Review of Ghost Walk by Heather Graham

I have loved Heather Graham since I read “One Wore Blue” – and to find her writing paranormal mysteries was a treat. Ghost Walk is an enjoyable trek through New Orleans with some pretty interesting characters and a plot that’s more than a little twisty. It’s a good book – nice for a cold day spent in bed with a few munchies and hot cocoa – great for whiling away a few hours when you can’t sleep. I enjoyed it as a light read with an interesting plot and good characters. It was not what I was expecting from Ms. Graham, but then again, I’d read her historical fiction and that’s a whole other animal.

I really liked Andy (too bad she died – I’m not giving away anything that isn’t in the book description page on Amazon) and felt bad when she turned up all ghosty – but the rest of the crew that Nikki works with is also decent if a bit disfunctional. I really liked Brent Blackhawk and thought he added very nicely to the plot and development of Nikki’s character – I’m not sure the book would have been as successful if he wasn’t in it.

If you’re looking for a fun paranormal mystery that’s going to keep you entertained, read this book. If you’re looking for a life changing book to make you love paranormal mysteries, perhaps there’s something better out there for you. This book is fun, entertaining and well put together and should Nikki and the gang make a reappearance in another book, I will read that one.

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