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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

No one writes romantic urban fantasy better than Heather Graham

The wife of Louisiana State Senator David Holloway, Regina falls from the balcony of their mansion to her death. The New Orleans Police Department investigates and concludes Regina committed suicide as she still grieved the loss of her son Jacob due to a DUI several mo...
The wife of Louisiana State Senator David Holloway, Regina falls from the balcony of their mansion to her death. The New Orleans Police Department investigates and concludes Regina committed suicide as she still grieved the loss of her son Jacob due to a DUI several months ago.

Adam Harrison sends his special investigative team to New Orleans to look into the Holloway death. The unit is led by Jackson Crow, who used to work for the Fed's Behavioral Sciences Unit. He, his team of five, and paranormal pragmatic Virginia police officer Angela Hawkins who can detect the supernatural arrive at the Holloway mansion in the French Quarters. Their mission is to determine whether the supernatural was involved in the woman's fall. Soon they revise the objective to staying alive.

No one writes romantic urban fantasy better than Heather Graham does as she consistently blends suspense with the paranormal. Her latest thriller Phantom Evil uses the disturbing past of people who resided in what appears to be a haunted house with modern day supernatural happenings. Readers will hear the bumps in the night as Ms. Graham provides another powerful New Orleans paranormal romantic suspense thriller.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on March 4, 2011

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

For immature audiences only

I was hoping this would be an interesting read; however, it turned out to be a shallow mystery with limited character development and little exploration of the more interesting aspects of the ghostly phenomena. The characters were so one-dimensional it was hard to like...
I was hoping this would be an interesting read; however, it turned out to be a shallow mystery with limited character development and little exploration of the more interesting aspects of the ghostly phenomena. The characters were so one-dimensional it was hard to like or dislike them....a waste of good reading time.

posted by mysteryloverMI on April 19, 2011

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  • Posted August 16, 2012

    Recommended

    As a first timer to New Orleans and not knowing all the places, once you've been there this story fits all into place. You can picture everything and imagine being there. I thought it was a very good read.

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  • Posted October 12, 2011

    I liked it

    It was an entertaining read. It won't win any Pulitzer or Nobel prices, but it achieves what it is supposed to achieve. It embroidered me in the mystery and the ambiance of the Big Easy and before I knew it, I was done with the book. It is very engrossing.

    As a matter of fact, it is so entertaining, I bought the rest of the Krewe of Hunters collection.

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