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All Hallows Eve: A Krewe of Hunters Novella (1001 Dark Nights) Paperback – October 27, 2015
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About the Author
Phil Gigante is an APA Audie Award winner (The Dark Highlander, The Stainless Steel Rat, and The Watch That Ends the Night), and winner of over a dozen Audiofile Magazine Earphones Awards. He has narrated and directed more than 250 books, and was twice named a "Best Voice in Mystery and Suspense" by Audiofile Magazine. He has been named a Best Male Narrator in the categories of Romance, Science Fiction, Militaria, and Mystery/Suspense, as well as "Favorite Dual Narrator" (with Natalie Ross). Phil also works in film, TV and radio, and is the Producer/Director of Gigantic Productions theatre company. He makes his home in the Midwest.
Paul Boehmer is a seasoned actor who has appeared on Broadway, film, and television, including The Thomas Crown Affair and All My Children. Coinciding with another of his passions, sci-fi, Paul has been cast in various roles in many episodes of Star Trek. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Top Customer Reviews
Jenna Duffy and Samuel Hall find themselves back in Salem, investigating a murder that happened in a haunted house attraction. What was thought to be a hanging dummy was, in fact, a very real, very dead person. What goes on after that is a true who-dun-it mystery led by the dead man’s ghost and I was kept on the edge of my seat until the very end.
One of the many things I love about Ms. Graham’s writing is the description she puts into her stories. I can very much feel like I am there, walking alongside of the characters, through graveyards and Salem city streets. She writes with just the right amount of creepy and scary mixed with the perfect amount of suspense. I have yet to be let down by one of her books. Adding to this novella is a dash of romance with the relationship between Jenna and Sam, which really rounded out the entire package. Just perfect!
This is the perfect Halloween tale and one I highly recommend. Thank you, Ms. Graham, for another wonderful addition to The Krewe!
If you are familiar with Heather Graham’s work, this novella has everything you’d expect. It’s a gothic mystery featuring ghosts. The main “character” is actually the town of Salem, Massachusettes. The author describes the setting beautifully and takes you on a haunted tour of a place with a rich, yet creepy, history. The hero and heroine, Jenna and Sam, are your tour guides. You’ll recognize the couple, and several others, from previous Heather Graham books. But again, it’s not their story, it’s the town’s. If you’re looking for a romance or character driven piece, you won’t find it here.
Be wary that All Hallow’s Eve takes a while to get going. About a third of the novella is spent catching you up with Jenna and Sam, taking you through long descriptions of Salem and it’s witch trial history, reuniting with various old friends that had parts in previous books, and listening in on town gossip about Wicca coven rivalries. To be honest, I could have done without a lot of that. But once the story gets going, it’s a frightening mystery that revolves around a rarely written about creature of Gullah legend, the boo-hag. This is a mystery lover’s dream, as there are plenty of red herrings and it will keep you guessing to the end.
I’m giving it four stars because the slow start and hard-to-keep-up-with cast of characters are saved by the eloquent setting description and intriguing integration of cultural myth with the real history of a town known for ghosts and witchcraft.
It really it enjoyed this Krewe novella....and I think you will to.
Salem was a place near and dear to Jenna Duffy and Samuel Hall -- it was where they'd met on a strange and sinister case.
They never dreamed that they'd be called back. That history could repeat itself in a most macabre and terrifying fashion.
But, then again, it was Salem at Halloween. Seasoned Krewe members, they still find themselves facing the unspeakable horrors in a desperate race to save each other-and perhaps even their very souls. (Amazon blurb)
I've known Heather Graham for her historical romance genre which are always full of drama, action and the added sizzle of romance. Considering my love for the historical genre, those were key aspects that instantly drew me to many of her novels, and to her pseudo/alias name. However, such as fashion constantly changes with the years and the seasons, so has my tastes in genre. The 1001 Dark Nights series, as I've previously mentioned in other reviews from this series, is a hands down amazing that combines numerous authors writing novellas from their own library. Having the opportunity to read a paranormal from this author was simply the perfect novel to add to any library for the Halloween season or for the paranormal fan. The Salem witches have always been a subject in history highly debated: did they exist? If so, how many were actually burned at the stake? The questions are endless and the hypotheses' are just as numerous in regards to how they manage to protect their identities, but Heather Graham brought to life what history books couldn't: relability, magic, and the touch romance every reader of this genre has been looking forward since the beginning of the novel.
**Received a copy in exchange for an honest review. Read and reviewed by Kathleen for Alpha Book Club**
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As always find Heather Graham has delivered a well written and exciting book. The Krewe of Hunter novels are always great. I have not been disappointed by this series at all. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Beach Baby
It was a great book. Heather Graham never fails at writing a great story.Published 2 months ago by diane
I am such a fan of Heather Graham. Her books are the type that you can't put down. This one is no exception. Loved it!Published 2 months ago by Carole Flener
krewe of hunters is a very good read. can't wait for the next one keep them coming, heather graham. love your writing!!Published 2 months ago by linda