Review: The Silenced by Heather Graham

The Silenced by Heather Graham

Synopsis: Where is Lara Mayhew?

Lara, a congressman’s media assistant, suddenly quits her job—and disappears on the way to her Washington, DC, apartment.

Novice FBI agent Meg Murray, a childhood friend of Lara’s, gets a message from her that same night, a message that says she’s disillusioned and “going home.” To Richmond, Virginia. Meg discovers that she never got there. And bodies fitting Lara’s description are showing up in nearby rivers… Could she be the victim of a serial killer?

Meg is assigned to work with special agent Matt Bosworth, a hard-nosed pro in the FBI’s unit of paranormal investigators—the Krewe of Hunters. They trace the route Meg and Lara took more than once in the past, visiting battlefields and graveyards from Harpers Ferry to Gettysburg. Places where the dead share their secrets with those who can hear… As Meg and Matt pursue the possibility of a serial killer, they find themselves in the middle of a political conspiracy. Is there a connection? And who—besides each other—can they trust?

Rating: 4.5-stars

Review:

The Silenced by Heather Graham is another great adventure from the Krewe Series. A serial killer is targeting pretty women and enjoys making them suffer. The longer he makes them suffer, the more high he becomes. It is up to the Krewe from the FBI to solve this case before more women die. Meg is a newly appointed FBI agent. She is best friends with a woman who became a target of the new serial killer. It’s a rush in time to find her friend and stop the killer. Only things are more complicated than normal. I liked all the characters. They felt real. The bad guys were believable and the good guys were lovable. I enjoyed the ending as much as I did the rest of this book. Heather Graham has once again lured me deeper into her dark suspense series. Once, I was in, there I stayed. I hope Heather Graham continues this Krewe Hunter Series!

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