Texas Gothic, by Rosemary Clement-Moore (Delacorte, 2011)

Amy Goodnight is determined to be the face of normality among her family of witches. However, that can’t help her when she ends up house-sitting on her aunt’s Texas ranch. Corpses keep turning up, the handsome cowboy next door is a pain in her rear, there are ghosts lurking, and if Amy can’t learn the truth behind a centuries-old murder, she’ll never have any peace. Not to mention, someone wants the truth to remain hidden, at any cost. With her customary blend of humor and paranormal drama, Clement-Moore delivers an intriguingly strange ghost story/murder mystery. Come for the plot, stay for the characters, and leave satisfied.

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