I've had a spate of queries that subscribe to the infomercial style of description:
It goes here!, and and it also goes there, and wait, here too, and if you stand on your head, it does THIS! And all for only 49,000 words! In verse!
In other words, it's a crime novel that could also appeal to readers of Sophie Kinsella, AND readers of Orson Scott Card, with of course a nod to Jane Kenyon.
Well hang on there just a second.
You don't need to write a book that could be on every bookshelf in the store. You don't have to be all things to all readers.
Do one thing well. Write a great crime novel. Call it that.
Write a great frothy fun romance. Call it that.
Write amazing science fiction. Call it that (well, sans the amazing part, leave that adjective to your readers)
Write poems. (Don't send them to me of course but feel free to write as much as you like.)
In other words, when you're telling me where the book goes on the shelf, pick ONE.
You don't even have to be right.
You just have to be, well, monogamous.