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Greywalker by Kat Richardson
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Nov 05, 2007

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bookshelves: fantasy, fiction, mystery
Read in February, 2007

arper Blaine is a private investigator in Seattle. She's involved in a case where things go bad quickly. She wakes up in the hospital to find out she died and was revived. That would be enough to unnerve most people, but it's worse for her. She keeps seeing things that aren't really there. And so begins her journey to accepting the idea that her world is a lot more complex than she ever believed.

She meets a witch, ghosts, vampires and a necromancer and is sucked into events for which she isn't prepared.

The hardest part for me with books like this is the suspension of disbelief. However, if you can get past that little obstacle, it's a fun ride. Harper is an interesting character as are most of the characters that we meet.

If you like mysteries, ghosts, vampires and such, give this one a read.

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