Seven Souls: Harrow, Book 1

Seven Souls: Harrow, Book 1

by Elissa Stark



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Seven Souls: Harrow, Book 1 by Elissa Stark


Detective Phoebe Harris possesses psychometry - the ability to read memories or emotions with a touch. Her gift exposes criminals and killers until an encounter with a psychic child throws her life sideways. Blackouts and a strange voice unfurling inside her mind now haunt her and fill her with questions.

One man, a paranormal investigator and father of the young psychic, has answers. However, Jack Gregory needs Phoebe's help tracking a missing person first. While the case spirals into multiple homicides, Phoebe discovers more about Harrow, the town on Georgia's coast where realms blur and demons and angels tread.

As the body count climbs, Phoebe and Jack race to find the entity pitting brother against brother. Meanwhile, she realizes the murders may be more sinister than she thought and her abilities with the voice in her head are darker still.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780990315117
Publisher: Bad Star Media, LLC
Publication date: 07/01/2014
Pages: 278
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.63(d)

About the Author

Elissa Stark is a traveler, technical support rep, improv actor, graphic designer, and author. She earned her degree in religious studies and classical civilization. Once, she ran away and sailed around the world. Elissa resides in her hometown of Atlanta, Georgia.

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Seven Souls: Harrow, Book 1 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
bravewarrior More than 1 year ago
Trade/Rural Fantasy: After the ending of the book the next page asks if you want to know when the next installment of this series is. Answer: Yes, yes I would like to know. Even though there were a lot of flaws in this book, I liked it. The story had an ending, even though it is part of a trilogy. The story is interesting. The characters have room or development and are not static. The hero, Jack, gives hints of missing time and it makes you wonder. The heroine of Phoebe, (I hate that name in books because I see Phobie) is the narrator and has no clue what is going on or who she is. I didn't like that she never called Jack on the carpet about what was going on. There was a lack of narration in the author's writing style that made some of the conversations and situations very non-reality. I didn't like that Superdad Jack never questioned or mentioned his daughter at the end or even thanked Phoebe at the end for what she did with the daughter. Just a thought. If your into paranormal, you'll like this book. It's a "Devil You May Know" by Jenna Black meets Dresden. This book was won on a giveaway from GoodReads for a honest review.