"An incredible story-teller." - The Los Angeles Daily News
It's a happy time for Sloan Trent and Jane Everett. What could be happier than the event of their wedding? Their Krewe friends will all be there and the event will take place in a medieval castle transported brick by brick to the New England coast. Everyone is festive and thrilled...until the priest turns up dead just hours before the nuptials.
Jane and Sloan must find the truth behind the man and the murder - the secrets of the living and the dead - before they find themselves bound for eternity - not in wedded bliss but in the darkness of an historical wrong and their own brutal deaths.
©2014 Heather Graham Pozzessere (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
I like the Krewe of Hunters series, even if the newer ones are becoming very formulaic and repetitive but this novella was pretty good because it featured established characters. There was none of that "falling in love in a few days" that is a hallmark of the series. The suspense is good; I didn't figure out the bad guy until the reveal. My main problem is with the reader Paul Boehmer. His style of reading can be very stilted at times; his phrasing is herky-jerky, if you will. I caught myself rolling my eyes quite a lot at the way he read certain passages. Luke Daniels, who has read a number of Krewe of Hunters novels, this Boehmer guy is not. Otherwise, it's a good story. Heather Graham is a really good writer and her work is engaging.
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