Finally, an interesting concept from this author. Sure, the ghost-wants-help-solving-own-murder trope has been over done, but at least the author tried to wrap it in something a bit more modern and (almost) believable. Unfortunately, the execution was a bit lame and hurried. I was hard pressed to even care about the ghost, much less any of the other one-dimensional characters in the story.
This was a stand-alone story, FYI. I don’t see any series coming out of this one.