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Bestselling author Graham takes listeners to a historic mansion in New Orleans''s French Quarter, where a secret government unit investigates the mysterious, possibly paranormal death of a senator''s wife.
Heather Graham attended the University of South Florida at Tampa and traveled around the world as a theater major. After graduation, she continued acting in the theater while modeling, waitressing, and bartending to pay the bills. A mother of three children at the time, Graham decided to try her hand at writing, a longtime desire she finally had time to pursue. Two more children and many more bestsellers later, Graham has established herself as one of the most prolific and popular romance writers in America, focusing on a wide variety of themes, including historical, time travel, suspense, and horror.
"Graham expertly blends a chilling history...with eerie phenomena, once again demonstrating why she stands at the top of the romantic suspense category." (starred review)
From the Publisher
Heading a group of paranormal investigators for the government, Jackson Crow--part English, part Cheyenne--uses his link to the realm of spirits to help solve the mysterious death of a senator's wife with the help of Angela Hawkins, a police officer with paranormal intuition. Simultaneous.
In the French Quarter of New Orleans, a politician's wife plunges to her death from the balcony of a mansion. While the incident is ruled a suicide, her husband believes that the spirits who have haunted the building ever since a serial killer inhabited it years before are somehow involved. Heading the investigative team is the cynical and troubled Jackson Crow, who knows from his own experiences that the living commit more crimes than those in the spirit world. A cross-genre novel with elements of mystery, romance, and paranormal thriller, PHANTOM EVIL is the first in a new series featuring Crow and his crew of talented crime fighters.
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