew of ghost-hunters seem to have remarkably good luck finding ghosts and sending them on their way through The Light so they don't haunt any more. The few techniques she reveals for her "cleansing" of haunted places are an odd mixture of neo-paganism and traditional Christian rites involving sea salt and olive oil and burning sage. Nothing unusual, nothing spectacular.
Could have used a bit more proofreading and even a little bit of editing, but it wasn't too terrible.
An easy read and diverting, and only mildly creepy. ;-)