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The Uninvited PDF, ePub eBook 1777: In the throes of the Revolutionary War, Landon Mansion is commandeered by British Lord "Butcher" Bedford. He stabs Lucy Tarleton - who spurned his king and his love - leaving her to die in her father's arms. NOW: After the day's final tour, docent Allison Leigh makes her rounds while locking up... and finds a colleague slumped over Bedford's desk, impaled on his own r 1777: In the throes of the Revolutionary War, Landon Mansion is commandeered by British Lord "Butcher" Bedford. He stabs Lucy Tarleton - who spurned his king and his love - leaving her to die in her father's arms. NOW: After the day's final tour, docent Allison Leigh makes her rounds while locking up... and finds a colleague slumped over Bedford's desk, impaled on his own replica bayonet. Resident ghosts may be the stock-in-trade of stately Philadelphia homes, but Allison - a noted historian - is indignant at the prospect of "ghost hunters" investigating this apparent murder. Agent Tyler Montague knows his hauntings and his history. But while Allison is skeptical of the newcomer, a second mysterious murder occurs. Has "Butcher" Bedford resurfaced? Or is there another malevolent force at work in Landon Mansion? Wary, yet deeply attracted, Allison has to trust in Tyler and work with him to discover just what uninvited guest — dead or alive — has taken over the house. Or their lives could become history!

30 review for The Uninvited

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chibineko

    I believe that this might be the last book in the Krewe of Hunters series, and I have to say that I'm a little glad at that. The idea behind the ongoing series is good, but there's only so many times you can create new Krewes just to start a new love interest before it just seems a little "same old, same old". Now I have to say that one of the things I enjoyed about this entry was that Allison and Tyler don't actually jump into bed together immediately. Graham has the pair experience sparks, but I believe that this might be the last book in the Krewe of Hunters series, and I have to say that I'm a little glad at that. The idea behind the ongoing series is good, but there's only so many times you can create new Krewes just to start a new love interest before it just seems a little "same old, same old". Now I have to say that one of the things I enjoyed about this entry was that Allison and Tyler don't actually jump into bed together immediately. Graham has the pair experience sparks, but for the most part they focus on the whole "someone is killing people and Allison is in danger" stuff first. We see Allison feeling guilty about her attraction to Tyler, thinking that it's inappropriate to lust after him when people are dying all around her, people she cared about. This is a very natural reaction and one that I'm glad Graham explored here. After all, if a few of your coworkers died you probably wouldn't be solely focusing on the sparks between you and Agent Awesome-Sauce. I also rather liked the way the book played out for the most part. The mystery was nice and the history seemed to be pretty well researched, something that I noticed in the last few books in the series as well. This is one of Graham's strong suits in this series. Where the book falters is that there are some scenes where it just seems a little bland and I really couldn't help but wish that we'd more get to the point. I also felt that the ending was a little overly rushed, making the rationale of the killer and the reveal underwhelming. I wasn't expecting a reveal that would make me gasp, just one that felt a more built up. It just feels like Graham sort of ran out of pages and figured "OK buttercup, time to wrap this mother up". This felt a little disappointing because the book up to that point was good. I almost think that the book would've been better served by not having a big showdown scene and having the baddie arrested without the inevitable "hey, I'm kidnapping the girl so I can kill her" scene. Overall though, this wasn't terrible. It was good to see Adam poke his head into the book. I liked the history mixed into the book and I liked that the romance took a back burner to the story. I just feel that this series has run its course and that while I wouldn't mind seeing a story centered around a pre-existing couple (much like how Nora Roberts's In Death series does this), it's time for Roberts to move on. She's gotten a fresh wind with the last few books, but I can't help but feel that she'd rather be writing something else. 3 out of 5 stars (ARC provided by Netgalley)

  2. 4 out of 5

    ᴥ Irena ᴥ

    3.5 I think the impression these stories leave depends on the theme. I like those with more detailed American history. Like this one. Even though Allison Leigh was very annoying for almost one third of the book, I liked this story a lot. The setting is Philadelphia and Landon Mansion, a place where a young woman was killed in 1777. Allison is a historian and she works as one of the tour guides at the mansion. She is the last one to leave and she finds her colleague dead in the room that belonged to 3.5 I think the impression these stories leave depends on the theme. I like those with more detailed American history. Like this one. Even though Allison Leigh was very annoying for almost one third of the book, I liked this story a lot. The setting is Philadelphia and Landon Mansion, a place where a young woman was killed in 1777. Allison is a historian and she works as one of the tour guides at the mansion. She is the last one to leave and she finds her colleague dead in the room that belonged to British Lord "Beast" Bedford. Adam Harrison makes an appearance here. He only appeared in the first book so far. Since one of the board members is his friend, Tyler was sent to check what is going on. One of the reasons Allison was really annoying was because she was more than rude to Tyler while he stayed polite. She changed later and the story was quite enjoyable. The parts with history combined with the Lucy's story were done really well. Even the ghosts are more interesting. One of them even had a sense of humour. "No, I was walking along feeling sorry for myself, trying to sidle up next to people I passed on the street. I think I gave a few of them chills," he said, chortling to himself. As usual, the story is more suspense/mystery focused than romance focused, even though the romance is better than in some of the previous books. Or a former Texas Ranger is enough to make it better.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Meghan

    Loved the history and detail of the area, country and family take on histories. The blend of romance and ghosts added to a fun story full of the Texas Krewe. The ghosts were very entertaining in this story and it was great touching base with the rest of the Texas Crewe as we did not see them much in the last book. I can’t wait for the next story, especially since we learned more about Jane and her backstory this time around.

  4. 5 out of 5

    V

    Plot quite boring, Daniels wonderful as always.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Baer

    Book 8 done, now onto book 9.... They just keep my attention!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rhonda

    Review: Uninvited by Heather Graham 5 STARS I know on Heather's krewe books my ratings as been up and down a lot it seems. This one has been more believeable if you believe in the possibilty of ghosts. Univited as a lot of history that I enjoyed and have not thought about in years. Makes me want to go and visit historcal sites. See Valley Forge, to go on the Ghost Tours visit the historical buildings of Philadelphia. Thier were some love scenes that I skipped over. Most of the story Univited tak Review: Uninvited by Heather Graham 5 STARS I know on Heather's krewe books my ratings as been up and down a lot it seems. This one has been more believeable if you believe in the possibilty of ghosts. Univited as a lot of history that I enjoyed and have not thought about in years. Makes me want to go and visit historcal sites. See Valley Forge, to go on the Ghost Tours visit the historical buildings of Philadelphia. Thier were some love scenes that I skipped over. Most of the story Univited takes place in and around the Tarleton-Dandridge house. (I tried to look up and see if it was real. Could not but the names appear around that time and place.) In the Tarleton-Dandridge house is open to the public and gives tours. The tour guides dress in period costumes and weapons are real but no gunpowder. Julian Mitchell was a guide but snuck away after lunch to play with his band for chance at a paying job. He snuck back into the house during the last 2 tours. He planned to beg Alliso forgiveness after the house was closed. Allison loves the house she has lived her whole life in that neighborhood. She is also a professor at the University and writes papers about the house and time. After She is alone in the house ready to lock up she finds Julian his jaw was stabbed on his bayonett. Thier was blood all over the area. The police question her for hours and then the FBI Krewe agent was sent to find out if thier was a problem or if weird suciede. Tyler Montague used to be a Texas Ranger and now works for FBI in special unit they call Texas Krewe. They all can see ghosts sometimes. Tyler is lead on this case. Tyler takes her back to the house and has her show him around even though its late. They find that the attic where Julian had his until the tours was over ransacked. So police came back to search the room. Tyler decides after looking over all the deaths at the Tarleton-Dandridge house in the last 10 years needs to be looked at more. So he calls in the full Texas Krewe agents. Allison the next day sees the ghost of Julian and he asks her to help him. She faints. Everywhere she seems to go Julian shows up. She goes to counceling and that doesn't help. She even gets drunk. Allison does not want to be alone so she sticks close to Tyler. Tyler figures out she sees a ghost even if Allison does not believe in ghosts. Finally Tyler can see Julian and then his Krewe comes and they can all see him. The Texas Krewe and Allison stay in the historcal house to figure out who killed Julian and the others in 10 years. Who put a tourist in the hospital with a coma who's family was at the house and their boys asked a lot of questions about the ghosts. Thier is another death that happens. The Texas Krewe sets up camaras too see what is happening in the house. Their ME looks at the dead bodies to get clues. Julian ghost tells them that he did not kill himself. Allison tells a lot about the history around the house,town and new country trying to form. The History is told in ways that make it alive and got me thinking about a little different way. The story line makes sense if you just imagine that the ghosts can see, talk and appear to people. I had a good time reading this novel. I plan to read more from Heather in the future. I want to go back sometime and read her novels of the first Krewes Unit. This makes the fourth novel that I have read with the Texas Krewes but hopefully not the last one. I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest review from Netgalley. 8/28/2012 PUB Harlequin HarlequinMIRA

  7. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie (Once Upon a Chapter)

    This review was originally posted on Once Upon a Chapter I was in the mood for a ghost story so I picked up The Uninvited by Heather Graham. Graham’s Krewe of Hunter series is my go to when I need a paranormal read. Generally they are pretty light reads and the ghost aspect of the book is always satisfying. Part of the reason I love this series is that it is steeped in history. Naturally, some aspects are fictionalized but it is always something that could have happened. The Uninvited focuses on t This review was originally posted on Once Upon a Chapter I was in the mood for a ghost story so I picked up The Uninvited by Heather Graham. Graham’s Krewe of Hunter series is my go to when I need a paranormal read. Generally they are pretty light reads and the ghost aspect of the book is always satisfying. Part of the reason I love this series is that it is steeped in history. Naturally, some aspects are fictionalized but it is always something that could have happened. The Uninvited focuses on the Revolutionary War. I feel like the Revolutionary War gets the short straw a lot because it is the furthest in our past. Truly though it is amazing, nothing short of a miracle, that the Patriots won. I enjoyed this ghostly backstory. I enjoyed Allison and Tyler. Allison is completely against the Krewe coming in. To put it bluntly she was a bit of a bitch about it. I can certainly see why she behaved the way she did but she made assumptions and that generally doesn’t go over well. Tyler was your stereotypical Texan: all manners and chivalry. Honestly they worked well together. The Uninvited by Heather Graham was thoroughly enjoyable. I completely missed the who-dun-it and got a great ghost story in the process. I was lucky enough to acquire the next seven books in a trade from PaperBackSwap so I’ll be set for my next ghost story craving!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    After finishing The Unspoken, I wasn't quite ready to take a break from this series so I decided to instantly proceed to the next book. (I really enjoy this series, but try not to read too many installments too close together because I get tired of the formulaic plots if I don't space them out more.) This volume was pretty good. The setting is a historical house in Philadelphia. The romantic leads are Allison, a historian and guide at the house, and Tyler, a member from the Texas Krewe. The roman After finishing The Unspoken, I wasn't quite ready to take a break from this series so I decided to instantly proceed to the next book. (I really enjoy this series, but try not to read too many installments too close together because I get tired of the formulaic plots if I don't space them out more.) This volume was pretty good. The setting is a historical house in Philadelphia. The romantic leads are Allison, a historian and guide at the house, and Tyler, a member from the Texas Krewe. The romance was ok, sparks didn't really start flying until the last third of the book so it did feel more believable than these types of romances tend to be. I really enjoyed the mystery up until the denouement and the reveal of the villain, which felt forced and came off in a cheesy rather than scary way. The paranormal aspect was the same as in the previous books (though I did think Julian's ghost was particularly well done). I have other books to move on to now, but this was a fun reading interlude.

  9. 4 out of 5

    ☆.。.:*・°☆Love2Read♡HEAs☆.。.:*・°☆ {Anne}

    Rated this 4.2 "Look Alike" Stars Another great book in The Krewe of Hunters series. It takes place in Philadelphia (Philly), PA. It's mainly about the Revolutionary War. Quite interesting. Historically, it's about Lucy Tarleton and "Beast" Bradley. Re, present time, this one is Tyler & Allison's story. Tyler is a former Texas Ranger that left to become part of the 2nd Krewe. A real cowboy. Allison is a professor of History and a Tour Guide at the Tarleton/Dandridge house. This girl knows her s Rated this 4.2 "Look Alike" Stars Another great book in The Krewe of Hunters series. It takes place in Philadelphia (Philly), PA. It's mainly about the Revolutionary War. Quite interesting. Historically, it's about Lucy Tarleton and "Beast" Bradley. Re, present time, this one is Tyler & Allison's story. Tyler is a former Texas Ranger that left to become part of the 2nd Krewe. A real cowboy. Allison is a professor of History and a Tour Guide at the Tarleton/Dandridge house. This girl knows her stuff, I tell ya! They make an ideal couple. Allison's coworker is murdered, shame too cause he was gonna be a rock star! Anyway, for that & other reasons, the Krewe comes to investigate. You meet a couple of ghosts, experience more attempted & actual murder, etc, etc. Good story, check it out.

  10. 4 out of 5

    a love for papyrus

    Having finished the books I brought with me while traveling, I bought this book at one of the airport stores because there was not much else that struck my interests. I am not familiar with this author and have never read anything by her before so I was a bit surprised that it had such a heavy romance element. The characters, especially the two leads, reminded me of those found in historical romances. Not necessarily a bad thing; just unexpected. I actually liked the book overall; the story itsel Having finished the books I brought with me while traveling, I bought this book at one of the airport stores because there was not much else that struck my interests. I am not familiar with this author and have never read anything by her before so I was a bit surprised that it had such a heavy romance element. The characters, especially the two leads, reminded me of those found in historical romances. Not necessarily a bad thing; just unexpected. I actually liked the book overall; the story itself was ok. I found certain parts to be draggy and the use of red herrings to intensify the "mystery" was a little much. Very little subtlety in this book, but perhaps the fans of this genre are not looking for that. Despite all that, the book peaked my interest enough to want to sample a few others. It is an interesting mix of genres, but it is most definitely light reading.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Paula

    Allison is a historian and has the perfect job. She gets to dress in period costume and be a docent in a home built in the revolutionary period and tell tourists about it's history. It seems this house has a lot of history and Allison is very close to it. Some people even say it has ghosts. During one such tour, a couple of precocious boys are asking some very good questions and Allison is enjoying the discussion. She speaks with the parents then sends everyone on their way. As she is locking up Allison is a historian and has the perfect job. She gets to dress in period costume and be a docent in a home built in the revolutionary period and tell tourists about it's history. It seems this house has a lot of history and Allison is very close to it. Some people even say it has ghosts. During one such tour, a couple of precocious boys are asking some very good questions and Allison is enjoying the discussion. She speaks with the parents then sends everyone on their way. As she is locking up she looks into the office and finds a co-worker dead. Since this is the 3rd death of a suspicious nature, the Krewe team is called in. This is a good read and the supernatural aspect was fun.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Terri

    Allison Leigh works part time as a guide of an historical Philadelphia house where a revolutionary war murder is part of its fame. When a co-worker is murdered with a bayonet in mysterious circumstances, the FBI's elite Krewe of Hunters Team comes in to help. She is very skeptical of the 'ghost hunters' but also attracted to agent Tyler Montague. Loved the characters and rich history in the book. Definitely enjoyed the romance as well, would have given it a higher rating except this time, I just Allison Leigh works part time as a guide of an historical Philadelphia house where a revolutionary war murder is part of its fame. When a co-worker is murdered with a bayonet in mysterious circumstances, the FBI's elite Krewe of Hunters Team comes in to help. She is very skeptical of the 'ghost hunters' but also attracted to agent Tyler Montague. Loved the characters and rich history in the book. Definitely enjoyed the romance as well, would have given it a higher rating except this time, I just didn't buy the motive/killer. That said, the Krewe are great and I will definitely read more in this series.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Aparna

    Stars: 3.5 / 5 Recommendation: Yes, pick it up for a mystery involving paranormal activities. The Uninvited is the eighth book in the Krewe of Hunters series by Heather Graham and published in August of 2012. This plot revolves around Tyler Montague - the fourth member from the second group of elite paranormal investigators of The Texas Krewe - and Allison Leigh - a noted historian. Krewe are a secret FBI unit with each member of the unit honing a particular psychic talent of their own making them Stars: 3.5 / 5 Recommendation: Yes, pick it up for a mystery involving paranormal activities. The Uninvited is the eighth book in the Krewe of Hunters series by Heather Graham and published in August of 2012. This plot revolves around Tyler Montague - the fourth member from the second group of elite paranormal investigators of The Texas Krewe - and Allison Leigh - a noted historian. Krewe are a secret FBI unit with each member of the unit honing a particular psychic talent of their own making them the paranormal investigating team. This unit was created to deal with murders having supernatural undertones and paranormal activities. Headed by paranormal investigator Adam Harrison, the elite unit of paranormal investigators is called on to solve cases linked to historical mystery involving legendary crime and serial killings, war events and hauntings. The stories in the book series are located mostly in Virginia and New Orleans, with some well-known legends used as themes. The Krewe are divided in three distinct groups. The first group is led by Jackson Crow called as the original Krewe of Hunters, the second group is led by Texas Ranger Logan Raintree called as the Texas Krewe and the third group is a unit of its own. Allison Leigh finds Julian Mitchell impaled by his own replica bayonet, fallen over Bedford desk at the end of the final tour of Tarleton-Dandridge House. It is famed to be a haunted mansion too primarily because of not only the number of people who have died in mysterious conditions - tragic history - but also because of the legend that British Lord Brian Bradley aka Beast Bradley had murdered Lucy Tarleton in a rage and left her to die at the hands of her father. And now Julian Mitchell dies in mysterious conditions which warrants the presence of FBI's special unit The Texas Krewe to investigate. And Tyler Montague is given the lead before his team joins the investigation. But all doesn’t seem as straight forward as it is especially when the criminal in question has a fixation to past and present and also with Allison. Allison considers Tyler and his team as Ghost Hunters while Tyler truly believes in their ability to connect to the dead in the hope to solve a complicated mystery. Poles apart and so different, it was an intriguing journey to read and follow that Allison and Tyler take. Who is the uninvited into the house that is causing the murders? Is that person corporeal or a ghostly spirit? A journey that takes the reader through the history of United States specific to the time founding fathers fought for freedom from British and the little lies that were shoved under by the victors who told the tale. And we get to see the mighty Texas Ranger Tyler Montague fall for the ethereal Allison Leigh. Tyler Montague had been a very silent character since his introduction in the series by Heather. I always wondered how is story would be told and what his abilities would be It came as a surprise for me when I learned more about it - not the usual stereo-type macho-man Tyler ends out to be, but much much more than that. A reader like me who hadnt read any of Heather's previous series, when a character who has been much spoken of in the current series, it would be exciting to see that character being brought in again. Exactly what I felt when I got to finally meet Adam Harrison the spearhead for the FBI division, Krewe. It was finally nice to meet him and learn more about him. Although the plot for the historical part is pure fiction, Heather masterfully uses the real history blending in with fiction. All her plots have a standard theme – a story from past that reflects the crime happening in the present. However, every past that Heather brings forth are different kinds – molded perfectly to the ability of the lead investigator from the Krewe of Hunters. I like that she brings justice to past while capturing the criminal in the present at the end. Makes for a very satisfactory read. Coming to the characters in this book, although I hadn’t warmed up to Allison Leigh much in the beginning as the plot picked on she came through with tremendous courage. Tyler had been a hidden character so far. It was interesting to see him evolve in the plot. As always the romance part of the mystery is shorter than any romance novel however it was very sweet to see how Allison and Tyler find love eventually. A ride through history trying to know what is fact from fiction while solving a string of murders keeps the reader at the edge as the plot proceeds. Another successfully thriller with the paranormal touch filled with mystery, intrigue and romance. Spoiler Alerts: 1. After finally meeting Adam Harrison in this series, I am keen to start the books in which he had originally been part of. I have the Harrison Investigation Series by Heather Graham that definitely are prequels to this series in my list yet to read. Perhaps after I finish this series. 2. There is indeed a Dandridge in Philadelphia and a Tarleton in bygone era. And that the mansion – Tarleton-Dandridge house – indeed existed. 3. Heather mentions about a McDooley's pub in Philadelphia. Although I didn’t find one in Philly I found one in Boston though. Perhaps Heather based her pub on this. More about the Boston pub here: https://www.mrdooleys.com/.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Evelyn

    Elements of history, mystery, romance and the paranormal. What else could anyone ask for in a story? The Uninvited was a light, easy read that I enjoyed very much. I'm looking forward to reading more of the Krewe of Hunters mysteries.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Veronica

    I liked it. Interesting story. Good one by Heather Graham.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    The Uninvited by Heather Graham Krewe of Hunters Series Book#8 4.5★'s What's It About? 1777: In the throes of the Revolutionary War, Landon Mansion is commandeered by British Lord "Butcher" Bedford. He stabs Lucy Tarleton—who spurned his king and his love—leaving her to die in her father's arms. NOW: After the day's final tour, docent Allison Leigh makes her rounds while locking up…and finds a colleague slumped over Bedford's desk, impaled on his own replica bayonet. Resident ghosts may be the stock The Uninvited by Heather Graham Krewe of Hunters Series Book#8 4.5★'s What's It About? 1777: In the throes of the Revolutionary War, Landon Mansion is commandeered by British Lord "Butcher" Bedford. He stabs Lucy Tarleton—who spurned his king and his love—leaving her to die in her father's arms. NOW: After the day's final tour, docent Allison Leigh makes her rounds while locking up…and finds a colleague slumped over Bedford's desk, impaled on his own replica bayonet. Resident ghosts may be the stock-in-trade of stately Philadelphia homes, but Allison—a noted historian—is indignant at the prospect of "ghost hunters" investigating this apparent murder. Agent Tyler Montague knows his haunting and his history. While Allison is skeptical of the newcomer, a second mysterious murder occurs. Has "Butcher" Bedford resurfaced...or is there another malevolent force at work in Landon Mansion? Wary...yet deeply attracted... Allison has to trust in Tyler and work with him to discover just what uninvited guest...dead or alive...has taken over the house...or their lives could become history! What Did I Think? I couldn't say anything bad about this series if I tried. It was a reread for me and I enjoyed it as much the second...or was it the third? time round as I did the first. Love ghost stories and this entire series is ghostly. The people that compose the Krewe of Hunters have unique gifts that appeal to the sense of the supernatural. There is usually a little history before the "NOW" part... and the history of Philadelphia and the Revolutionary War that was woven into the story was as fascinating as the ghost itself. This series will appeal to those that love history, romance, mystery, suspense, and of course the main dish...a excellent ghost story.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie

    Murder for the Truth. 5 gold stars plus 5million more again and again and so on. Is murder the way to go for the truth to History. No. This book shows us the greed raises it ugly head again this time the truth about a small baby boy who was saved from a Patriot who thought the his mother was no longer a True Patriot but a Tractor who slept with the enemy. But the truth was that she was a true Patriot who risked her life over and over for Washington's Army. Then many years later a man who thought Murder for the Truth. 5 gold stars plus 5million more again and again and so on. Is murder the way to go for the truth to History. No. This book shows us the greed raises it ugly head again this time the truth about a small baby boy who was saved from a Patriot who thought the his mother was no longer a True Patriot but a Tractor who slept with the enemy. But the truth was that she was a true Patriot who risked her life over and over for Washington's Army. Then many years later a man who thought that he was a Patriot was killing in the name of what a true Patriot should be but, he was not a true Patriot just a COLD BLOODED MURDERER. THE REALLY PATRIOT ARE THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO DIED TO MAKE THIS COUNTRY WHAT IT IS TODAY.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    Another great story of the Krewe Hunters but this story had a great history lesson of Philadelphia during the Revolutionary War and one historic house in particular. A history professor who also guided tours, Allison Leigh, discovered s gruesome murder that would change her life completely. Agent Tyler Montague has been assigned the duty of researching the family behind the house where one of the young guides had been killed and if there was a correlation between them. I loved the history lesson Another great story of the Krewe Hunters but this story had a great history lesson of Philadelphia during the Revolutionary War and one historic house in particular. A history professor who also guided tours, Allison Leigh, discovered s gruesome murder that would change her life completely. Agent Tyler Montague has been assigned the duty of researching the family behind the house where one of the young guides had been killed and if there was a correlation between them. I loved the history lesson and the book.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Veronica

    I was actually so immersed within this novel that I didn't post any updates until the end. I am a huge Colonial America buff and picked up this novel right after visiting Williamsburg. The way this novel was written I felt as though I was right there with the characters, seeing what they were seeing, feeling their tenses and emotions as well as any other senses. Again, this was a good read; I found myself wanting to continue to read. I love colonial history so this was enjoyable for me. 3.5 out o I was actually so immersed within this novel that I didn't post any updates until the end. I am a huge Colonial America buff and picked up this novel right after visiting Williamsburg. The way this novel was written I felt as though I was right there with the characters, seeing what they were seeing, feeling their tenses and emotions as well as any other senses. Again, this was a good read; I found myself wanting to continue to read. I love colonial history so this was enjoyable for me. 3.5 out of 5 stars.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Marti

    This has been an engaging series and it has been getting better. There are now two Krewes, one from New Orleans and one from Texas. This one was set in Old Philadelphia and gave a new twist on the Revolutionary War. Of course there are ghosts and one of them actually provided some bits of humor. Of course there was a romance but it was kind of sweet. If you like these genres, you quite possibly would enjoy this series.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Wonda

    4.5! Really good read! Even fairly quick! Though I find myself dreading the next tier! I really would like more about the characters we have already been introduced too...A new case with each of the couples we already have compared to new characters each novel would be a breath of air! I mean how many FBI "ghost" teams can their possible be? Otherwise all in all, I really do enjoy these books...enough that I already have the next 4 novels reserved on my reading app! Diving in now...

  22. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    Great supernatural mystery with an unexpected ending. It certainly kept my interested to the end. My only grumble is that Heather Graham creates wonderful characters, matches them up romantically, and then we only see them in passing in subsequent books. I'd love to check in with those characters again and again.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kem

    Interesting plot, but more than a little vague for half the book. I love the Krewe teams. But really, does there half to be a love connection in each one. This one didn't grab me like others have, but I look forward to reading the next one in the series. The author has created a very interesting concept and I hope it continues for many more books.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Claire Gem

    This was my first Krewe of Hunters, and I was not disappointed. It's not easy to find well-written ghost stories set in the present day. Graham does an excellent job of combining a ghost story, a love story, and lots of history into one terrific contemporary tale. I think I have a new favorite series!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    My earlier comments held true through the rest of the book... I love the way Heather brings her settings to life. The characters are well-drawn and I am enjoying getting to know them. I'm getting ready to start #9, and I have the rest on my list. It's a fun journey through different cities, and the rich details only teach us painlessly as they lead the reader to the HEA.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ingrid Stephens

    Another fun historical haunting with some romance thrown in. This one in my hometown of Philadelphia. I think Graham could have added more things about the city to make me believe she had been here, but the history of Philly was dead on, pardon the pun.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Suzy Howard

    Enjoyable read Moves steadily through the story and keeps your interest moving forward, a well written novel. Interesting historical information makes you feel your learning too. This has inspired me to visit historical Philadelphia

  28. 4 out of 5

    Maureen L Payne

    So much history I just love these books. I love the fact that each book is mainly about one of the Krewe of Hunters team members. I love the story lines , like the title says , so much history in the stories. So on to the next one. You either like them or not, I love them.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Hunt

    Wonderful This is another example of Heather Graham’s ability to write a book that will keep you reading from beginning to end. I have read lots of her books and I have enjoyed every one of them, and I look forward to reading a lot more!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn

    An interesting premise, however extended overlong with many missing pieces in the puzzle. The characters were drawn in a fuzzy manner and not much reason to feel attached to any person in particular. Murder and mayhem with little motivation.

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