Unseen Voices

Unseen Voices

by Christine Pope

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Project Demon Hunters is canceled...but apparently no one told the demons.

Knowing how the horrifying events that took place while filming Project Demon Hunters shook his friend Michael Covenant to the core, Will Gordon readily says yes to Michael's request to be ready — as a friend and as an Episcopal priest — in case psychic Rosemary McGuire calls for help.

Rosemary doesn't know exactly why the show was canceled...other than a demon murdered the show's producer, and the network buried every scrap of harrowing footage under a ton of hacker-proof security.

When an independent filmmaker shows up at Rosemary's metaphysical bookshop with tantalizing clues that a backup copy of the missing footage exists, she promises Michael she'll call some crusty old priest "in a pinch," and begins following a trail of impossibly tiny bread crumbs.

But that trail doesn't just lead her somewhere. It leads something to Rosemary, alarming enough that she calls Michael's priest friend...who turns out to be way younger and heroically handsome than she could have ever anticipated. But the heat between them may be no match for the demonic fire that grows hotter and more dangerous the closer they get to the truth.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161246108
Publisher: Dark Valentine Press
Publication date: 10/16/2019
Series: Project Demon Hunters , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 94,387
File size: 536 KB

About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Christine Pope has been writing stories ever since she commandeered her family’s Smith-Corona typewriter back in grade school. Her work includes paranormal romance, fantasy romance, and science fiction/space opera romance. She makes her home in Arizona.

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Unseen Voices 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
IAGrams 18 days ago
Unseen Voices by Christine Pope is the latest in her Demon Hunters series. I received an advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Good things can happen to good people, right? Then why does it seem that so many bad things happen to them? Rosemary, the white witch from the previous Demon Hunters books, is in a funk. She’s alone and for once lonely. So when a drop dead gorgeous guy walks into her shop asking for her help, she should help him. Or should she? Or should she be with Will Gordon, friend of Michael Covenant and and an Episcopal priest? Christine Pope has done it again with interesting characters, mysteries that need to be solved, and evil lurking around the corner. Another great read from a favorite author!
GrannyC 27 days ago
Continuing our story with Rosemary and ? And ?. Read and find out.... She is trying to find the tape that Colin had hidden. Great story!
AFlores1994 27 days ago
Horror genre is not my favorite, but the story of Rosemary and Will is an interesting one. The story ends in a cliffhanger, which is frustrating. However, the story is captivating and left me on the edge of my seat. This is the fourth book in the Project Demon Hunter series. I did receive an ARC.
ScaroletEllis 27 days ago
Unseen Voices (Project Demon Hunters Book 4) by Christine Pope is an awesome story to read. This is book number four in this awesome series that I fell in love with and I highly recommend this story. I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book
Sunny2 30 days ago
Christine Pope’s “Unseen Voices” the 4th book in her Project Demon Hunters Series will take you in continued aftermaths concerning the previously cancelled filming of Project Demon Hunters. Rosemary McGuire, the psychic that previously helped Michael Covenant gets herself involved with Caleb Dixon, an independent filmmaker, when he requested that Rosemary help him find a missing backup copy of the film. It seemed an innocent request and they both proceeded on this journey. Eventually it becomes apparent to Rosemary that this was a little more than she could handle. On Michael’s advice she contacted Will Gordon, a priest friend of his. What becomes as a minor search for a missing copy of the film turns out to be more than Rosemary would realize even with the assistance of the priest. As usual, the book was a page turner, with twist and turns that you didn’t see coming. I extremely enjoyed this book but it does leave you with a cliff hanger. Since I am a total fan of Christine Pope’s books and series, I don’t necessarily mind waiting for book 5 to find out how Rosemary’s story concludes. I recommend this book but I suggest you start with the beginning of the series.