Review: The Unknown

The Unknown (Krewe of Hunters #35)


Someone wants to watch the city burn…

Sienna Murray was only fourteen when she pulled her neighbors out of a raging house fire. A decade later, she still can’t explain what happened that night, how she knew to save them at just the right moment—or why she receives the same mysterious warning when it happens again…

New member of the Krewe of Hunters elite paranormal team FBI agent Ryder Stapleton doesn’t believe in coincidences. So when the suspicious fire he’s called to investigate reveals a cryptic link to Sienna, he can’t help but think the unassuming museum curator has something to hide. But he soon discovers they have more in common than he ever thought—and a growing attraction neither can deny.

If they’re going to have a future, Sienna and Ryder need to catch a serial arsonist roaming the shadowy streets of New Orleans…before the city burns down around them. 

Rating: 5-stars


The Unknown by Heather Graham is another fantastic paranormal mystery read. I enjoyed the unknown of what was happening and by whom. The suspect or number of suspects was also unknown. The characters, a Krewe of Hunter member sent to investigate the strange case, and the woman who is lead into another dangerous situation yet saves another family once more. Then, there is the woman’s dead grandmother who pops up at weird times and is a firecracker. Someone is setting homes on fires. Homes that have the perfect average family that have not done anything wrong. Both times the families are saved by the woman. However, two bodies have been found burnt to a crisp. The banters are fun and engaging. The plot is filled with suspense, intrigue, and hope. The novel has a police procedure format but with more intensity. It is both a romantic suspense and paranormal mystery. The combinations make it a perfect read. Heather Graham writes well enough that I was hooked after reading the first few pages!

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