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Review: Whispers at Dusk by Heather Graham

A new trilogy spin-off from the Krewe Hunter series pulls me right in. A fan of this FBI psychic division, I'm eager to learn about the special group within the Krewe Hunters - The Blackbird. It does not disappoint. This book can be read as a standalone from the main series.


I have to admit when I see that this is taking place in Norway, where I'm planning on vacation before this review comes out, I am even more interested. Normally, the FBI stays within the States. This division goes international when a serial killer comes across as a . . . vampire draining the blood of its victims.


In this wild ride across the pond, Della and Mason race to find the killer before they strike again. Della is able to connect the tiniest dots to a bigger picture for the local police. This is a pretty messed up killing group. The more we learn, the worse it gets. I like the mind of Ms. Graham as she spins this speculative suspense into a riveting tale. I read this all in one sitting and cannot wait for the next book in the series.


For the romance part of this story, I could take it or leave it. Della and Mason are new partners and the chemistry was not quite there for me. They seem to be in the forming stage of their partner relationship. As with all Krewe hunters, their psychic abilities bring them together. This paranormal suspense is recommended to romance readers who like "what if vampires really exist" themes.

*provided by NetGalley


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