by Heather Graham
Series: Krewe of Hunters #32
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Sweet dreams aren't made of this...
Ever since she was a child, Stacey Hanson has had strange dreams—and sometimes they come true. Her skills and experience led her straight to the FBI’s Krewe of Hunters. Now a serial killer is stalking Washington, DC, and people are scared. And it will be Stacey’s first case.
Special Agent Keenan Wallace isn’t exactly thrilled to be teamed up with a rookie, but they’re going to have to get past their mutual friction if they want to stop a brutal killer. The victims are all vulnerable women, though the clues lead to suspects from DC’s powerful elite. Stacey can’t escape her nightly visions, but in trying to prevent them from occurring in real life, she might come face-to-face with a nightmare.
A new FBI Agent hunts a serial killer in Washington, DC, in Dreaming Death by Heather Graham. Suspense, romance and an intense case with a touch of paranormal elements await you in the newest Krewe of Hunters.
The story opens with scenes from Special Agent Stacey Hanson’s childhood and gain understanding regarding her chosen career path and special gift. We then flash forward to her first case as Rookie. She’s assigned to a high-profile case because she dreamt about the murder. They partner her with Special Agent Keenan Wallace. He isn’t pleased to have a rookie.
The case is a gory and intriguing one. The media dubbed the killer as the Yankee Ripper. Yep, this has a Jack the Ripper theme twisted into the tale with details regarding the gruesome London murders. Similarities take a modern turn. High-profile suspects, ghostly victims, and Stacey’s dreams advance the case.
We see Krewe members and ghosts from previous cases, and meet new ones. Stacey’s dreams are nightmares and each reveals more. The case is suspenseful, gruesome, and could have been pulled from current headlines Some clues and connection happened a little to conveniently to be believable, but the story was engaging.
The romance while served on the side was sweet. I liked both Wallace and Hanson. Graham makes the attraction and their feelings feel genuine. Both are competent agents, and Stacey was an impressive rookie for such a grisly case.
While this may be the thirty-second novel in the Krewe of Hunters, each works as a standalone and Graham does a wonderful job of providing background information for newcomers.A new FBI Agent hunts a serial killer in Washington, DC, in Dreaming Death by Heather Graham. Suspense, romance and an intense case with a touch of paranormal elements await you. #KreweOfHunters Click To Tweet