Fatal Storm (Chase Dagger Series #5)

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The Indiana Paranormal Investigators are spending the night in a gothic mansion on the outskirts of Cedar Point, Indiana. Four people are participating...only three remain in the morning. There have been other disappearances and homicides in the past connected with the mansion. And the one common denominator has been the weather. FATAL STORM finds Dagger and his entourage spending a night in the mansion to seek answers. But they get more than they bargain for as another storm builds on the horizon. This is the ...
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Overview

The Indiana Paranormal Investigators are spending the night in a gothic mansion on the outskirts of Cedar Point, Indiana. Four people are participating...only three remain in the morning. There have been other disappearances and homicides in the past connected with the mansion. And the one common denominator has been the weather. FATAL STORM finds Dagger and his entourage spending a night in the mansion to seek answers. But they get more than they bargain for as another storm builds on the horizon. This is the fifth in the Chase Dagger series which combines mystery with elements of fantasy, sci-fi, and horror.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780984635719
  • Publisher: Full Moon Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/11/2011
  • Series: Chase Dagger Series , #5
  • Pages: 242
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.55 (d)

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  • Posted October 27, 2011

    Fantasy versus mystery, war of the words.

    This book is a bit more fantasy than mystery. It has some very good twists to the plot, but if you don't want to participate in the fantasy don't expect to enjoy the story. If however, you can, you'll have a good time.

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  • Posted April 18, 2011

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    The fifth Chase Dagger thriller deftly blends mystery and fantasy inside a haunted house horror tale.

    Nineteen year old Sara Morningsky is a beautiful shapeshifter who can turn into a falcon and a wolf. Her grandmother insured she would be looked after; choosing private investigator Chase Dagger to watch over the innocent teen who has no concept of how ugly the world is. Together the pair has solved supernatural cases; while Chase fights his feeling although he knows deep in his soul he loves Sara as adult to adult and not parent or big brother to a child.

    Four paranormal investigators are staying overnight in an allegedly haunted mansion near Cedar Point, Indiana when a storm breaks out. By morning, three remain as reporter Sheila Monroe vanished. On the grounds, a body of a man who disappeared over a year ago is found. However, instead of having the look of a person who vanished fourteen months ago, he appears to have left yesterday as his tattoo is still healing and his stomach contains the food he ate hours before he disappeared. Sara and Chase had been looking for that man so they decide to stay overnight to ascertain what is going on. A storm is heading their way and with it will be shockers for those occupying the house.

    The fifth Chase Dagger thriller (see Chasing Ghosts and The Good Die Twice) deftly blends mystery and fantasy inside a haunted house horror tale. Sara has matured since joining Chase and he no longer considers her a person who needs his protection as she has proven she possesses strength and fortitude. Chase has changed too since he became Sara's guardian. Their relationship metamorphosis enhances a taut Hoosier haunted house story.

    Harriet Klausner

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