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Fade to Black

(Krewe of Hunters #24)

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Where dreams go to die...

Starring in a cult TV show was a blessing for Marnie Davante, especially now that her former fame could support her future dream of starting a children’s theater. So she’ll work the convention circuit. But then a costar is brazenly murdered in front of her. With a killer who vanishes into thin air with seemingly inhuman skill, and strange even
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Kindle Edition, 384 pages
Published May 29th 2018 by MIRA
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Caz
I've given this a B for narration and a D+ for content at AudioGals, which ends up around 3 stars.

While Fade to Black is billed as (wait for it!) twenty-fourth in Heather Graham’s Krewe of Hunters series, there is (fortunately) no need to have read or listened to any of the others, as the novel is basically a standalone. I’ve been on a bit of a romantic suspense kick lately and the synopsis – a story of murder involving cast members of a cult TV show – sounded interesting, so I requested a r
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Sarah
Jan 16, 2019 rated it really liked it
If you are a fan of super heroes, comic books and those general fandoms, as well as ghosts and other things paranormal, then this may be the Krewe of Hunters book that you need to check out.

This is the first book in a new miniseries within the Krewe of Hunters series. It’s going to feature three brothers who are also private investigators. From this first book, neither of the main characters are currently members of the Krewe, but Bryan is getting assistance from them.

The novel opens up at a com
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Lesa
This time, I have in my possession all three books in Heather Graham's latest Krewe of Hunters trilogy. This series features three brothers, Bryan, Bruce, and Brodie McFadden, and the women they grow to love in the course of a paranormal crime investigation.Fade to Black, the first in the series, features the oldest brother, Bryan McFadden.

Fade to Black opens in dramatic style. The cast of a popular older show, now in syndication, Dark Harbor, is participating in a Comic Con in West Hollywood. F
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Paraphrodite
Oct 25, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2018
3.5 stars.

Even though these are ghost stories, they are very easy reads and not too terrifying at all. This book introduces the first of three McFadden brothers, whose actor parents died during a theatre show and started haunting their three sons soon after. Talk about never getting rid of your parents!

So with their special abilities to see ghosts, they are prime candidates for the Krewe, especially since they are also war veterans with PI licences. When a Hollywood friend of their parents died
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☕️Kimberly
May 28, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This was my first time listening to a book in this series, but when I saw that Luke Daniels was narrating I jumped for it. He did a fantastic job with the characters and it was fun hearing hints of Oberon and Orla (Iron Druid Chronicles).

Fade to Black begins at Comic-con where Marnie Davante a famous sitcom star, makes an appearance, to help fund her dream of opening a children's theater. Things turn upside down when her co-star is murdered by a man dressed as a comic villain. Meanwhile, PI Brya
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Donna
Jun 25, 2018 rated it liked it
This latest Krewe of Hunters addition did not have me spell bound so I'm not going to say too much about it. I think it will appeal to readers who like superheroes and comic books, which I'm simply not into. I'll still be reading the next one by Heather Graham though.
Donna Hines
Aug 17, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
"Everybody loves a good villain."
So the question on everyone's mind is," Would you kill for a role?"
Tv star turned detective Marnie Davante is determined to uncover the truth about her co stars grisly murder.
PI Bryan McFadden former military man jumps on board to assist in saving Marnie.
"Those who oppose me - Pay! They pay the ultimate price!"
Bloodbone , Comic character Killer, deaths all around this one is sure to fire up the senses!
Cara we know is dead oh wait maybe not!!
David Neal may be tryi
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Fran
Apr 06, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: mystery, paranormal
This series is always an easy, enjoyable read. I don't read them in order but rather pick them based on what's available at the library at the time. I don't have s hard time reading them this way, as each is it's own story with new characters aside from the boss, Jackson Crow. Each of these characters is enjoyable and well written.
Vickie
Feb 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Sigh, it was so nice to get back to my guilty pleasure... the Krewe of Hunters. Love this series!❤
Pamela
This was another really good read about the special FB I unit that deals in the paranormal. The murder takes place at a comic-con where a man, in full costume kills one of the cast members. The cast was from a series, that still played on re runs, and dealt with slaying vampires,or werewolves, or demons, that had inspired a cult following. Bryan McFadden, who has helped out people before in distress, is talked into intervening on their behalf by his parents. It does not matter that they are A li ...more
Epeeblade
Aug 23, 2018 rated it liked it
It was a quick read. I finished to find out who the killer was. The romance was...not really believable? Honestly, this felt like "omg I need to finish a book really fast, let me not worry about slowly developing the relationship between the leads."
Carolyn
Jun 05, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: graham-heather
I love the Krewe of Hunters series!
Aparna
Feb 24, 2019 rated it liked it
Stars: 3 / 5
Recommendation: Yes, pick it up for a mystery involving paranormal elements, historical flair and the romantic side of the plot.

Fade to Black is the twenty fourth book in the longest series, Krewe of Hunters, by Heather Graham and published in May of 2018. The primary plot is centered around - Bryan McFadden - an ex-military and current Private Investigator - and Marnie Davante - actress in a cult TV Show. The plot is set in Los Angeles, CA.

This book forms the first book in the next
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Rachel
Jul 17, 2020 rated it really liked it
I’m so glad I didn’t completely give up on this series- the last few books has gotten me excited and interested in the Krewe of Hunters again.
William Richardson
Love this series. Besides liking paranormal stories, I like the history of the settings where the stories take place. The characters are well written and the story line is very good. I do recommend this series but should be read in order. Looking forward to the next one.
Sharon Gallup
Jun 15, 2018 rated it really liked it
For some reason i didn't feel so spelled bound reading this book as i did with her other books.
There was just something that seemed to drag and i got bored while reading it. i try hard not to skip pages to keep the moment but this time i felt like it was just slow moving. It is a great book if you are more into romance then action. The mystery was hard to follow. Someone wanted power, willing to kill for it, and someone had to die. The basic mystery.
Jaime Reynolds
May 30, 2018 rated it really liked it
Another great book in this series. I love how the characters intertwine and you continue to see them in future stories. Cannot wait for the next one!!
Hannelore Cheney
Thank you NetGalley and Mira for the eARC.
This was my first Heather Graham book and I wanted to read it because she's enormously popular. Unfortunately I didn't enjoy it at all. In my opinion it was boring and after reading about half of it, I gave up. Obviously my opinion is in the minority ... this just wasn't my type of read.
Sheila HAMMERSTAD
Feb 01, 2020 rated it did not like it
Shelves: couldn-t-finish
I can't read her books anymore. Every book is the same book, the same plot, nothing new. Someone is murdered or missing, guy meets girl, both can see ghosts, guy and girl don't like each other at first, then they do, then they both accept their ghost seeing, then they fall in love, solve mystery, and live happily ever after. At book 24 of the same thing I am done.
Danielle
So, context: I started in earnest to immerse myself in reading romance novels. I enjoy romance arcs in literary fiction and fantasy books, so I felt compelled to try a true romance novel and find a style (or two or three) of romances I want to continue reading. I picked up FADE TO BLACK because I read the first two chapters in a free sampler of "Summer Romance" titles.

The first two chapters sold me on downloading the entire book digitally from SPL via the Libby app. However, the more I read the
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Wendy
Jul 08, 2018 rated it really liked it
“Fade to Black” the 24th book in the “Krewe of Hunters” a paranormal mystery-murder series that begins when one of the stars of the classic Dark Harbour T.V. show is killed at Comic Con by a Blood-Bone character wielding a sword. Fearing she was the intended target and the police with limited resources to protect her, Marnie Davante is glad of for the security offered by PI Bryan McFadden after her house is broken into.

The son of famous actors who died tragically, and an ex-Marine Bryan McFadden
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Marsha Keeper Bookshelf
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I have enjoyed Heather Graham’s Krewe of Hunters series from the very beginning. A mixture of paranormal and suspense/mystery these stories always keep me entertained and on my reading toes. There have been many stories and just as many couples. I’m always glad to be reunited with old book friends and FADE TO BLACK brought back several of my favorite characters in one way or another. Yet it was a persistent ghost and a man willing to follow his mother’s request, even
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Dave Gamboa
This was not as suspenseful as her other books I've read. I thought the story dragged too much before it finally got interesting. Marnie is the main character who is known for the TV show "Dark Harbor" which was once a big hit and is hoping the show gets revamped. Unfortunately during a comic-con convention the cast members are doing an appearance and one of the cast, Cara, is killed by someone in a costume of "Bloodbone", a character from the TV show Dark Harbor. Cara then then appears to Marni ...more
Randy Daugherty
Jul 24, 2018 rated it really liked it
Marnie Davante is an actress of a show with a cult following, but someone has it in for the main cast , a comic super villian named Bloodbone has just killed Clare Barton, Marnies tv mothers, and now her ghost is haunting Marnie.
Bryan McFadden and his two brothers lost their parents both actors in a tragic accident, but that isn't the only thing the close brothers have in common, they see ghost. Unfortunately for them their mother and father stayed behind saying their boys still needed guidance,
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Veronica
Jul 24, 2019 rated it liked it
When I first picked up the novel, the first thing I was excited for that there was finally a new set of cast members! However, these names seemed familiar so the beginning was hard to focus as I tried to remember the past.

The first four chapters just seemed to repeat themselves regarding the murder of Cara. It became a bit tiresome.

I did however appreciate the return of the killers/masterminds point of view.

And then later we read there was a mastermind and within the text the Blood-bone killer
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Patricia
Dec 15, 2018 rated it liked it

"Fade to Black" is okay but nothing to write home about. Neither the characters or the plot are well developed. I couldn't feel anything for them. Suspense was missing. I enjoyed the earlier books in the "Krewe of Hunters" Series very much. Earlier books in this series hold your interest and, when reading them, you hate to put them down.

Heather Graham has always been, and still is, one of my favorite authors. To me, I believe she is writing too many books a year. In doing this, her books are los
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Danielle Urban
Oct 28, 2019 rated it really liked it
Fade to Black by Heather Graham was interesting. I was hooked. The plot quickly introduced me to the cast of characters, gave me their story and told me what they were dealing with. I enjoyed watching the living squirm with the idea that their loved ones were haunting them a bit. A gruesome murder needed to be solved and the ghosts were going to stay until it was solved. But they needed an expert investigator and for their living friends to help with the case. So many possible suspects, it was h ...more
Denise
Jun 19, 2018 rated it really liked it
Thank goodness! I believe I need to stick to Krewe of Hunters books because I have had disappointment with some of the other series by Heather Graham even though I liked them in the beginning. The Krewe has always been good and this book is no exception. I really like the character Bryan McFadden and the idea that his brothers will have books, too. Marnie is a little different. She seemed really nice at first but turned into a flat-out witch when Bryan turned up and was trying to help. I underst ...more
Linda
Jun 02, 2018 rated it really liked it
This book takes place in Hollywood at a Comic Com and the stars of a television show that was no longer on t.v. The show's star was Marnie Davante who was ready to go on with her life by starting a theater for children if she could get the funding but when the lady who had played her mother on the show was murdered right in front of her, everything changed. PI Bryan McFadden had been convinced to go to L.A. and help Marnie by his mother who only he and his two brothers could see since she and th ...more
Darla Taylor
This is a wonderful read and an excellent addition to the Krewe of Hunters series. Marnie was a star in a cult TV show and hopes her fame can help her open a children's theater. She's at a ComicCon convention when a costar is brazenly murdered in front of her while the murdered disappears into the crowd. PI Bryan goes to Hollywood to help Marnie because his departed parents have asked him to do so. It turns out that Marnie was the intended target and the killer goes after more of her costars to ...more
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Also published as Heather Graham Pozzessere and Shannon Drake.

New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Heather Graham majored in theater arts at the University of South Florida. After a stint of several years in dinner theater, back-up vocals, and bartending, she stayed home after the birth of her third child and began to write, working on short horror stories and romances. After some tria
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Krewe of Hunters (1 - 10 of 32 books)
  • Phantom Evil (Krewe of Hunters, #1)
  • Heart of Evil (Krewe of Hunters, #2)
  • Sacred Evil (Krewe of Hunters, #3)
  • The Evil Inside (Krewe of Hunters, #4)
  • The Unseen (Krewe of Hunters, #5)
  • The Unholy (Krewe of Hunters, #6)
  • The Unspoken (Krewe of Hunters, #7)
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