Sunday, 2 November 2008
When Nikki Dumonde wakes up to see her employee, Andy, standing at the bottom of her bed at four O'clock in the morning she is convinced that her staff are playing a trick on her. Running the successful New Orleans haunted tour company is great work and Nikki enjoys it alot. She also loves the staff but at four O'clock in the morning she just throws them out. The next day Nikki is upset to hear that Andy has been murdered and it happened at the same time she thought she saw her in her bedroom. Either Nikki is going insane or she can see ghosts...

No one believes Nikki when she tells them that she saw Andy. So when Brent Blackhawk comes to town and has the ability to see ghosts, Nikki finally has someone she can talk to. Together they try and find out who murdered Nikki and a FBI agent killed in the same way. To find the answers they will have to listen to the dead and hope they don't also get killed.

I have heard alot about Heather Graham but have never tried any of her books before. Ghost Walk seemed like a great book to start to get to know the author and I have to say I wasn't disappointed. This was like a James Patterson mystery with more romance and a paranormal twist. Not too spooky and not at all bloody this was a great read with lots of interesting New Orleans facts and nice characters. Well written and captivating, I can't wait to try more of Heather Graham's books.


posted by Unknown at Sunday, November 02, 2008 |


At 2 November 2008 at 10:05, Blogger Angela @ Reading Angels

If you are interested in trying another Graham book then I recommend "Seance". I read this one last year and really enjoyed it!

P.S. I adore your blog!!!


At 4 November 2008 at 01:45, Blogger Unknown

I will add it to my wishlist! Thanks for the tip!


At 5 November 2008 at 16:16, Blogger Kimberly Swan

She has so many good ones to choose from! The Dead Room and The Death Dealer are really good, and the Flynn Brother's Trilogy as well.


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