The Unknown By Heather Graham

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The Unknown (Krewe of Hunters Book 35) By Heather Graham


Book/Novel Author: Heather Graham

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A New York Times bestseller! Don’t miss this latest Krewe of Hunters book—an all-new standalone story featuring the FBI’s elite paranormal team. Someone wants to watch the city burn…Sienna Murray was only fourteen when she pulled her neighbors out of a raging house fire. A decade later, she still can’t explain what happened that night, how she knew to save them at just the right moment—or why she receives the same mysterious warning when it happens again…New member of the Krewe of Hunters elite paranormal team Detective Ryder Stapleton doesn’t believe in coincidences. So when the suspicious fire he’s called to investigate reveals a cryptic link to Sienna, he can’t help but think the unassuming museum curator has something to hide. But he soon discovers they have more in common than he ever thought—and a growing attraction neither can deny.If they’re going to have a future, Sienna and Ryder need to catch a serial arsonist roaming the shadowy streets of New Orleans…before the city burns down around them.”A dark mystery, surprises and a cast of characters that will have you glued to the pages.” —Fresh Fiction on Seeing DarknessRead more
I enjoy this author. This was an interesting story line. I like having so many of the same characters appear in her books .
Anything by Heather Graham is worth reading. The plots are amazing and keep you hooked. I couldn’t put the book down. I stayed up until the wee hours of the morning to finish the book. She keeps you guessing and it’s just a great plot. All of the Kreweof Hunter books were great and I can’t wait for more to come out.
This was another phenomenal Krewe mystery! I am totallyin love with this series! This is the series that 1st got mestarted reading ghostly mysteries. The first ones I readtook place in Key West and had the pirate ghost. I think ithad 3 books – a trilogy. It was fantastic! This book had agreat story line and I really enjoyed the characters. Can’twait for more Krewe mysteries.
I love this series & have been dedicated to it for years. But this book took me weeks to read & felt wooden.
**MINOR SPOILERS**This book is part of the Krewe of Hunters series but can be read as a standalone.A few characters from other books appear or are mentioned.The writing felt stiff.Sienna can speak with her dead grandmother.In the prologue of the story, her dying/dead grandmother, Granny K,tells her to rescue someone from a fire which she does.10 years later, her grandmother warns her of another fire and Sienna wakes her neighbors before they can die.Sienna tells the investigators that she smelled gas and they are suspicious of her story.As the book continues, Sienna gets involved in the investigation as she is under Ryder’s protection.Throughout quite a bit of the story, Sienna spends a lot of time in denial about what is happening.At one point, it is obvious that someone has searched her office but she does not mention it to Ryder who she is involved with.She also hears whispers during an attack and does not mention that either.Ryder is one of the investigators.He can also speak with the dead.When he is first introduced, he came across as pushy.Later I did not think that was true.Ryder is quite protective of people including Sienna.He fairly quickly ties together events that do not on the surface seem to tie together.There was not much relationship development between Sienna and Ryder.The story takes place over a short period of time.I also did not think there was much character development other than the vet at the museum and perhaps Granny K.There were many improbabilities in the story. First, when Savannah saves some of the family from death, the person targeted was not even there.Second, an attempt on his life was not made again for a full year.Third, the deaths in this story were 10 years later.It made no sense for them to be that far apart.Fourth, rats were caught and had their throats slashed for no apparent reason.The author acknowledges that it would have been difficult to catch them and it definitely would have been. Next, one of the perpetrators was seen with a hat that covered most of his/her face, but he/she could not be identified.It seems as if the general build, race, etc could have been brought out.Security cameras could have captured an image of the person.Next, it really was not that clear why the villain wanted Sienna dead.In a minor example, Sienna gets blood on her shoes and then enters her parents’ house.In addition, there were issues that could have been clarified.For example, could Sienna see her grandmother in the intervening years?Could she see other ghosts?A couple of the coconspirators were nuts but that was not evident anywhere else in the story.A man from Sienna’s hometown was first described as being creepy, yet later in the story was more or less described as just someone from her home town with a completely different attitude about him.I do not plan to continue the series or the author.


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