Fifth Grave Past the Light
by Darynda Jones
Reyes Farrow, Son of Satan, is now Charley's new neighbor and Charley doesn't really mind at all.
In fact, it's kind of handy since her own apartment has been overrun by dead blondes, none of whom will talk to her to explain what's going on.
As the one and only Grim Reaper walking the planet right now, it makes sense that they've come to her, but they're not really helping her help them find peace.
Between the dead blondes, an arsonist burning down old buildings, a cheating husband, a woman who appeared dead and then wasn't, and a prediction of a few deaths of people she loves, Charley's got a LOT on her plate.
Final thoughts: I LOVE Charley!!! She and Reyes are awesome and this book had more of them together, yet still not enough. If I had any issue with this book, it was in the setting up of the end of the series (which, let's face it, could still be a dozen books away as long as Charley and Reyes get more time together). There was time spent bringing in and/or mentioning characters from previous books for just a few moments and then forgetting them again. It felt like Jones was just trying to make sure we remembered everyone as she gets ready to bring them all together. However, it's still Charley and it's still quirky fun.