1898: Bound for Chicago, the freighter Jerry McGuen goes down in Lake Michigan, taking with it every man aboard. But what other fate could befall a vessel carrying the ill-gotten sarcophagus of an Egyptian sorcerer?Now: A veteran diver and ghost ship expert is exploring the legendary wreck for a documentary. He dies inexplicably inside the freighters main saloon. Then another diver is killed and panicked rumors rise like bubbles from the lake: ancient demons have awakened below!The expeditions beleaguered financier calls paranormal investigator Katya Sokolov to Chicago to save the film and perhaps some innocent lives. Along with media forensics guru Will Chan, Kat plumbs the depths of an evil that may date back to the time of the Pharaohs. But some secrets are best drowned in the seas of the past......
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The Unspoken (Krewe of Hunters #7) Reviews
If you've read my previous reviews for some of the books in this series, you'll know that I've been rather disappointed overall by the KoH series. Most of them seemed to more fizzle than anything else, but I'm glad to say that this book is a marked improvement over the last few books in this series. It's not an overwhelmingly great "Graham's back" type of book, but it's enough to where I can definitely recommend it to Graham fans.
I really believe that part of what makes the book work is that our ...more
This is a quite typical book from Heather Graham. Nice but not really innovative.
A professional diver dies in the Lake Michigan during the exploration of a ship carrying valuable artefacts from ancient Egypt. Katya Sokolov and Will Chan are send to investigate the case. They quickly discover that the situation is more serious than it looks and it involves the precious sarcophagus of an Egyptian sorcerer.
The whole story is quite interesting but if you read some other books from Heather Graham, yo ...more
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I must admit I've been enjoying this series. It's a bit of "mind candy" in the way the cozies are but still... In this one, Kat, the pathologist on the Texas Krewe is sent to Chicago to investigate strange happenings in reference to a wrecked ship finally located after over a hundred deep in the cold waters of Lake Michigan. There, she has to work with Will, the magician of the New Orleans Krewe. Of course, they don't get along at first and also of course, they eventually fall madly in love with ...more
Non-stop intrigue. This is really a good one. I love the characters and the plot. There are so many possibilities for the bad guy that it's very difficult to guess. The investigation path is logical and realistic, well except for the woo-woo stuff that just makes it more interesting. I highly recommend this series and this book in particular.
this was a fast moving story. heather graham takes you right into the mystery and it draws you into the past and the mystery of spirits. i like the way she takes superstition and weaves it in such a way that the killer uses peoples fear. just enough romance so it doesn't take away the story. i love Any thing Egypt and its past. so much of the past has mystery
The Unspoken by Heather Graham is a clever tie-in to the most recent title in the Krewe of Hunters series, The Unholy. Medical Examiner and paranormal investigator Kat Sokolov was involved in the investigation, featuring the possible reanimation of the mummy of Amun Mopat. Amun Mopat was supposedly an evil and powerful sorcerer during the reign of Ramses II. A ship carrying the contents of the tomb of Amun Mopat sank in Lake Michigan in 1898 and has never been found. A group of Egyptologists bas ...more
My second Krewe of Hunters book after The Unholy, I think The Unspoken is a bit better than its predecessor but not better enough for me to say I like this one way more. The supernatural aspect's better incorporated into the story at least, there are a couple of parts that are fairly creepy, but the story as a whole is really formulaic. I know Heather Graham probably intended for this book to be reminiscent of The Unholy, but for me too much of this sequel just comes off as a rehash of the last ...more