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by Joyce Bean,Heather Graham

eBook The Dead Room epub
  • ISBN: 1423331648
  • Author: Joyce Bean,Heather Graham
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: United States
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (March 21, 2007)
  • ePUB size: 1965 kb
  • FB2 size 1822 kb
  • Formats txt rtf azw lit


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For ITW, CJ Lyons, Gayle Lynds, David Morrell. She’d been across the room from Matt, exchanging pleasantries with a colleague

For ITW, CJ Lyons, Gayle Lynds, David Morrell. and M. Diane Vogt, who worked so very hard-. and pulled off the incredible. And for our fearless. leader Bob Levinson and the Killer Thriller Band-. She’d been across the room from Matt, exchanging pleasantries with a colleague. She’d just excused herself to go to Matt and the. hat? He was hunkered down beside her now just as he had been when a football struck her in the head when they were playing in the streets so many years ago. He offered the same smile he’d given her then, full of interest and amusement toward most situations, a dry smile.

Written by Heather Graham. Narrated by Joyce Bean

Written by Heather Graham. Narrated by Joyce Bean. Torn by her feelings for both men, caught between the worlds of the living and the dead, Leslie struggles against the encroaching danger that threatens to overcome her. As she is drawn closer to the darkness at the heart of Hastings House, she must ultimately face the power of an evil mind, alone in a place where not even the men she love can save her.

Heather Graham keeps up her paranormal mysteries with this book. If you haven't read her previous books that have people from Harrison Investigations, you might get a little confused when characters are brought in. Overall, this is a nice quick read mystery that ties our world to the world beyond.

Narrated by Joyce Bean.

Joe wondered if there was an agency in the city that looked into situations like this. It would mean a lot of red tape, he was certain. Still, it was worth checking into, he decided as at a premium in New York, that was a given. But he knew there were laws to protect tenants against these kinds of situations. But since most of the inhabitants were either in the country illegally or made their living in a doubtful manner, he doubted their complaints drew much response, if they even dared to make them. Still, Heidi Arundsen was a good hostess.

As delivered by Joyce Bean, MacIntyre's Southern accent becomes credibly more pronounced when she's under stress, which is frequent as the murders escalate. While Bean's male voices are far too hoarse, her quiet ghosts are delightful.

The Dead" is the final short story in the 1914 collection Dubliners by James Joyce. The other stories in the collection are shorter, whereas at 15,952 words, "The Dead" is almost long enough to be described as a novella. The story deals with themes of love and loss as well as raising questions about the nature of the Irish identity. Gabriel Conroy – the main character of the story.

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Heather Graham has written more than a hundred novels. She's a winner of the RWA's Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Thriller Writers' Silver Bullet. She is an active member of International Thriller Writers and Mystery Writers of America.

A year ago, archaeologist Leslie MacIntyre barely survived the explosion that took the life of her fiancé, Matt Connolly. In the long months since, she’s slowly come to terms not only with her loss but with her unsettling new ability to communicate with ghosts, a dubious “gift” received in the wake of her own brush with death.


Now she’s returned to lower Manhattan’s historic Hastings House, site of the explosion, to conquer her fears and investigate a newly discovered burial ground. In this place restless spirits hold the secrets not only of past injustice but of a very real and very contemporary conspiracy with deadly designs on the city’s women—including Leslie herself.


By night Matt visits her in dreams, warning her and offering clues to the truth, while by day she finds herself helped by—and attracted to—his flesh-and-blood cousin Joe. Torn by her feelings for both men, caught between the worlds of the living and the dead, Leslie struggles against the encroaching danger that threatens to overcome her. As she is drawn closer to the darkness at the heart of Hastings House, she must ultimately face the power of an evil mind, alone in a place where not even the men she love can save her.


Comments: (7)
Jaiarton
This book is very suspenseful. It keeps you in the dark. There are so many suspects and they all seem to be guilty. You try and try to figure out who the culprit is; but then you are surprised. It's a great story. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do, every time I read it. If you enjoy the paranormal, you'll enjoy this book also.
Saberdragon
Though the story is one of Heather Graham's best, this abridged audio version leaves much to be desired. Chapter changes are not noted, making it difficult for the listener to pick up where they left off. Joyce Bean's telling of the story, while pleasant to the ear, lacks adequate distinction between characters, and listeners may find themselves wondering who's doing the speaking, and being pulled from the story because of it. That said, with restless spirits, a handsome private investigator, and a dead fiancé who visits Leslie in erotic dreams, Ms. Graham has written a thrilling 3 1/2 star murder mystery with an unconventional romance that is sure to please fans of ghostly whodunits.
Mallory Lane--see entire review at adcmagazine.com
Yojin
Oh my gosh! This book kept me on my toes till the last page! Who was kidnapping prostitutes? Who kidnapped the young social worker? I would recommend this book to anyone.
Ieslyaenn
Everytime this author gets better & better. I got so involved with her stories, that I don't want to stop reading, even loosing sleep, so I can continue reading. I feel sometimes that I'm part of the plot. That, for me is a goog, no an excellent writer. Highly recommended, all her books.
Painwind
I have really enjoyed this book and always enjoy this author. The ending was a good surprise. Like all her books.
Qwert
Heather Graham never disappoints!!! This series compliments her Krewe of Hunters series and the stories are great. This book is just one more great read !!! The perfect mix of paranormal, suspense and romance.
Adrierdin
This is one of my favorite authors.
She talks to dead people...

A year ago, archaeologist Leslie MacIntyre barely survived an explosion that took the life of her fiance, Matt Connolly. Since then she's slowly come to terms with both her loss and an unsettling ability to communicate with ghosts, a "gift" received in the wake of her brush with death.

Now she's returned to lower Manhattan, site of the explosion, to investigate a newly discovered burial ground. In this place restless spirits hold the secrets not only of past injustice but of a deadly conspiracy against the city's women--including Leslie herself.

By night Matt visits her in dreams, warning her and offering clues to the truth. By day she finds herself helped by--and attracted to--his flesh-and-blood cousin Joe. Torn by her feelings for both men, caught between the worlds of the living and the dead, Leslie struggles against the encroaching danger. As she is drawn closer to the darkness, she must ultimately face the power of an evil mind, alone in a place where not even the men she loves can save her.
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