Review: Deadly Touch

Deadly Touch (Krewe of Hunters #31)


She knows where to find the body…

When Raina Hamish tries on a dress in a Miami boutique, she has a terrifyingly accurate vision of a murdered corpse in the murky shadows of the Everglades. She wants to help, but who would believe her when she can hardly believe herself?

Special Agent Axel Tiger has returned to Florida to help hunt a serial killer, but the investigation doesn’t have much to go on. Raina’s vision is their best chance to uncover more. Axel’s experience with the FBI’s elite paranormal team will nurture Raina’s abilities, and she may be able to help save a life—but it puts her directly in the crosshairs of a killer who is closer than they would ever suspect. 

Rating: 5-stars


Deadly Touch by Heather Graham is the 31st novel in the most amazing paranormal romantic suspense series ever! The series known as The Krewe Hunters is an elite team of specially talented people. Each one is chosen for their special abilities. Every one of these team members have added an extra special something to each novel. Just like this one…a young woman is with her group friends when she tries on a dress. The moment she does, she is hit with the most unusual ability. She was able to tap into a dead woman’s recounts of being murder. These insights are crucial for the current ongoing FBI case. It so happens that one of the Krewe members is in the same place at the right time. From the moment they meet, the agent will do everything to keep her safe. But they more they spend time together, they more they can’t hide their attraction. However, they need to solve the case and catch the serial killer before it’s too late. I loved the suspense. Heather Graham never disappoints. I am hooked from the first chapter. When I finished reading this book, I am excited and hoping there is another. I proudly have every book in this series on my bookshelf. One can read them out of order and follow along fine. I read them out of order and it was fine for me. Action-packed, filled with humor, and enough mystery to keep me lured, Deadly Touch is a must read for all. I loved it!

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