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The Flynn brothers have inherited more than a New Orleans plantation. They've inherited a ghostly presence -- and a long-kept secret.Aidan Flynn, a private investigator and eldest of the Flynn brothers, scoffs at the haunted-house rumors -- especially since Kendall Montgomery, a tarot card reader who has been living in the mansion, is the one to tell him the tale of a womaThe Flynn brothers have inherited more than a New Orleans plantation. They've inherited a ghostly presence -- and a long-kept secret.Aidan Flynn, a private investigator and eldest of the Flynn brothers, scoffs at the haunted-house rumors -- especially since Kendall Montgomery, a tarot card reader who has been living in the mansion, is the one to tell him the tale of a woman in white. But when he finds a human bone on the grounds and another by the river, Aidan delves into the dark history of the Flynn plantation.Forced together to uncover the truth, Aidan and Kendall realize that a serial killer whose victims seem to vanish into thin air has long been at work -- and that their own fates are about to be sealed forever unless they believe in the unbelievable....

Title : Deadly Night
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Number of Pages : 389 Pages
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Deadly Night Reviews

  • ✨Susan✨
    2019-06-18 05:53

    I like to pick up one of Heather Graham's books every now and then. I think at times she writes like Nora Roberts and this is one of those for me. I really enjoyed the brothers and it had a nice romance that did not get too sappy. Good plot and a nice start to a series that I would continue with if it crosses my path again. Great Daily Deal.

  • Maria Clara
    2019-06-15 08:46

    Estoy indecisa con esta historia. Por un lado no me ha encantado, pero tampoco me ha disgustado. La parte romántica es seca y casi inexistente, plana en cuanto a emociones, pero la parte de misterio está bien; sólo bien, ya que hay varios fallos que no sé cómo la autora no se ha dado cuenta. En cuanto a los diálogos... fríos, inexpresivos, y otra vez planos... Y, aun así, extrañamente así, leeré los otros dos libros de esta serie.

  • Eve Recinella (Between The Bookends)
    2019-06-17 06:35

    Another great read by Heather Graham! This one takes place mostly at a haunted plantation that the Flynn brother's have inherited. Both characters where likable, though it took me awhile to warm up completely to Aidan. I still think the author should lay off the overly flowery sex scene descriptions.. "The taste of her was intoxicating, the feel of her supple flesh writhing beneath him exquisite and damning." I'm not even sure what the heck that means?? Was she having a stroke?? Was she an evil demon?? *lol*I also noticed a mistake, at one point in the beginning we are told Aidan's wife has been dead 5 years, then later we are told it has been 3 years, not a big deal, but if I the reader caught it, then the editor should have.Again this author does really good mysteries with lost of twists and turns and red herrings, and I was really surprised by the unmasking of the baddie in this one! It also had an epilogue, one year in the future which included (view spoiler)[ marriage and a baby on the way(hide spoiler)] I think this was the first one I have read by this author that has included one!!Overall this was one of my favorites to date!["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Robin
    2019-06-13 06:49

    When Aidan Flynn and his two brothers inherit a mansion outside of New Orleans, they soon hear the stories about it being haunted. Tarot card reader Kendall Montgomery fills them in on the legends of the old plantation house. But when Aidan discovers a thigh bone from a human female, he starts looking into the possibility of a murder. The authorities in town are not very concerned, believing the bone is a remnant from one of the victims of Hurricane Katrina. But Aidan digs into some missing persons reports and finds a pattern of a serial killer.This is the first book in Graham's Flynn Brothers Trilogy. I like the setting in New Orleans and wanted to visit Bourbon Street. The mystery was interesting and there were several suspects to pick from. I did get bored with the heroine always believing someone was watching her or someone was following her. I think it happened every time she walked down the street. The romance was just OK to me. Overall, I thought it was just a mediocre read. My rating: 3.5 Stars.

  • Glamdring
    2019-06-17 05:34

    *3,5 stars - 5 stars for the narration <3<3<3*The culprit totally took me by surprise...

  • Purple Country Girl (Sandy)
    2019-06-20 06:47

    3.5I was in the mood for a guilty pleasure read so I checked out a copy of Deadly Night. Overall, I enjoyed this mysterious, paranormal romance set in New Orleans. The Flynn Brothers have inherited an old plantation from their recently deceased aunt, Amelia, a woman they did not know existed until a lawyer reached out to them about the property. One brother, Aidan, wants to be rid of the plantation, which is in need of some serious TLC, and get back to their P.I. business in Florida. His younger brothers, Jeremy and Zach, toy with the idea of fixing the place up and selling it but then get the idea to restore the Flynn Plantation to its roots and turn it into a historical attraction, something to benefit the community, which is still suffering in the wake of Katrina. Aidan initially is not interested in his brothers’ vision but eventually, and reluctantly, decides to give it a chance. Added to the mix is Kendall, who has an attachment to the house and to its previous owner: she lived in the house while she served as a caregiver to Amelia. Kendall does not believe that ghosts roam the property, explaining unusual things away there and in her gift shop where she reads tarot cards. The ghost story’s origin is told through flashbacks to the property’s antebellum days and as Kendall relates the tale to the brothers: two Flynn cousins, Sloan and Brendan, fighting on opposite sides of the war, shot each other to death over a woman, who, following their deaths, threw herself off a balcony. To some, such a tragic story could only lead to these restless spirits haunting the plantation... After an initial distrust of the brothers, Kendall warms to the younger two but not so much to Aidan, who is a jerk. I did not care for him for much of the book. The other brothers were fine but a little on the bland side without much to distinguish one from the other. This is the first in a trilogy with each book featuring a different brother so maybe they are filled out more in their respective stories. Anyway, as one would expect, Aidan and Kendall gravitate, rather uneasily, to one another. I do feel that their relationship to be kind of forced but still entertaining. There is an eerie feel to the story from the beginning. While on a separate P.I. case, Aidan finds a bone on the banks of the Mississippi. After he calls the police to investigate, he is met with a lack of cooperation, bordering on animosity. Later, he finds a bone on the Flynn Plantation, leaving him to wonder if the bones are connected or if, as the testy local authorities keep telling him, they are from graves disturbed by the devastating flooding caused by Katrina. Aidan is skeptical. He decides to look into unsolved cases of women who have gone missing in the area and begins his own investigation with little help from the authorities. At the same time, Kendall is reading an old diary that may shed light on what really happened between the Flynn cousins back in 1863. What I like most is the New Orleans setting. Graham really brings the city to life with her descriptions of not just the city but the great characters inhabiting it. What I liked least is the way Graham tends to end a chapter on a suspenseful note for character A then jump to character B so you have to wait to find out what the heck is going on with character A. It’s a bit confusing and irritating. I understand it’s a way to drive a story and build up tension but when the chapter in between fills more like filler than plot, it just creates annoyance. I like my books to tell the story and not meander aimlessly to stretch it out. I used to read Nora Roberts as my guilty pleasure but I’ve found her later books to do just that, a prime example is The Obsession where she spent about 200 pages on DIY of the house the main character purchased. It's not that noticeable in this book but is it there to a lesser degree. Deadly Night was entertaining and fit the guilty pleasure bill but, though I may read them at some point, I’m not in a rush to read the next two books in the Flynn series.

  • Jill Dunlop
    2019-06-11 07:37

    Aidan Flynn and his two brother have inherited a southern plantation from an aunt they didn't even know existed. There have been rumors that the house is haunted by a lady in white. When Aidan visits the house he discovers a human thigh bone. Aidan is a private investigator and wants to know where the bone came from. Kendall Montgomery stayed with Aidan's aunt the last few weeks of her life. She claimed to see ghosts at the end and that there was something evil on the grounds. Kendall at first was skeptical, but now she us having strange experiences herself, that she can't explain. She and Aidan work together to unravel the mysterious circumstances.Deadly Night is the first book in the Flynn brother trilogy. After reading the summary for it, I knew this book was right up my alley. It is set in New Orleans with a haunted plantation, combined with a Civil War romance. Unfortunately, this book did not live up to my expectations. It was sorely lacking in many aspects.The most disappointing part of the book was that it was just plain boring. Kendall and Aidan were okay characters but I never really connected to them. At first, Aidan comes across as very cold and distant. He and Kendall don't like each other at all. Eventually, things change and they become intimate, but I wasn't really buying it. Everything was so lackluster. Where's the passion?The mystery portion of the book was better developed than the romance. Most of the book was focused on the details of Aidan's investigation. I found it to be a touch boring at times. I did like many of the secondary characters and how at one moment the clues would point to one person and then in the next chapter someone else was under suspicion. This book might do better as marketed as straight mystery instead of paranormal romance.

  • ✰☽♥✰Unsolved Mystery ✰♥☾✰
    2019-05-30 12:44

    - My Description -This is about three brothers who inherit a haunted plantation house from an aunt in the Louisiana bayou.With ghost tales & a serial killer milling about, there are plenty of things to keep the Flynn brothers busy. This is book 1 of 3.- My Review -I really enjoyed this haunting Halloween book. At first, it was hard for me to get into, but once I did, I ran with it. I was first disappointed there was a romantic aspect between the two main characters. Only because it's October, I wanted a good horror novel. The romance was only the back story, so it didn't really bother me. The romance worked. Heck, everything in this book works. I'd recommend this book anytime of the year, but especially now....with it being October. =)I'm excited to read the rest of the Flynn brothers trilogy & more of Heather Graham's writing. =)

  • Wanda Hartzenberg
    2019-06-12 06:39

    This book reminded me of something Karen Rose would write. The story line is an almost even split between romance and tension and on the other side murder and mayhem.I loved it. The characters are well formed and grow well throughout the story. The mystery and mayhem keeps you glued to the book and the result is nice and tidy.I loved the setting and the author did an amazing job with world building. I will definitely read the next book in this series and I suspect that this author now has a new fan.WaAr

  • Yodamom
    2019-06-17 13:02

    It was ok. The second half of the book had me sitting on the edge of my seat, the drama was intense. But the ending was too neat, wrapped up too easily, it felt like a formula book. I liked the basic story , loved the New Orleans ghost story just not sure I enjoy this authors style enough to continue with the other two books. Something was missing, I not sure what.

  • Marie
    2019-06-12 14:03

    I am not going to rate it as I just could not get into it - very slow trying to get into the book - going to go on my did not finish shelf - got up to chapter 9 and the book still wasn't grabbing me. Normally Heather Graham books will grab you from the start but this one kind of fell flat for me. No rating.

  • Gina
    2019-05-22 09:50

    A ‘hauntingly’ good mystery.Aidan and his two brothers, Jeremy and Zachary, have inherited an old plantation in New Orleans from an aunt they didn’t even know existed. The Flynn plantation has a hauntingly sad but beautiful back-story. Their ancestors have been depicted in the history books as two cousins who killed each other over a woman. Later, the story is cleared up do to an old diary. Seems they hadn’t killed each other over a woman, but rather a case of mistaken identiy while defending said woman.But Aidan doesn’t believe in ghosts or hauntings. He’s found two different thigh bones, both belonging to different women, one on the grounds of the plantation, the other down by the river. Aidan, a private investigator, is a man who prefers to deal with facts. What he wasn’t prepared for was Kendall.A tarot card reader, Kendall has a degree in psychology, and she doesn’t really believe in ghosts or hauntings either. Until the Death card starts to literally laugh at her. Every time the Death card has ever laughed at her, the women whose cards she’s reading seems to disappear without a trace.Aidan doesn’t like Kendall; he believes she’s a quack right from their first meeting, not knowing her background. Kendall doesn’t like Aidan; he’s arrogant, a jerk, and because he believes she’s a quack when she really isn’t. He doesn’t approve of tarot readers - he believes they are nothing but frauds. And that gets her back up.Thrown together, albeit reluctantly, both are determined to find out what’s going on.**There’s a reason why I like Heather Graham’s novels. She’s an awesome writer. She intrigues a reader with a mystery that’s not always easy to figure out. I, for one, was surprised at the end when I found out who it was. I hadn’t suspected him whatsoever. She writes with simply, incredible details to her scenery so that you can picture everything vividly. Her characters always seem real and interesting. And when she adds her ghostly presenses, they seem real, even when the characters don’t believe what they’re seeing.I loved the sad history of the plantation. The mistaken identity while both cousins are defending one’s wife.Aidan and Kendall; while I did feel like they were attracted to each other, I didn’t really feel that spark that should be there. I think that could have used a little ‘oomph’, just a little more of a spark between them. They argued, they irked each other, and I think I’d have felt a bigger spark if they’d had a huge fight, a monumental argument between the two.And there is an error in the book, one that shouldn’t really make a difference but it does sit uncomfortably with a reader. When one victim is supposed to be vacationing in one place, and yet the investigation is routed somewhere different (a huge difference between Ireland and Venezuela.)I also found it a tad slow. I think there should have been more action, whether on the heros’ part or the villain’s. Disfigured and dismembered voodoo dolls and being plunged into the dark wasn’t enough. The end of the story almost makes up for it. Would I recommend it? Yes!

  • Angela Wade
    2019-06-19 13:35

    Maybe a 2.5. There are aspects I liked, namely the few scenes that took place between only the h/H. But there were too many other characters in the story, and it felt like the only reason they were there was to throw off the reader from guessing who the real killer was. The romance aspect felt forced. I love a good love/hate relationship, but it never seemed to move beyond that, and while I'm sure the sex was explosive between the two, I don't buy that they 'fell' for each other mentally. They didn't tell each other anything, either. "What was your dream about?" "Nothing. Yours?" "Nothing.""How are you?" "I'm fine. You?" "I'm fine, too."Great communication, guys. I totally buy you got married a year later.Other issues? Some serious editing was needed. There were timeline discrepancies and repeated use of the same adjectives (sometimes in the same paragraph). The storyline had some spook factor, but it got to the point where there had been so many false scares I stopped feeling nervous for the characters. Also too many scene changes that could have been done off-page.The ending was hokey. I mean, if the ghosts could lay a rose at her feet, why couldn't they stab the killer before the body count rose so high?The killer was well-written...until he started explaining the reasons why he'd killed. Good gracious, what a ridiculous few pages of dialogue. "I'm a genius. Geniuses aren't required to follow the rules like everyone else." Really? That's all you've got? It would have been better for him to keep his mouth shut and remain an enigma than turn into a Snidely Whiplash-like caricature. By the end of a scary book I want to be scared. Not shaking my head in wtf.This is the second time I've read a novel by this author, and I'm still not convinced. Probably won't be reading any more.

  • theghostwriter
    2019-05-23 07:46

    ugh paranormal romance. yeah you heard me right. i promised myself i'd never EVER venture down that path but, well, i went ahead and did it anyway, so there you have it. and now i feel dirty. unclean. still... it was rather engrossing. and it DID have a ghost in it, two in fact. and a killer. and three irish brothers flynn! and one sassy, spirited lass named kendall montgomery (of course) who was constantly fighting her DESIRES for aidan, the roguish oldest brother flynn. *rolls eyes* yeah, you get the idea.

  • Portia
    2019-06-06 13:42

    I read this story years ago, and enjoyed it. I loved the audiobook of this title and already have plans to buy the next book in the series.

  • Bec
    2019-06-13 11:51

    So this was my Halloween read, figured I'd go with a mystery that had a ghost story worked in. The ghost story part takes us back to the Civil War while the mystery part tracks a serial killer running amok in New Orleans. Graham did a decent job of not giving away who the bad guy was with quite a bit of misdirection and the romance in this story was not overpowering. The writing was pretty typical for Graham and if you've read any of her other works this is inline with the quality and editing you've seen before, very good. The only real hang up I had was a little bit at the end seemed a little too cliche horror moviesque, it's possible Graham did that on purpose but it didn't quite work for me. Overall it was an entertaining read with an HOE for all but the bad guy.

  • Nancy Ellis
    2019-06-02 11:57

    A haunted New Orleans plantation, ghosts popping up all over, gruesome murders, romance.....what more could you ask for in entertaining escapism! I really enjoyed this and will definitely read more of her books.

  • Linda
    2019-05-31 08:03

    Deadly nightThis was a good read. The characters were well written. I had trouble figuring out the culprit of the crime. The book started out slow but picked up its pace.

  • Rebecca
    2019-05-31 05:47

    Probably more like a 3.5 because it took me a while to like Aidan but I did come around, and I liked the story and I want to read the next in the series, so I'll give it 4 officially.

  • Ann Hatfield
    2019-06-16 09:38

    So I have this odd habit of reading Heather Graham books even though I don't really enjoy them. It's weird, like a compulsion. Normally I roll my eyes, sigh disgustedly and complain while I read them because I always know who the killer is within the second chapter. This time though, I was SUPER surprised because I didn't know who the killer was until it was revealed at the end. I think this particular book was a lot better than her others, for some reason it just flowed and seemed more believable. I actually enjoyed this one and I am going to read the other two books that are part of this trilogy. I don't exactly know what made it better than her other books, it just is better.

  • Janice
    2019-05-28 06:42

    This had all the ingredients - atmosphere, New Orleans, ghosts, a haunted mansion, fortune telling, music, and a serial killer. What it really needed was a spicy jambalaya. Okay, I'm being cheesy here. What it really needed was some spice.

  • Katherine P
    2019-05-26 07:54

    This is the first book in the Flynn brother series from 2008. I'm glad we got Aidan's story first because he's the brother that would be the hardest to get to know if he was a secondary character and I really don't think I'd be all that interested in reading his book. He can be a bit standoffish and brusque and at the beginning isn't particularly likable. But I liked Kendall from the beginning and I really wanted to find out what was going on at the old Flynn Plantation. I wasn't very far in before Aidan started to grow on me as well. He's a good guy but very cautious and not as outgoing as his two younger brothers. I liked Aidan and Kendall's relationship. It wasn't insta-love and while they were strongly attracted to each other early on it took them a bit longer to really begin to like each other. It's still pretty quick but it is romantic suspense so I expect some speed and it felt thought out. Graham creates a really strong community feel. I loved the talk about how New Orleans was faring after Katrina and seeing characters in different settings - at work, at Kendall's shop, and in the bar. I did guess the "who" part of the mystery but was unsure of the "why" and "how" and I couldn't wait to see how the story unraveled. Phil Gigante did a good job with the narration though it did take a little time for me to get used to his version of Kendall's voice. His accents weren't over the top and most were pretty accurate. The beginning was a little choppy in audio format because you're in 1863 for a few pages, then modern day, then back to 1863, then back to modern day but the choppiness only lasted a few minutes and I suspect it wouldn't be a problem at all in print form.This was everything I have come to expect from a Heather Graham book - likable characters, a beautiful setting, a fascinating historical twist, and just the right amount of paranormal. I felt like this was one of her better mysteries in terms of everything making sense and a good dash of misdirection. This is a good listen or read and perfect for when you're in the mood for a little bit of spooky fun.Full Review: http://iwishilivedinalibrary.blogspot...

  • Laura Agnella
    2019-06-13 07:46

    I love most genre but sometimes I'm just in the mood for a good ghost story and if I want to be sure I am going to be satisfied, I grab a Heather Graham book. They usually come in sets of three and this is the first of the Flynn brothers trilogy. The New Orleans setting was fun and the back story of the civil war cousins fighting on opposite sides was intriguing. The plantation, cemetery, and voodoo references really brought New Orleans into focus, both past and present, from the lure of Bourbon Street to the romance of the large plantations and their grounds. The characters were likable and as the reader gets to know them better, we learn about their lives, where they've been, and where they're headed. Aidan and Kendall do not begin the book getting along but eventually do give in to their hidden attraction for one another, as was to be expected. The ghost story was engaging. Two cousins fighting on opposites sides who supposedly killed each other over a woman. The woman, attacked by a crazed officer, who throws herself off of the balcony to her death, haunts the plantation. These ghosts from the Civil War era begin to present themselves in dreams to warn our characters of the dangers they are facing in the present. And each time they dream, we learn more about the past and how it connects to the current mystery. There is some predictability in that you know the two main characters are going to get together. Heather Graham's books are labeled as paranormal romance and the author usually sticks to a similar pattern in the romance area. However, with regard to plot, I have found that there are enough possible suspects and a few twists that generally keep me guessing until the last few chapters of the books, and this was no exception. Heather Graham's book are fun, paranormal romance with a lot of suspense and I know I can always turn to her when I want a book I can count on enjoying.

  • Chibineko
    2019-06-13 12:58

    This book was entertaining to read, but I couldn't help but feel at times that I've seen better from Graham. Maybe my opinion is tainted after reading the truly horrible "Picture Me Dead" prior to reading this book. In any case, the book was entertaining to read & there's quite a bit of promise for this trilogy.The story in this book focuses around the Flynn brother Aidan & the sexy shop owner Kendall. After a not so spectacular meeting, sparks fly between the two as Aidan tries to solve a mystery surrounding missing girls & mysterious bones that have shown up in the family graveyard. Meanwhile a sinister evil has begun to settle over the town & plantation as something stalks Kendall, hoping to claim her for its own.Overall, I did like this story. The chemistry between the two characters was terrific, although I wish that Kendall had played harder to get for maybe another chapter or two. The supporting characters are all interesting, although at times there seems to be a few too many mentioned in passing. Perhaps they'll be more important later on in the trilogy, but so far some of the mentions seemed a little superfluous. Also at times I just felt like the story was treading water as various things were mentioned, which I'm hoping is done so there's no need for it to be drawn out in the next two books. Even so, the charm of this first book is evident & this is still something I'd recommend for most romance thriller fans.

  • Kate
    2019-06-14 11:04

    This book was difficult for me. The characters weren't as compelling as I hoped they'd be. The main character, Kendall, was like sandpaper underwear. How did she live to the ripe old age of 30-ish, take care of an elderly woman on a giant plantation and run her own business all this time, but once a big strong man walks into her life, she is perfectly helpless? It was really disappointing. I can understand love making you want to be with someone constantly, or depending on them, but she ended up scared of her own shadow shortly after he came into the picture. Very frustrating. Also, there were WAY too many editing errors in this book. I found myself stopping dead because of an error upwards of 10 times. I'm not perfect in my writing/editing skills, but if I am going to publish a book, I will definitely make sure that I use "here" instead of "her". I mean come on people!The story was the best part, and even that came up a little short. We slowly gather the idea that there is a serial killer out there attacking a certain type of woman. How this ties into the plantation...we have no clue! It isn't until the last handful of pages that it makes sense, and even then it's pretty far-fetched. Graham paced the story nicely so that it was a quick read, but not as enjoyable as I had hoped. Will I read the rest of the series? Oh probably, but only because I'm a glutton for punishment.

  • Jodi
    2019-05-22 11:34

    This took me a while to get into but it was definitely worth the read. The Flynn brothers have inherited an old plantation in New Orleans from a relative they never knew existed. The plantation has a storied history. Supposedly, two cousins on opposite sides of the Civil War shot each other over a woman who threw herself over a balcony in grief. Needless to say, that isn't exactly or even close to what happened. Solving that mystery is critical to solving the more recent mystery of the two human thigh bones that Aidan Flynn, the eldest brother, finds on the property. Kendall Montgomery, who had taken care of the previous owner of the plantation, and also runs a gift shop and psychic reading service, fills him in on the old stories but also clues him in to some of the other weird things going on in the area. It doesn't take long before Aidan and his brothers are fully involved with renovating the plantation mansion and trying to solve not only the old mystery but also the mystery of the recently missing person bones. It was entertaining. The romance between Kendall and Aidan started with chemistry but grew by other means. They were good together. Once I got into it, it was difficult to put down.

  • Sandy
    2019-06-06 10:43

    I just finished, "Deadly Night" by Heather Graham. This story begins during the Civil War, but fast forward it to present day. It's a thriller set in the south that includes a family's old plantation house outside of New Orleans. One of the main characters is a young woman that owns a unusual shop in the quarters and she, along with an employee, does tarot card readings. The other main characters is a former FBI agent, who formed his own private investigation firm, along with his 2 brothers(both former police officers). There seems to be a serial killer lose in New Orleans that preys on young women. Can the killer be found out and stopped before he kills again? I won't give any more clues to this story. It appears that there are 2 more books after this one that follow the 2 brothers of the PI firm. As always, Ms. Graham has never failed to keep my attention with any of her stories. Even though this was not completely set in the historical time period that I enjoy (Civil War), this was a good book full of suspense.

  • Mahareni Sukadi
    2019-06-04 08:42

    Sempat ogah bc Heather Graham stlah The Island yg mnrutku biasa2 aja.Tp brhub ni buku dterbitin sm gpu,akhirnya mncoba lg mnikmati karya pengarang ini.Dan trnyata ckup bgus.Meski romancenya sm skli gak hot,tetep oke sih mnrutku.Hantu2 gentayangannya bkin daku jd mmbayangkn pilm2 horor.Latar konfliknya yg nyangkut Perang Saudara Amerika,Selatan dan Utara,jd mengingatkanku akan Gone With The Wind.Ditambah lg dg rmh perkebunan Flynn,bkin inget sm Tara-nya Scarlett O'hara.Bag akhirnya,d mana si jahat dbunuh sm roh2 gentayangan it,jd mengingatkn aku akan Bad Men-nya John Connolly.

  • Tasha
    2019-06-14 10:59

    GoodI really enjoyed this book. It's different from what I normally read so it was refreshing. The ending however was lacking finesse, and I found the reveal to be slightly disappointing, rushed and guess-able. Ill complete the trilogy but I wasn't blown away. Next time maybe.

  • Wendi
    2019-06-10 09:42

    Not bad, better than the Krewe of Hunters series but again very formulaic. I'm on the third book now - trying to find anything to read that's free from my library - and all three books are exactly the same story. Single guy with a sad past finds some mystery and a woman that he doesn't want to fall in love with but does while solving said mystery. yawn