A secret government unit, a group of renegade paranormal investigators… and a murder no one else can crack.
Though haunted by the recent deaths of two teammates, Jackson Crow knows that the living commit the most heinous crimes.
A police officer utilizing her paranormal intuition, Angela Hawkins already has her hands full of mystery and bloodshed.
But one assignment calls to them too strongly to resist. In a historic mansion in New Orleans’s French Quarter, a senator’s wife falls to her death. Most think she jumped; some say she was pushed. And yet others believe she was beckoned by the ghostly spirits inhabiting the house — once the site of a serial killer’s grisly work.
In this seemingly unsolvable case, only one thing is certain: whether supernatural or all too human, crimes of passion will cast Jackson and Angela into danger of losing their lives… and their immortal souls.
Phantom Evil by Heather Graham is the first of an amazing series. I read the books from this series out of order, yet I was still able to connect with the Krewe Hunter members and their stories. I love the way Heather Graham combines suspense, romance, humor, and mystery all in one incredible book. How does she do it? How does this talented writer continue to do so after 30 plus books in this series? I have no idea. Magic, I would say.
There is plenty of action. Never a dull moment in Phantom Evil. The characters are well-crafted. I understood their back history and how/why they got to be at the current crime investigation. Each member has a talent in helping solve a serial killing case. Some bodies were never found until the team comes in…and that is where characters like Angela and Jackson make their journey.
Deadly, full of risks, and entertaining from the start-I was hooked! Phantom Evil sent me to a a historic place within a place of ghosts and murder. Mayhem followed the protagonists everywhere! I couldn’t guess who the real suspect was until Heather Graham finally released the last clues and or name of the suspect. For crime and thriller readers, I highly recommend this novel.