A slasher movie turns real when two young actors are brutally murdered on a remote island film set. Their severed heads and arms are posed in macabre homage to a 19th-century pirate massacre.
Two years later, Vanessa Loren is drawn back to South Bimini by a documentary being made about the storied region. Filmmaker Sean O’Hara aches to see how the unsolved crime haunts her…and Sean knows more than a little about ghosts.
Lured by visions of a spectral figurehead, Vanessa discovers authentic pirate treasures that only deepen the mystery. Are the murders the work of modern-day marauders, the Bermuda Triangle, or a deadly paranormal echo of the island’s violent history? As Vanessa and Sean grow closer, the killer prepares to resume the slaughter…unless the dead can intervene.
©2010 Heather Graham (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Spend some more time on Bone Island - if you dare.
The storyline is fabulous with Pirates aaaaarh, and ghosts ooooooo. Mystery, romance and relatable characters. Love it. Descriptive writing leads me to think I'd love to visit Key West.
I continue to be slightly disappointed with Angela Dawe's narration. I found that she read much too fast and while her accents were good it was difficult to tell if a man or woman was talking. Slightly confusing.
Nevertheless - A good series.
I enjoyed the series and I am a lover of ghost stories. The narration was not the best but I can overcome some of those things it the book if interesting to me.
Good 2nd in series. You have to like paranormal/ghost stories (which I do) to like Heather Graham. Nice suspense--creepy island. My only knock is that the narrator did the voices of Sean and Vanessa so similarly that I often did not know which one was supposed to be talking until I got the he said/she said!!
Finishing final semester pursuing Bachelor's degree in English.
Heather Graham is a talented writer. She creates believable characters and eerie situations.
It was a little far-fetched that both of the protagonists could see ghosts and didn't know it about each other.
I have not listened to Angela Dawe's performances prior to this, but she did an excellent job.
Say something about yourself!
Yes I would, it is a light, funny, enjoyable listen. Fun characters. great narrator
Love the Ghosts
Angela Dawe ALWAYS rocks in my book
rarely can listen in one sitting, but I would have if I could have.
The story was so much fun, and the narrator so good, that I just sat back and enjoyed the ride.
The author touched on many things I find fascinating. Treasure hunting, modern day murders at sea, Hollywood on location in Key West. It seems inprobable that these items could go together, but they do...and very well too. I love the fact that we learn more about our resident ghost and the fact that he is now haunting another member of the group! I also enjoy the character development and getting to see more of life in Key West.
I've said it before, but the fact that I forget I'm listening to a story is the best compliment I can give her. I enjoy how well she maintains the voices from book-to-book. I cannot think of any jarring errors where I am startled into thinking...oh that is wrong...oh yes, I'm listening to someone read this story. The work is seemless, so both the editors and the narrator get a big thumbs-up from me!
When we find out how our resident ghostie died it is very touching...but you do not need to worry about crying...just a touching moment and an otherwise enjoyable story.
I didn't check out the other reviewer comments for this book. I hope that you like this as much as I did!
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