The Haunting of Maddy Clare by Simone St. James.
I’m on a bit of a 1920s kick in my fiction reading, and grabbed this one from the library mostly because of setting. I hesitated slightly because I wondered if the paranormal elements would be too disturbing for me, but decided to give it a shot.
On the plus side, none of the details about the ghost bothered me (and I have a *very* low tolerance level for creepy content). Sure, if I’d actually lived through some of the events described, yeah, that would have been freaky, but the text never let me forget that I was simply reading a story and none of it was real. No worries about me needing to put it aside unfinished.