With this book, I’m happy to say that the Graveyard Queen series is back on track with me. The previous book was ho-hum, but THE VISITOR captures the intrigue and creepy goodness of the first two books in the series. Yay!
This time around, Amelia is hired to restore the puzzling Kroll Cemetery. Hidden away on private property for decades, the dilapidated old graveyard is full of headstones with strange inscriptions. What do they mean, and how do they relate to the tragic history of those buried there?
Amelia is honing her special gifts in this book and learning more about her family history, thanks to a new ghostly presence who’s haunting her. Alas, Devlin (Amelia’s love interest) continued to annoy me, but he didn’t have as big of a presence in this book. Clearly, he has issues that run deep. What is he hiding?
THE VISITOR is an enjoyable Southern Gothic/spooky mystery. Looking forward to the next book!
Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.