I found it hard to pigeon hole this book into a genre. On the surface it's a paranormal/supernatural story, but only a little bit. It starts reading a bit chick-litty, but it's more than that. There's a bit of violence with the police involved, but it's more of a mystery. But, for me, overall it was a satisfying story, with possibly a set-up for future stories.
Kate has just moved to London, she's lost her beloved husband in a car accident and is seeing pixies and mice in kilts among other things. What is real and what is not?
I'm not one for paranormal fantasies, but as this was more about the mystery, I rather enjoyed it. The supernatural elements were mostly on the edge of the story and sometimes added the comedic element.