I'm not sure where the author was going with the story, I found the humour a bit laboured and it felt a bit forced to me but there were moments that kept me reading.
Rosie Strange has inherited the Essex Witch Museum and her family assume she's going to sell it. She decides to go there and get it ready for sale and then gets caught up with a child possessed by a ghost who is slowly killing him. To save the child she has to work with the handsome Sam Stone, the curator of the museum to find the bones of a witch.
Rosie is a burnt out cynical Benefit Fraud investigator who has met all the bad in society and has all the attitude of someone who has to do this too much. There are several infodumps and "as-you-know Bob" moments, which seem to be mostly there to educate the main character and to show how much research the author has done.
There is potential here and hopefully things will improve with more. There were times when I felt like things were moving quite slowly and then it felt like I had missed some moment. This is basically a road trip through the English Countryside but it also felt only like the author was forcing the characters to spend time together.
Falls into Urban fantasy, amateur sleuth, supernatural, ghost, witches, possibly chilling children, terror in a small town and terrifying women but I'm using it for plain horror, possession that could kill you is pretty horrific.