A place of history, secrets…and witchcraft.
Devin Lyle has recently returned to the Salem area, but her timing couldn't be worse. Soon after she moved into the eighteenth-century cabin she inherited from her great-aunt Mina - her "crazy" great-aunt, who spoke to the dead - a woman was murdered nearby.
Craig Rockwell - known as Rocky - is a new member of the Krewe of Hunters, the FBI's team of paranormal investigators. He never got over finding a friend dead in the woods. Now another body's been found in those same woods, not far from the home of a woman named Devin Lyle. And Devin's been led to a third body - by…a ghost?
Her discovery draws them both deeper into the case and Salem's rich and disturbing history. Even as the danger mounts, Devin and Rocky begin to fall for each other, something the ghosts of Mina and past witches seem to approve of. But the two of them need every skill they possess to learn the truth - or Devin's might be the next body in the woods…
©2014 Heather Graham Pozzessere (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
They are usually filled with mystery, romance and good guys and bad guys.
I usually do!
Surprising, entertaining, unique
I liked how the characters interacted and that they started with the younger versions of them.
When Devon and Rocky gave into their mutual attraction.
Neither, but it was funny at times. I enjoyed it.
As a psychiatrist addiction is important to me. I am addicted to audible books, kindle books, my husband, and my thirteen cats.
This was one of the best Crew Hunters she has done. Twisting and turns and some very embraceable personalities. You will enjoy this one!
These books are great mysteries. Very human and 'ghostly'.
I love all mysteries.
I enjoy these books so much, I listen every chance I get.
What a wonderful author!!
Seriously,the narrator almost sounded like the guy from Unsolved Mysteries,very monotone. Made the romantic scenes hard to get into but he did a pretty good job being able to sound like a female during a females dialogue.Normally I really like Heather Grahams books because she puts everything I love to read about in them,romance,mystery & a good old ghost story but unfortunately this time the story was all over the place complicated.Too many characters to keep track of & for ALL the chatacters to happen to still live in the same town after 13 years with the exception(like usual)the main character or characters in this case"Rocky".Even Deven had moved away for a while and came back.A bit hard to believe. The good thing about the story was you were pointing a finger at just about every body,I honestly thought from the beginning it was Hailey,the good little house wife,who would have guessed her but nope...it was one of the many who you would normally suspect.Still a good story,may be read this one instead.
The story is similar in plot line with previous Krew of Hunter books. However, the story is solid and the narrator performs the book very well so that I didn't mind the similar plot line.
I love Heather Graham's books. her story's are wonderful. they keep you spell bound. and guessing till the end. wonderful and gifted writer
Not really. I would recommend one of the earlier Krewe of Hunter books. Unfortunately, there was no chemistry between the two leads in this book. Plus, the killer in these books are becoming more and more predictable.
I've read almost all of Heather Graham's books.
Always love Luke Daniels.
No follow up book needed.
I think it's time for Ms. Graham to disband the krewe of hunters and get working on the next book for the Quinn and Cafferty series.
Say something about yourself!
I've listened to all the books in this series, not sure i will continue.
Too much like too many of the other krewe books. The least interesting was the attitude of the Devon character. There was very little to like about her and didn't feel a whole lot more for the Rocky character. Why Rocky would have been interested in Devon is beyond me. Devon was hostile and obnoxious through almost the entire book.
Since Luke Daniels has narrated all but one in the series, I would have thought he would have remembered that Jenna Duffy is Irish, and has always had an accent in all of the other books. This one, who knows who she sounded like, but no accent! How hard is it to go back and review a little bit of information?
I certainly hope not
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