The Night Is Forever : Krewe of Hunters

  • by Heather Graham
  • Narrated by Luke Daniels
  • Series: Krewe of Hunters
  • 9 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A Ghost Rider in the Sky? What happened here, on a historic horse ranch outside Nashville, during the Civil War? And what's happening now?
Olivia Gordon works at the Horse Farm, a facility that assists patients with mental and physical recovery; her specialty is animal therapy. She's always loved her job, always felt safe…until now. People are dying, starting with the facility's founder, whose body is discovered in a ravine on the property - site of a massacre in 1862. And before every death, Liv sees a horse and rider, wearing a soldier's garb, in the night sky. Warning? Omen? Or clue?
Liv calls in her cousin Malachi and his Krewe, an FBI unit of paranormal investigators, to discover the truth. New Krewe member Dustin Blake knows they need Liv's involvement in the case, yet he's worried about her safety. Because he and Liv quickly become more than colleagues…and he doesn't want to lose her to the endless night.


What the Critics Say

"Narrator Luke Daniels has many characters to field in this addition to the Krewe Hunters series. His resonant voice is perfect for Olivia's romantic interest, Dustin Blake, a new recruit in the FBI's unit of investigators with paranormal powers. Daniels's delivery of narrative is smooth, and his character portrayals and transitions are flawless. Listeners will enjoy this addition to the series." (AudioFile)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful


I have listened to many of Ms. Graham's books now and though they are generally entertaining I feel they are very predictable. It's like there is a template being used and she just fills in new names and events. It's time to shake it up a little & throw your readers off!

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- Pamela

Not this author's best work, but decent

The story was good, if a bit too similar to her previous books in this series. I'm not overly fond of this trend in paranormal series in which it seems like the same outline is used repeatedly, with little more than a change of names and locales. if the Krew picks up a new recruit with every single case, with nothing more to recommend them than the ability to communicate with the dead, the FBI is going to be overrun with unqualified agents.

My biggest complaint with this book, however, was the narrator. I'm sure he's a good voice actor, but I found the accents and especially the women's voices jarring and annoying. It's hard to stay immersed in a story when you're disliking the characters because of their irritating voice, or jarred by an incredibly fake voice.
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- Singing Wolf

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-24-2013
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio