Thunder Moon

Thunder Moon

by Lori Handeland

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Thunder Moon by Lori Handeland

"Handeland is at the top of her game in this taut thriller. Part detective tale, part supernatural chiller, this is a full-on exciting read." Romantic Times

In the RITA® nominated Thunder Moon, the Blue Ridge Mountains are a haunted place--literally.

Cherokee sheriff, Grace McDaniel, has dealt with paranormal entities before and is not surprised that they're back. After a freak thunderstorm the elderly residents in Lake Bluff, Georgia start to die. Upon further examination, their hearts are missing.

Ian Walker, a Cherokee doctor who blends native and traditional medicine, also arrives with the Thunder Moon. He bears the mark of a warrior on his back and wears an eagle feather in his hair. Ian hides both powerful medicine and a painful past. Grace is attracted immediately, despite her mistrust of strangers, secrecy and magic.

As the creature preying on the town's residents gains strength and begins to kill not just the old but the young and healthy as well, Grace and Ian must team up in a race to find the Cherokee legend become fact, the Raven Mocker.

Will they discover the Raven Mocker's identity before one of them becomes a victim?

Thunder Moon is the eighth novel in the award winning Nightcreature Novels by New York Times Bestselling Author Lori Handeland. If you enjoy the novels of Sherrilyn Kenyon or Christine Feehan, try the Nightcreature Novels today!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150815810
Publisher: Lori Handeland
Publication date: 10/08/2015
Series: Nightcreature Series , #8
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 380
Sales rank: 291,572
File size: 622 KB

About the Author

Lori Handeland is the author of more than fifty romance novels. Her books have won several awards, including the prestigious RITA Award in 2005 for Best Paranormal Romance for Blue Moon, and the 2007 RITA Award for Best Long Contemporary Romance for The Mommy Quest. Best known for her popular Night Creature series, she has also written several other series including The Phoenix Chronicles and Shakespeare Undead.

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Thunder Moon (Nightcreature Series #8) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Residents of Lake Bluff, Georgia hope and pray that the small town has returned to normal after the werewolf incidents (see HIDDEN MOON). Especially hoping for no more supernatural occurrences is Sheriff Grace McDaniel, who in spite of the evidence of last summer and being part Cherokee remains skeptical. However, to her chagrin something is stalking the town this creature can rip a heart out of a person, but leave no marks on the epidermis. This killer seems to have arrived at about the same time that Dr. Ian Walker came to Lake Bluff. Attracted to the newcomer, she scoffs at his insistence that she contains powerful magic inherited from her Cherokee background. They team up to investigate a supernatural serial killer. --- This romantic police procedural fantasy is a superb thriller that will grip the audience from the moment that Ian arrives in town and never misses a beat until after the final confrontation. Grace is fabulous as the lead protagonist as her first person account will have fans leaving the lights on at night. THUNDER MOON is a terrific blending of several genres as Lori Handeland turns to Sherlock Holmes in her wonderful paranormal whodunit: ¿¿ when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.' --- Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is a mystery where the main charater ( female cop) knows that something is wrong in the city she works and live in so she makes it her mission to findout and runs into a new sexy doctor that she cant seem to figure out but has a connection with him. Over time their are more mysteries and she realizes that it connects with her past and her native clan that gives her power to over come weird evil things that are in her way.
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Marsha Lecates More than 1 year ago
I read thebook , i could not put it down!
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I enjoyed this book, fell right into it! It's not the most wonderful, but certainly a good read and good enought to keep on your bookshelf (well mine anyway!)
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Shunka More than 1 year ago
I greatly enjoyed reading this book, I think this one was one of my favorite of the series.
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