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Keith DixonGhosting offers a high-low cocktail of lovely prose and cruel deeds. The amorphous nature of Cole's interests can be frustrating, but these moments are outshined by pages of expansive writing and palpable suspense. Gann populates his novel with darkly beautiful images: a car set alight in the yard of an abandoned seminary, a lightning strike on a transformer, a fence decorated with bleached bones viewed in day-bright moonlight…Ghosting, fittingly, propels the reader along with a similar sense of anticipation. Its mysteries are its rewards.
—The New York Times Book Review