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Hallow Be the Haunt

A Krewe of Hunters Novella - 1001 Dark Nights
Narrated by: Paul Boehmer
Series: Krewe of Hunters, Book 22.5
Length: 3 hrs and 48 mins
Categories: Romance, Paranormal
4.5 out of 5 stars (108 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

From New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Heather Graham comes a new story in her Krewe of Hunters series.

Years ago, Jake Mallory fell in love all over again with Ashley Donegal - while he and the Krewe were investigating a murder that replicated a horrible Civil War death at her family's Donegal Plantation.

Now, Ashley and Jake are back - planning for their wedding, which will take place the following month at Donegal Plantation, her beautiful old antebellum home. But Halloween is approaching and Ashley is haunted by a ghost warning her of deaths about to come in the city of New Orleans, deaths caused by the same murderer who stole the life of the beautiful ghost haunting her dreams night after night.

At first, Jake is afraid that returning home has simply awakened some of the fear of the past.... But as Ashley's nightmares continue, a body count begins to accrue in the city.... And it's suddenly a race to stop a killer before Hallow's Eve comes to a crashing end, with dozens more lives at stake, not to mention heart, soul, and life for Jake and Ashley themselves.

Every 1001 Dark Nights novella is a standalone story. For new listeners, it's an introduction to an author's world. And for fans, it's a bonus book in the author's series. We hope you'll enjoy each one as much as we do.

©2017 Heather Graham Pozzessere (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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The reader for this is awful! A Native American from Texas with an English accent???

The reader obviously did not know anything about the characters at all.

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Amazing audiobook!

I absolutely love Heather Graham. Love all her books ❤️❤️❤️
She writes intriguing books! Amazing!

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Why did Jackson Crowe have an English accent ?????

I honestly did think that the narrator did a good job the differences between the voices were more pronounced than another audios I've heard except for the fact that a Native American had an English accent I just didn't understand that maybe I'm missing something

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great story fair narrator

loved to story however I wasn't pleased with the narrator's Southern accent & making Jackson Crowe sound British. none of the other narrators did this.

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Great story; poor performance

The story was great, as usual. :)
The narrator gave a lackluster performance. It was if he was just reaching the book instead of trying to perform the book.

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couldn't finish

I usually enjoy the stories from Heather Graham. however, the narrator did the poorest reading of a woman's voice that I found myself rolling my eyes and mocking him every time he spoke as the heroine. just horrible.

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yet another great book

I just enjoy these books so much I hope they continue forever. fantastic series. Thank you

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Good book

The only thing i really did not like was the use of a highly objectionable word at the very beginning. I have never heard her use this word and I almost turned off the book. She did not use it again.

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Great Novella

This was a great short story. It was well written and exciting. I highly recommend it for mystery and/or Heather Graham fans.

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Good story, but character voices a bit off

Last I recall, Jackson wasn’t British. I actually picked up a British Accent a few times. Southern drawls not so great either I got past it, but just a bit off.