Reclusive collector Cutter Merlin is seldom seen in Key West - lately, not at all. Officer Liam Beckett visits Merlin’s curious house and discovers the gentleman in his study. In his death grip: a volume of occult lore and a reliquary. His eyes are wide with fright, his mouth a horrified rictus where spiders now dwell.
Kelsey Donovan returns to the old house to catalog her estranged grandfather’s collection of artifacts and antiquities, vowing to see his treasures divested properly. But she cannot ignore the sense that she’s being watched, the reports of malevolent black figures, the pervasive smell of death.
Is the Merlin house haunted, even cursed? Liam knows well that some ghost stories are true and he swears to protect Kelsey. But there are forces at work for whom one more life is a pittance to pay for their deepest desire.…
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Not a good read, it repeated itself and just got boring - couldn't wait till it ended.
read other reviews after I listened to this so no I don't think so not good reviews at all.
yes she read the book well.
- Lynne Lewis
Not her best work
This series started strongly with a ghost only one person could see. By the end no one was paying much attention to the ghost and he'd become a bit of an afterthought. I thought Heather should have dug deeper and done more with it.
I am going to a non-fiction next.
I thought the narration was OK, but her character voices for all the male characters became a bit same old same old.
I think I'd have gotten rid of a lot of the 'how fantastic this place is' stuff as she talks a lot about the streets and history and by book three we know it all.
Not her best work. If I hadn't bought all three in a 3 for 1 sale I would have stopped after book 2.