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Book by Graham Heather

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HASH(0x9028f738) étoiles sur 5 Same ole same ole 23 octobre 2012
Par Elycium - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
I've been reading her books for the last 10 yrs and this same plot revisited over and over is getting old. If you have read HG's other books then you read this. Same story line. Same plot. Different city but she doesn't stray far from making her books original. I hate to say this but it might be last one of this author's books I'll read. Her first suspense books and vampire books are great. But these Krewe of Hunters??? Not so much. If you are new to HG then you'll enjoy them. But be warned...you'll read the same thing over and over and over and over......
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HASH(0x91a66eb8) étoiles sur 5 ghost stories and murder!! such fun. 29 août 2012
Par love to read - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
the latest in the krewe stories, this one has a fun line of ghosts, teaches some good history, and has a murderer that i did not identify easily. plenty of unexpected twists to keep things interesting and a happy ending all around. heros and heroines abound while some innocents die, but it all leads to a good read with the only predictable thing being the romance of allison and tyler. heather graham is an author you depend on for a great day of reading.
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HASH(0x8ff12a20) étoiles sur 5 A fresh wind in here, but it's time to move to something new 19 septembre 2012
Par ChibiNeko - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
I believe that this might be the last book in the Krewe of Hunters series, and I have to say that I'm a little glad at that. The idea behind the ongoing series is good, but there's only so many times you can create new Krewes just to start a new love interest before it just seems a little "same old, same old".

Now I have to say that one of the things I enjoyed about this entry was that Allison and Tyler don't actually jump into bed together immediately. Graham has the pair experience sparks, but for the most part they focus on the whole "someone is killing people and Allison is in danger" stuff first. We see Allison feeling guilty about her attraction to Tyler, thinking that it's inappropriate to lust after him when people are dying all around her, people she cared about. This is a very natural reaction and one that I'm glad Graham explored here. After all, if a few of your coworkers died you probably wouldn't be solely focusing on the sparks between you and Agent Awesome-Sauce.

I also rather liked the way the book played out for the most part. The mystery was nice and the history seemed to be pretty well researched, something that I noticed in the last few books in the series as well. This is one of Graham's strong suits in this series.

Where the book falters is that there are some scenes where it just seems a little bland and I really couldn't help but wish that we'd more get to the point. I also felt that the ending was a little overly rushed, making the rationale of the killer and the reveal underwhelming. I wasn't expecting a reveal that would make me gasp, just one that felt a more built up. It just feels like Graham sort of ran out of pages and figured "OK buttercup, time to wrap this mother up". This felt a little disappointing because the book up to that point was good. I almost think that the book would've been better served by not having a big showdown scene and having the baddie arrested without the inevitable "hey, I'm kidnapping the girl so I can kill her" scene.

Overall though, this wasn't terrible. It was good to see Adam poke his head into the book. I liked the history mixed into the book and I liked that the romance took a back burner to the story. I just feel that this series has run its course and that while I wouldn't mind seeing a story centered around a pre-existing couple (much like how Nora Roberts's In Death series does this), it's time for Roberts to move on. She's gotten a fresh wind with the last few books, but I can't help but feel that she'd rather be writing something else.

3 out of 5 stars

(ARC provided by Netgalley)
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HASH(0x8ff12d50) étoiles sur 5 A big fan of the Krewe books! 2 septembre 2012
Par D. J. Harris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is a very good book. I love all the Krewe books and hope there will be many more. I could'nt put it down. Well written, great characters, and a plot that has plenty of twists. Plus ghosts and history...what could be better. I know...more books by Heather Graham. Thanks for a great read.
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HASH(0x8ff128e8) étoiles sur 5 mystery, romance and a touch of paranormal 29 août 2012
Par kimbacaffeinate - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
Heather Graham is one of my favorite authors for when the mood strikes. Each of the novels can be read as standalone, as each book deals with one member of the special FBI unit and their romance. I love that each case brings us a mystery to solve and a swoon worthy guy. The Uninvited tells Agent Tyler Montague's story as he works to solve a murder investigation.

The case is set in Philadelphia and involves the historic Tarleton House. Allison Leigh is a history professor and spends her summers working as a guide at the Tarleton House. Dressed in colonial attire, she is locking up after a busy day of tours when she discovers the body of a co-worker impaled by his own replica bayonet. While resident ghosts are good for drawing in visitors, the board is concerned because this isn't the first bizarre accident to occur. They call Adam the head of the special FBI unit and Taylor Montague is dispatched from Virginia to investigate. Allison isn't happy about this crew of "ghost hunters" invading the historic home, but when she begins seeing and hearing the voice of her dead colleague ..she might just change her mind. The tale that unfolds is suspenseful as they race to stop a killer.

We previously meet Agent Taylor and I was delighted to finally get his story. He is ex-military and was a Texas Ranger who helped find a missing girl with the help of a ghost. Taylor is tall and lean and looks like a linebacker. I really liked this soft spoken man. He feels like people are intimidated by his size and are quick to make judgment about him. He finds himself attracted to the sexy, refined, intelligent dark haired raven, Allison. Allison isn't ready to deal with the murder, let alone all this ghost woo-woo, but Taylor is so patient with her. *sighs* These two were obviously attracted to each other, but the discovery and dance was paced throughout the book allowing the romance to slowly unfold. The rest of the Krewe of Hunters arrived, but as is Graham's style they worked the case mostly in the background. Hints were dropped about whose story we will get next and I hope I am right. The list of suspects was colorful and the secondary characters including the ghosts added to the suspense and mystery.

The world building in Graham's novels are always fun. I love the investigation aspect and piecing together the clues. Having ghosts provide clues and unlock lost mysteries is always intriguing. In this type of tale the story lines follow a predictable recipe; murder, boy meets girl, search for clues, fall in love, solve the case. Graham takes this recipe and mixing up a delightful new batch each time and I always find myself completely immersed in the tale. I love that the romance is just a side dish to the mystery. She knows how to serve it and this one was spicy. I enjoyed watching it develop, the awkwardness, tension, that first kiss..eep! While there is sexual content it is all implied and should not offend. I loved the dead colleague and fans of the Ghost Bartholomew should be delighted by him. While I had my suspicions about whom the murderer was, Graham surprised me with a twist at the end.

I want to thank Mira/Harlequin and netGalley for providing this ARC in exchange for my unbiased review.
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