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Dust to Dust

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2013

    HUNTING GROUNDS

    HUNTING GROUNDS

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  • Posted June 27, 2011

    Intriguing storyline

    I purchased the paperback book when it first came out. I enjoyed it and eagerly looked forward to the next books in the series to be released.

    I've read around 8 of Ms. Graham's paranormal books so far, and none of them had the characters that appear in Dust to Dust. Even though I wasn't familiar with the characters in this book, I was able to get the gist of their stories, get a feel for them and even a liking for them. That's one reason I want to read the second to fourth books that are supposed to be in this series - I want to learn more about the people involved in this story. The second reason I want the rest of this series is because the plot is interesting - solve a puzzle, beat the clock, save the day.

    I'll have to read the previous books to find out about the characters of this book.

    I'm not interested in reading any of the new series Ms. Graham's written until this one is completed.

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  • Posted October 28, 2009

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    First of 4 books

    I have enjoyed Heather Graham's books. This is a 4 part series. I am looking forward in reading the next 3 books.

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  • Posted May 30, 2009

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    Fans of the author will appreciate this fine opening act as the author sets the stage for what looks like a terrific saga.

    In Los Angeles, graphic artist Scott Bryant parties with two buddies. After a ton of alcohol they head back to their hotel, only to intercede when an elderly couple is being mugged. Scott gets close to the male victim to see if he is okay, but something odd happens. He abruptly for no known reason has gained super strength. That night, he dreams of a dead zone in which the deceased live.

    Dog trainer Melanie Regan has the same dark nightmares as Scott suffers from. She has an uncanny skill of being able to draw to the minutest detail pending disasters before they occur though she could never draw until recently. They meet and soon travel to Rome in find the mysterious oracle. There the duo unites with Rainier Montenegro to fight a demon. They have taken their first baby steps to prevent the inevitable apocalypse.

    This is an exciting atmospheric romantic suspense urban fantasy that launches a new Heather Graham paranormal series. The story line comes across as realistic though slow due to Scott's struggles to learn and understand what his happening to him and what overall is going on; his plunge into the Graham realm of blood darkness is not easy for him and to a lesser degree for Mel. Fans of the author will appreciate this fine opening act as the author sets the stage for what looks like a terrific saga.

    Harriet Klausner

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