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Phantom Evil by Heather Graham

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New Orleans. Ghosts. Murder. Romance. Historic Mansion in the French Quarter. Heather Graham uses all of these elements in her book Phantom Evil. Jackson Crowe heads a secret government unit which deals with the paranormal. The members in this unit all have psychic talents and are called in to investigate the death of a Senator's wife. Senator Holloway does not believe that his wife committed suicide. He thinks that his wife was killed by the ghosts in this haunted mansion once inhabited by a serial killer. Suicide, ghosts, or someone or something more sinister?

Perfect for a summer night when you can stay up late, read the whole book, and sleep in the next morning. I have the next book in the series on hold; I'll just have to wait for the right night to read it.

Submitted by Connie @ Central


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