I liked this one a lot. You can tell it's an early Krewe book because it doesn't follow the Krewe book "formula" exactly, but it's pretty close. I l..Show More »iked that Sam wasn't as hard headed as the normal non FBI protagonists tend to be. The whole witch trial/Salem at Halloween was kind of cool. If you're a Graham/Krewe fan you will like this one. Luke Daniels does a great job as narrator.
I have read Heather Graham in the past and this is pretty much what I remember. A decent story, a mystery that throws many suspects at you. The ghos..Show More »t aspect is fun and not overplayed like in other paranormal romance type books. I bought this book primarily because it's narrated by Luke Daniels and I'm a big fan of his. He could read the yellow pages and I'd listen.
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 ..Show More »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.
I really liked this one. Heather Graham has a nice formula in her Krewe books. I really like that it brings members of the first Krewe together with..Show More » the second Krewe. If you like the pervious Krewe books, I would recommend this one. Luke Daniels is awesome! I love that you can hear the difference between characters which is no easy feat when you think of the number of characters in this book.
This one is probably my favorite so far. I like Graham's formula for the Krewe books, but she makes her non FBI protagonists so hard headed. They di..Show More »g in to the point of stupidity. That aside, I really liked this one. The story was interesting and I liked that there were ghosts from the past and the present. Luke Daniels did a great job. If you're a fan of the Krewe and Graham, I highly recommend this one.