As far as numbers go, it isn't a great one. Hell, it's not even a good one and Vincent Graves is going to find out just how unlucky of a number it can be.
Because someone, or something, is killing people in the Empire state, and whatever it is, it gives people everything they ever desired and more. And it's the more that's the problem!
Well...it's one of the problems.
Vincent's investigation also seems to have drawn the attention of a relentless FBI agent and then there's the little bit where he has only thirteen hours to solve the case, or he dies.
Talk about your literal deadlines...
By the end of this case Vincent will come to understand the meaning of an age old proverb: Be careful what you wish for - because you just might get it!
Grave Beginnings is one of the books I’ve read all the way through. It is an amazing book – fast paced (but balanced with moments the characters can catch their breaths), engaging, page-turning and it leaves you begging for more.
Vincent Graves isn’t your ordinary sort of detective. He’s wise-cracking, cynical at times, oh… and he’s View Spoiler »dead, but he’s not a ghost. He’s a soul occupying a ‘meat suit’ and the only villains he’s interested in are the supernatural kind. « Hide Spoiler
Paranormal detective books aren’t the sort of this I usually read, but this one had me hooked from the first page and I had to read on (I read it twice in fact as I had a hand in the editing). It has an amazing 75 reviews on Amazon at the time of writing, all very positive, with some reviewers calling for it to be a TV show (and I wholly agree with that.