The Night Is Watching : Krewe of Hunters

  • by Heather Graham
  • Narrated by Luke Daniels
  • Series: Krewe of Hunters
  • 9 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Old West town of Lily, Arizona, is home to the Gilded Lily, a former theater…and bawdy house. These days, it offers theatrical productions geared to tourists, but the recent discovery of a skull, a real skull, among the props and costumes shakes everyone up. So, who do you call? The Krewe of Hunters, a special FBI unit of paranormal investigators. In this case, it’s agent Jane Everett. Jane’s also a talented artist who creates images of the dead as they once were. But the Krewe always works with local law enforcement, and here that means Sloan Trent, former Houston cop and now sheriff. His great-great-grandmother was an actress at the Gilded Lily…and she’s not resting in peace. Then more remains appear in the nearby desert. As they search for answers, using all the skills at their disposal, Jane and Sloan find themselves falling into danger — and into love.


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The narrator hurt this book for me more than usual. He was very good on the male voices and some of the female voices. But he portrayed the majority of the females as hysterical non stop talkers - when there were times they should have least been portrayed as indignant or cunning.
The story line was good - what I've come to expect from Graham and I'll continue with her books. I enjoyed the book and listened as often as I could to get to the end. The ending could have been a little more solid but I don't hold that against the storyline.

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- Mary S. Murray

Good book but...

This is my third Krewe of Hunters audio book (I have the entire series as e-books, however) and the third with Luke Daniels as the narrator. As usual, the book is great; Heather Graham really knows how to tell a story and I've come to enjoy Mr. Daniels' narration but not so much this time around. When he did the voices for the main characters, Sloane and Jane, he spoke so quietly, I had to strain to hear. The voices he did for some of the female characters (and the theatre owner) were so whiny or over the top that I caught myself rolling my eyes a few times. As I said, I own the whole series but this was one book I hadn't read yet so my enjoyment was a bit diminished by his narration. I was disappointed by that since he's been so good with the others. Hopefully this was a fluke since he does the narration for a lot of the other Krewe books. Still, it was a good story with a nice twist at the end.
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- Amazon Customer "Hopelessly devoted bookworm"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-28-2013
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio