Let the Dead Sleep (Cafferty & Quinn)
Publish date: March 1st 2014
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Paranormal Romance
, Mystery Thriller
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Cafferty and Quinn (#1)
So this turned out to be a pretty excellent read!Danni Cafferty's father Angus has died and left her his antiques shop on Royal Street. In that shop he has left a special book that he tells her she needs to read.Enter Michael Quinn, a former cop who earlier in life died on the operating table and ha...
This was a frustrating book. It was only just good enough to keep me going and I'm not sure finishing it was much of a pay-off.On the audio side of things, the actress/reader, Natalie Ross, did a very good job. The last audio book I listened to, Disturb by JA Konrath, was annoying due to the poor ac...
Heather Graham novels are light comfort reads for me. Her books aren't deep and are kind of predictable, but I never miss a better chunk of them. On that note, it is a rare one that gets more than 3 stars. This book was no different to me.
My notes from when I listened to this:-Please quit referring to the bust as an "object." Most annoying thing ever! -However, would a drug dealer/gang member really know to call it a "bust"? I think they'd probably call it a statue or something.-Would a cult really identify itself as a cult? Do they ...
Let the Dead Sleep is the first in a new series by Heather Graham. The series looks to be quite different from the Krewe of Hunters series. In a way, it reminds me of that TV show from the 80's, "Friday the 13th". The one about the antique shop owners who have to get back cursed objects. Only,...
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