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Review: Seeking Darkness by Heather Graham

I keep jumping into new books at the end of a series and decided to try something different. Since I was about to start reading an ARC of Haunted House, a Krewe Of Hunters novella, I decided to read this first because it introduces the two main characters who also star in the new release. The plot sounded great and I enjoyed the storyline, but the characters were a bit stiff. There are a lot of characters and some pretty mundane discussions amongst them. I wish the author had given us more detailed conversation between the MCs and more personality for the couple and less of everyone and everything else. The mystery was compelling but I would’ve liked more detail on it and less history lesson on the town. Changes like those would’ve catapulted this from a 3.5 star to a solid 5. On paper this book has everything I want: mystery, danger, suspense and romance, plus it’s a series so there are thirty other books, but the execution didn’t work for me.

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Seeking Darkness
by Heather Graham
Krewe of Hunters book 30
Published 2020

Heather Graham Seeking Darkness
Seeking Darkness by Heather Graham
Krewe of Hunters book 30

She’s being murdered.

It was supposed to be a fun girls’ weekend in Salem, but when a past-life regression session instead sends a terrifying vision of murder to Kylie Connelly, she’s shaken and doesn’t know what to think. Worse, later she identifies the attacker from her vision: he’s a prominent local politician.

Special Agent Jon Dickson of the FBI’s Krewe of Hunters is on the trail of a suspected serial killer based on the scantest of clues and unreliable witness testimony. When he realizes Kylie’s vision might be his best lead, he must gain her trust and get close enough to guide her new talent. Though she doubts herself, the danger Kylie sees is all too real—and the pair will have to navigate a murderer’s twisted passions and deceptions to stop the killer from claiming another victim.

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