The 1940s: hard-boiled detectives and femmes fatale are box-office gold. In one iconic scene, set in a deserted museum, the private eye arrives too late, and the buxom beauty is throttled by an ominous Egyptian priest.
Now: the Black Box Cinema immortalizes Hollywood’s Golden Age in its gallery of film-noir tributes. But the mannequin of that Egyptian priest is hardly lifeless. He walks - and a young starlet dies a terrifying death.
Movie mogul Eddie Archer’s son is charged with the grisly murder. Eddie calls agent Sean Cameron, who specializes in… irregular investigations. As part of an FBI paranormal forensics team, Cameron knows that nightmares aren’t limited to the silver screen.
Working with special-effects artist Madison Darvil - who has her own otherworldly gifts - Cameron delves into the malevolent force animating more than one movie monster.
©2012 Heather Graham (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I liked The Unseen, but I liked this one better. The story is an interesting one, the paranormal mixed in with the special effects of movies. There are a lot of good suspects. a little romance, everything that makes a good Heather Graham book. I love Luke Daniels, he's one of my favorite narrators.
The other books in the Krewe series
The crypt scenes
Just a very good story with a little ghoulishness
I particularly liked the Bogie ghost
Lots of action and the narrator is terrific!!
The earlier books in the Krewe Hunter series.
All of them!! That's why he is so great. He makes you believe each one is speaking.
I laughed and cried; and, I didn't want to turn it off.
great story again
i still like jackson crow
he brings the story to life with his voices and inflictions
places laugh and upset in places
once again heather graham delivers
and so does luke daniels
Interesting, different, engrossing
It kept my interest and was entertaining.
Don't whisper the female characters!
No, I wanted to savor it.
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