When you have read everything an author writes you know that you're not going to like all of them equally. This could be called number 4 in the Hodges trilogy, even though the eponymous hero of that trilogy is now gone. Either way I did find it a story of 2 parts, part 1 the crime & part 2 the solving of that crime. Unlike some others I wasn't disappointed with the supernatural element of this story but I did feel it was a little heavy handed/long-winded, with the historical explanations of the "entity". So it's not his best or worst but it's still a bloody good read.
Jane the Librarian and "constant reader"