The Seekers

The Seekers

THE TRUTH IS SCARIER THAN FICTIONKerri Wolf has joined the crew of The Seekers, a show that searches for paranormal phenomena, as they explore a supposedly haunted old inn on the road between Philadelphia and Harrisburg. The place is famous for its warm welcome—and infamous for being the site of an ax murder rampage in the 1920s. They’ve barely begun when a very real dead...

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The Seekers Reviews

  • Melissa

    I was invited to veiw this title through netgalley. I really loved this thrilling book by Heather Graham she is becoming one of my favorite authors.

    I loved the characters and the plots, it really is a page turner for sure. read it one siting. what I like about it about paranormal Heather a fantastic writer. can not wait to read more..

  • ☕️Kimberly

    Another suspenseful murder mystery. Full RTC.

  • Linda Strong

    Although I have read many books by this author, I have not read this particular series. I should have started from the beginning, as I always recommend to readers, but the opportunity arose from Netgalley. That being said, this one reads easily as a stand alone.

    The Seekers is a show that searches for paranormal phenomena. Keri Wolf has recently joined the crew as she has the gift of being able to see and talk to the dead.

    While researching and exploring a supposedly haunted inn well known for bei

    Although I have read many books by this author, I have not read this particular series. I should have started from the beginning, as I always recommend to readers, but the opportunity arose from Netgalley. That being said, this one reads easily as a stand alone.

    The Seekers is a show that searches for paranormal phenomena. Keri Wolf has recently joined the crew as she has the gift of being able to see and talk to the dead.

    While researching and exploring a supposedly haunted inn well known for being the site of an ax murder in the early 1900s, the crew discover a very recent dead body in the basement.

    Former Detective Joe Dunhill shares the same gift as Keri. He is a new member of the FBI's Krewe of Hunters, a member of the team investigating this newest murder victim.

    Is history repeating itself? Who is the apparition they both can see?

    For my first stroll through Heather Graham's world of paranormal, I found myself quite riveted to the story ... and the characters. I'm definitely going to take my own suggestion and go back and start at the beginning.

    Many thanks to the author / Harlequin-Mira / Netgalley for the advanced digital copy of this mystery / suspense. Read and reviewed voluntarily, opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own.

  • Sabrina

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    It's been a few years since I read a Heather Graham book, and I don't honestly know why I got out of reading her since she's one of my favorite paranoamal authors. But I'm really happy that' I'm getting back into this series and discovering all of the ghostly fun again. And I had no problem jumping back into this series with such a late book, so I'd say it can definitely be read as a standalone.

    The story did start off a little slow as all of the characters were in

    *

    It's been a few years since I read a Heather Graham book, and I don't honestly know why I got out of reading her since she's one of my favorite paranoamal authors. But I'm really happy that' I'm getting back into this series and discovering all of the ghostly fun again. And I had no problem jumping back into this series with such a late book, so I'd say it can definitely be read as a standalone.

    The story did start off a little slow as all of the characters were introduced, but once we started to really get into the mystery there was tons of intrigue and I was captivated. I loved how the history of the Inn was weaved into the story so well and was made to be really interesting. Sometimes so much history in a book can make me feel like I'm reading a textbook since it's so stiff, but that wasn't the case at all and this author had me dying to find out more.

    Overall, I'm certainly going to be going back and reading the books I missed from this series. Ms. Graham never fails to have me enthralled by her stories and it's like reading a true crime novel but with ghosts and just a little hint of romance involved. I can't wait to see what else she'll have in store for the Krewe of Hunters.

  • The Romance Book Disciple (Samantha)

    Really interesting murder mystery. The romance is a side plot which was perfect for this story! This was my first Krewe book, but I will certainly seek out others!

  • BookGypsy

    A paranormal mystery. This is book #28 in the series but I felt it was a stand alone. I haven't read the other books in this series. I found this engaging and I enjoyed it. I'm looking forward to reading the other books in this series.

    Dawnny=BookGypsy

  • Shalini

    It has been ages since I read a Kewl of Hunters book by Heather Graham, and I was overjoyed when I got the opportunity to read this.

    A kidnapping followed by a murder of the FBI agent and a ghost in white got the Kewl of Hunters, a branch of FBI dealing with the paranormal, to investigate. There was already the TV crew of ghost hunters in the haunted inn, of which historian novelist Keri was a part of. Agent Joe Dunhill along with boss Dallas met them at the inn where the dead body was posed admi

    It has been ages since I read a Kewl of Hunters book by Heather Graham, and I was overjoyed when I got the opportunity to read this.

    A kidnapping followed by a murder of the FBI agent and a ghost in white got the Kewl of Hunters, a branch of FBI dealing with the paranormal, to investigate. There was already the TV crew of ghost hunters in the haunted inn, of which historian novelist Keri was a part of. Agent Joe Dunhill along with boss Dallas met them at the inn where the dead body was posed admixt a lot of blood. A satanic cult from the 1920 was suspected, and the investigation rolled on.

    Having read books in this series many years ago, this was book 28, it was still extremely easy to follow the proceedings. The author Heather Graham has given the cast of characters list at the beginning of the book. Both Joe and Keri could see the ghost which had a message from the grave. It was upto Keri to search the annals of books in the museum for the past and Joe to find the clues of the murder to get to the truth.

    The story started slow, then soon picked up speed when the author brought the scary bits of history into the present. I was quite eager to know the story of the Ghosts. Joe was a cool dude, I wouldn't mind having a guy like him in my life. I wished Keri was braver. The plot had its great end reveal which quite shocked me. Didn't expect that person to be the leader. And the Ghosts were laid to rest.

    It worked as a standalone and kept me quite hooked to the entire story. Heather Graham is a great storyteller who knows how to combine romance with suspense and supernatural. Overall, a fun afternoon.

  • Rissa

    The seekers

    A paranormal mystry that follows ghosts from the past, more recent deaths and a crew of people all trying to get it on camera while an investigation takes place.

    The best way to describe this is on the show Supernatural there is a show within it called Ghostfacers. They hunt ghosts but dont really know what to do. These people know what to do but are sort of getting in the way of the investigation but also bringing forth important information that they wouldnt have been able to find w

    The seekers

    A paranormal mystry that follows ghosts from the past, more recent deaths and a crew of people all trying to get it on camera while an investigation takes place.

    The best way to describe this is on the show Supernatural there is a show within it called Ghostfacers. They hunt ghosts but dont really know what to do. These people know what to do but are sort of getting in the way of the investigation but also bringing forth important information that they wouldnt have been able to find without their paranormal expertise.

    This will be released on July 23 by MIRA. All opinions are my own.

  • Lark of The Bookwyrm's Hoard

    kept me turning the pages—and constantly rethinking whom I suspected in the grisly murder of an FBI agent. As usual in a Krewe of Hunters novel, the present-day mystery is tied to events in the past, the hero and heroine can both see ghosts, and their attraction is nearly instantaneous… but this time, said attraction was offset by their initial irritation with each other. Both Keri and Joe are eminently likable, and despite their mutual prickliness, I had no question where

    kept me turning the pages—and constantly rethinking whom I suspected in the grisly murder of an FBI agent. As usual in a Krewe of Hunters novel, the present-day mystery is tied to events in the past, the hero and heroine can both see ghosts, and their attraction is nearly instantaneous… but this time, said attraction was offset by their initial irritation with each other. Both Keri and Joe are eminently likable, and despite their mutual prickliness, I had no question where things were headed; it was more a matter of

    than

    . I particularly liked Joe’s respectful, even courteous protectiveness. It isn’t machismo or alpha-male posturing; he treats Keri like an intelligent partner whose strengths and training lie elsewhere.

    Sometimes the books in this series are a little too graphic or creepy for me, and this one came close a few times, particularly in the descriptions of what had been done to Agent Castro, and to the inn’s guests in the past. (shudder)

    I also had a few reservations when it came to believability. As good a cop as Joe Dunhill is, he hasn’t been through the FBI academy yet, so he’s not an official member of the Krewe; nor is he still on the Savannah police force. (He was a secondary character in

    .) The police and FBI can both be sticklers about turf, jurisdiction, and civilian involvement. The Krewe are a bit more laid back, but local cops and other FBI units might not be be. So I was surprised that Joe wasn’t challenged more often for acting as a full member of the investigation. There were also some logical leaps and assumptions that I’m not sure real agents would make, particularly in drawing parallels between the past and present. (That, too, is typical of this series; I’ve learned to live with it.)

    Nonetheless, I enjoyed the suspenseful ride and the just-creepy-enough atmosphere, plowing through The Seekers at top speed to find out “what happens next.” And by the scenes just before the denouement, I had pegged almost all the characters’ guilt or innocence correctly, which is always gratifying. I like books that can keep me guessing, but I also like being able to figure out at least some of the mystery myself.

    delivered on both counts.

  • Melissa

    For me this was just okay. There is an episode at the beginning of the book where a characters sees a ghost and then it felt like most of the book was just rehashing that original incident. I never felt a strong connection to any of the characters (though that may be because this is book 28 in the series and the first I've read so I don't know the history of these characters). Overall, I wanted more tension and more actual plot.

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