Fifth Grave Past the Light (Charley Davidson Series)
Publish date: 2013-07-09
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Charley Davidson (#5)
I listened to the audio book and it was fantastic. The beginning was very humorous and light but as the story went on it began to grew darker and darker. These ghosts in her apartment were so creepy and the scenes at the end - I was actually scared. Great book.
Number five in the series. Charley’s signature humor and snark is there, along with the requisite serial killer. In this edition there is arson, more pain and tribulations. The question is why is everything that happens around our main characters basically the same as in the previous books. Still th...
Re-Read:January 16 - January 20I’m so glad I decided to re-explore this series. There is so much I had forgotten. So much I’m excited about again. I really hope the series never ends. I need Ms Jones to write about Charly and Reyes until they are old and gray.
That ending. Holy crap, that foocking* ending! I think I literally squee'd. My toes may have even curled. *fans self* Sorry, Curran. Reyes just knocked you off the podium for favorite male lead character. And the humor? It had me chuckling, snorting, and lol'ing constantly. Why on earth did I put...
Synopsis: Never underestimate the power of a woman on a double espresso with a mocha latte chaser high. – T-shirt Charley Davidson isn’t your everyday, run-of-the-mill grim reaper. She’s more of a paranormal private eye/grim reaper extraordinaire. However, she gets sidetracked when the sexy, sultr...
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