Dying Breath: A Heart-Stopping Novel of Paranormal Romantic Suspense (Krewe of Hunters)

June 13, 2017 - Comment

Buried alive…  As a teenager, Vickie Preston survived an attack by a serial killer. That was the first time she saw a ghost. Now the city of Boston is being terrorized—someone is kidnapping women and burying them alive, but cruelly leaving a glimmer of hope for the authorities by sending a clue about their location.

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Buried alive… 

As a teenager, Vickie Preston survived an attack by a serial killer. That was the first time she saw a ghost. Now the city of Boston is being terrorized—someone is kidnapping women and burying them alive, but cruelly leaving a glimmer of hope for the authorities by sending a clue about their location. Vickie is pulled into the investigation when her name is mentioned in one of the notes. And as a historian, she has the knowledge to help uncover the graves the killer known as the Undertaker is choosing. But she also has another unique lead: the spirit of one of the victims is appearing to her in dreams. 

Special Agent Griffin Price is on the case for the Krewe of Hunters, the FBI’s special unit for paranormal investigators. He feels particularly protective of Vickie, since their shared past is connected to the threat that currently surrounds them. With the killer accelerating his plans, time is running out for more victims hidden around the city. Vickie is becoming closer with Griffin, but she’s getting too close to the danger, and every breath could be her last.

Comments

Rondakay says:

Excellent book I loved this book. I don’t know how Ms Graham does it, but she keeps it exciting and suspenseful until the very end, and I mean to the absolute end. No matter how hard I try, she can keep the bad guy a mystery until the characters figure it out, I’ve never been able to pick out who the bad guy is and I’ve read all her books. She’s a great author and this book was wonderful.

Cheryl Longwith says:

Not my Favorite of the Krewe. I’ve read all of Ms Graham’s Krewe of Hunters and loved them all but this one seemed like it was written in a hurry. It was hard to follow at times and had dialogue that just didn’t seem to belong. It didn’t involve Adam Harrison or a lot of the other Krewe from previous books like she usually does. It was more like a stand alone book. I hope the next book gets back to her usual style.

Davia Rouda says:

Incredible! You can start the series here . Vicki and Griffen have a fantastic story that begins when they have their first encounter when she was a babysitter and he was a beat cop. Now years later they are drawn together because trouble has hit the same neighborhood again. The suspense of who done it was fantastic. It was a great historical rich read. I absolutely want to know what happens next with Vickies new friend Alex. Bravo Heather great book.

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