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Hunter's Dawn - Laying the Ghosts

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Jack Stephens is a skeptic who lectures in Parapsychology at a community college. In his spare time, he works hard to prove that things going bump in the night can be rationally explained. When Jack meets psychic, Casey Lambeth, he sees just another chance to debunk paranormal phenomena. But there is something about Casey that defies explanation. From their first meeting, ...more
ebook, 163 pages
Published June 1st 2009 by Torquere Press (first published May 13th 2009)
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Hunter’s Dawn: Laying the Ghosts was practically a blind buy for me. After I bought the book, it remained in my TBR files until I read a great review on it by Erotic Horizon, and I knew I had to bump it up. I don’t know if Meg Leigh is a new author, but after reading this book, I’ll be putting her on my automatic buy list.

I’m not going to get too much into the plot, because it’s had some great reviews on it already, and I think I would just be repeating what has already been said. Instead I wan
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Jack Stephens - The doubting son, the steadfast partner and the man who has more issues and chips on his shoulder than any one man should. Determined to get to the bottom of anything spooky – he’s gotten away with it, so far – but he had never met Casey, before now.

Casey Lambeth – The dutiful son, the very old - boy – who has made a life for himself, dispute it being hard going for him. Never having been steered wrong, by his guide – he meets Jack and a woman who is determined to make
I like a good ghost story, especially one which delivers an interesting story along with the thrills and chills. Although I've not read anything by this author before, Hunter's Dawn: Laying the Ghosts turned out to be an interesting story of love, loss and skepticism.

The story that begins this book is a bit of an old one, I suppose. Jack, a professor of paranormal phenomena who spends his time debunking ghostly sightings, is called to the house of an old lady who is experiencing some odd events,
I had a few quibbles but over all this was a good read.
Aidee Ladnier
Excellent ghost hunter story with great characterization and a solid mystery as well as romance. I'm really looking forward to reading the next story in the series!
I liked this one a lot, but why did the ending have to be so HFN???? I want to know more about what happened to them! Abrupt endings kill me...
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When not busy writing, Meg Leigh spends her time tending to the most pampered flock of chickens on Australia’s east coast. She would really like to have dragons, but has settled for chickens because they come pretty close. If you need proof of this, try offering a flock of chickens raw meat! (Meg would like to advise she accepts no liability for loss of fingers!) Meg also enjoys reading, keeping f ...more
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