ISBN-13:978-0-7783-2916-9 | ISBN-10:0-7783-2916-X
A channel for the dead—a warning to the living
A chill falls over Christina Hardy’s housewarming party when talk turns to a recent murder that has all the hallmarks of the so-called “Interstate-Killer” murders from fifteen years before. To lighten the mood, the guests drag out an old Ouija board for a little spooky fun…and that’s when things become truly terrifying.
Summoned by the Ouija board, the restless spirit of Beau Kidd, the lead detective—and chief suspect—on the original case, seeks Christina’s help: the latest killings aren’t copycat crimes, and he wants his name cleared. Back in the real world, cop-turned-writer Jett Braden is skeptical of
Christina’s ghostly encounters, but his police sources confirm all the intimate details of the case—her otherworldly source is reliable, and the body count is growing.
The spirits are right. The Interstate Killer is still out there, and Christina’s life is hanging in the balance between this world and the next.
Who am I to review the Great Heather Graham you ask? Well I'm a dedicated reader of Ms. Grahams. I remember reading her stories: One Wore Blue / July 1991, One Wore Gray/April 1992, And One Rode West /November 1992 One of my ALL time favorite series. The list goes on and on. I believe that's a review in itself don't you? I read her long before that even. In fact, now I've looked up my favorite series, guess what I checked they're available to download yup I'm going to revisit.
Okay on to my review of The Seance, Christina was a strong women, not easily intimidated. But Ms. Graham led us on a merry chase, each time I thought I had it figured out, another bend in the road. I really enjoyed this story. The only thing holding it back from a perfect 5 is the fact I did figure out who. Still even after that there was a bit of a twist. So if you think you know, think again...