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Contemporary
  • Author:
    Heather Graham
  • ISBN:
    0786270861
  • ISBN13:
    978-0786270866
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  • Publisher:
    Thorndike Press (December 9, 2004)
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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  • Rating:
    4.2
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And she wants us to call the police? Our only child will wind up on the front page of the papers, and if they don’t catch this psycho murdering women, he’ll come after her! No, Ellen.

And she wants us to call the police? Our only child will wind up on the front page of the papers, and if they don’t catch this psycho murdering women, he’ll come after her! No, Ellen.

Heather Graham Pozzessere (born March 15, 1953) is a best-selling American writer, who writes primarily romance novels. She also writes under her maiden name Heather Graham as well as the pen name Shannon Drake

Heather Graham Pozzessere (born March 15, 1953) is a best-selling American writer, who writes primarily romance novels. She also writes under her maiden name Heather Graham as well as the pen name Shannon Drake.

The book is written in a past and current mode. Heather Graham had frequent interludes bringing the reader to centuries old historical events while continuing with the current drama unfolding at the castle. Obviously Heather Graham brings in her paranormal theme to this plot along with historical flair. The grand entrance she had Laird MacNiall made is nothing less than dramatic.

Heather Graham’s career skyrocketed through the years and now enjoys the laud and praises from writing organizations in the United States.

Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Heather Graham’s career skyrocketed through the years and now enjoys the laud and praises from writing organizations in the United States. Aside from her success in writing romance, vampire, mystery and even time travel books, she also became the launch author of companies such as Silhouette’s shadow line, Dell’s Ecstasy Supreme line and Mira books.

HarperCollins UK, 1 февр. Not a bad book, for the light night read. Nothing too demanding to think on here. New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Heather Graham has written more than a hundred novels. She's a winner of the RWA's Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Thriller Writers' Silver Bullet. She is an active member of International Thriller Writers and Mystery Writers of America. com, and HeatherGraham.

Revisit the misty hills of Scotland, where there might be ghosts and there’s certainly a killer, in this thrilling tale.

The Presence - Heather Graham. I have read some of the authors other books before and I have to say they were a lot better than this one. Close Dialog.

Toni Fraser and her friends have come to Scotland to rent a run-down castle and turn it into a tourist attraction by putting on medieval performances that combine fact and fiction.

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Toni Fraser and her friends buy an ancient run-down Scottish castle with plans to turn it into a tourist destination. They want to create a reenactment that combines fact and fiction, complete with local history, murder and an imaginary laird named Bruce MacNiall. But when the actual owner - a tall, dark and formidable Scot who shares the fiction laird's name - comes charging in, the similarity between this actual being and the fictitious character created for the performance is shocking. Soon the group is drawn into a real-life murder mystery, and Toni begins to have sinister lifelike dreams in which she sees through the eyes of the killer - dreams that suggest a connection to Laird MacNiall. Bruce claims he wants to help catch the murderer. But can Toni trust him . . . especially when his ghostly double wanders the forest in the black of night?


Precious
The primary reason for the one star is due to (what I believe is) a publishing error. While that is not the author's fault, it greatly affects the readability of the book - so unless you *know* your copy of the book won't have these same issues, then you may want to avoid.

My copy of this book (purchased as a paperback through Amazon) had italics EVERYWHERE. Sometimes it went on for pages at a time.

Typically, an author will use italics for foreign words, an inner monologue, or perhaps for emphasis. Since these were English words, my first instance was "inner monologue." However, the italics would begin in the middle of a sentence, and continue on through conversations between characters and over several pages. After I realized that it was a printing error as opposed to a deliberate effort (at least I hope), it took me out of the book every time the italics started. While I was able to finish the book, it greatly diminished any enjoyment I had reading it.

I had an additional issue with this book, due to plot similarities to another Heather Graham book I read about 15+ years ago (can't remember the title, but something like reincarnated lovers from the revolutionary or civil war where he is hanged while she is shot in the back?) - I hated that book and put me off of this author until about a year ago. If I didn't have the italics issue mentioned above, I might not have allowed this issue to color the rest of my opinion.

This book is probably okay, but I couldn't get past the italics - similar to someone leaving their turn signal on for miles on the highway.
Zovaithug
I've read just about all of Heather Graham's books, and I've loved them all. 'The Presence' is a good book, but, for me, it didn't grab me by the throat like some of her other books did.

I absolutely love the 'Krewe of Hunters' series; I hope she continues to add more and more books to that collection. One the the best things about them is that even after a book is finished, she brings some of the characters forward to appear in another book. I really like that continuity.
Talvinl
Story line was good, had some typos and disconnected stories of lesser characters, why did the horse get sick, what was up with Gina and Ryan, what's the story on the creepy grounds keeper. Things like that were left hanging and incomplete. Otherwise a good read.
Fordg
Only a four because there are numerous editing errors. A machine must have done the formatting. Many words that are really one word were broken into two words. It was distracting. The story was so good and so well done I kept plowing forward and I'm very glad I read it! Please fire your formatter and get a better one because I want to read more of your amazing stories!
Fani
Book is really good. I'm reading the series of Harrison Investigation - I didn't know this existed until last week. I'm a big fan of Heather Graham's Kewes series. This is the "before" series.
Eta
The story was really picturesque and involving. I recommend this author to anyone who would like to escape into another world. Very intriguing twists and turns leaving the reader pondering who done it! It is full of imprinted words but easy to figure out.
Cogelv
Read it in one day! Could not put it down! An amazing follow up to the first book! I missed Adam in this book!
I enjoyed the characters, but I knew the perpetrator early on. But the worst part was the way it came through on the kindle. No chapter breaks, no indication when different people were talking or the scene changed. Very confusing to read which made reading a chore rather than a pleasure????