Nightwalker By Heather Graham – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Nightwalker (Harrison Investigation, book 8) by Heather Graham – book cover, description, publication history. Past and present converge in Las Vegas and ghost town Indigo, Nev., the site of a long-ago gunfight, in this engrossing paranormal romance.
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The story takes liberties with traditions and how they work with tribes local to the area. Nightwalker is a fun read and the perfect novel for those in need of a light paranormal mystery.
I found all the characters to be rather flat, and frankly a little boring. It means we don’t have one of the main characters thinking the other is crazy and acting all patronizing toward them. Hired to investigate the murder, private detective Dillon Wolf finds himself fascinated by the gorgeous redhead who’d been trapped beneath the victim – and by the single word the dying man had whispered in her ear, Indigo. This book had me guessing up till the end and it will suprise you, it did me.
She has had books selected for the Doubleday Book Club and the Literary Guild, and has been quoted, interviewed, or featured in such publications as The Nation, Redbook, People, and USA Today and appeared on many newscasts including local television and Entertainment Tonight. I wonder if Heather Graham would make this little tidbit into a plot for a future book in this series or the Krewe of Hunters series.
Don’t have a Kindle? A very good mingle of murder and mystery; past and present; reenactment and reincarnation; and above all romance and love. Write a customer review. They are sent there to work on a case which includes protecting a casino owner. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. The action was fast paced and the secondary characters added to the dynamics well. There were quite a few things I li I always love when mystery stories have a paranormal element to them.
The protagonist in this book, Dillon Wolf, is a Paiute who works for a company that solves mysteries where ghosts are expected to be playing a part. Very good story line, heck it was great. Ghost Walk Harrison Investigation. Lucia in Love digital. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! Would Grahamm recommend this book to a fan of historical fiction? An avid scuba diver, ballroom dancer and mother of five, she still enjoys her south Florida home, but loves to travel as well, from locations such as Cairo, Ngihtwalker, to her own backyard, the Florida Keys.
Clearly who ever edits for Heather Graham isn’t doing a good job. I actually caught myself rolling my eyes on multiple occasions. This story begins in the distant past in a Wild West saloon, and ends a few miles away in Vegas. I can tell Graham isn’t as familiar with the Vegas area as she is with some of the other locations she writes about.
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See all 83 reviews. They end up protecting a beautiful single woman who happens to be i The term Nightwalker is a Native American word for people who can see and talk to ghosts. December 15, ISBN: Please Correct Page Counts. The Haunting of Josie. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. Now, literally caught between the living and the dead, Dillon and Jessy have no choice but to forge ahead together. It’s easy to follow along, and nighywalker a decent story heatther it.
Years ago, blood was shed on that very ground, and now it looks as if history is about to repeat itself, with the living and the dead facing off for possession of a fortune, and Dillon and Jessy fighting not only to stay alive but for the chance to build a future.
I much prefer this set up – and it makes the romance that graahm easier to believe as well. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. Expect plenty of that in Nightwalker. Interestingly he was originally from Spain but became an American. Their investigation will take them from the glitz of the Vegas strip into the dealings of casino magnate Emil Landon, the man who signs both their paychecks, and out into the desert to a ghost town called Indigo, where past and present come together in a search for gold.
Would I recommend this to a man in a bear suit? I am a fan of Heather graham, and Nightwalker did not disappoint. If they are looking for ghost stories with a native american twist, this will fill the bill.
And so the book reviews continue in this series. What neither of them realizes is that the nightmare is only just beginning. LibraryThing recommendations and tag cloud.
Nightwalker (Harrison Investigation, book 8) by Heather Graham
Suddenly, Jessy finds herself in the middle of murders, ghosts, and the obligatory sexy private detective, Dillon Wolf. This is my first book by Heather Grahambut I will probably be reading more.
In any genre fiction but regency, historical accuracy is not vital. However, these good things were overshadowed by the lack of development.
There were a lot of names to follow, but it was a great book. Most everything in the story has meaning to both the past and the present.