The 3rd book in the Greywalker series. Something is killing the homeless people of Seattle and Quinton suspects the vampires so he goes to Harper to ask her to intervene. Problem is, it's not the vampires so it's time for some good old fashioned detective work. But what do you do when your witnesses are unreliable and are talking about snakes or bears or something? Well, if you are Harper, you start questioning the ghosts. Only problem is what do you then do if they start talking about ancient monsters from Indian myth?
Yep, it's one of those books where every thing leads to something a bit more out there but it all just flows from one to the next. Nothing is easy but that keeps the "you have got to be kidding me" factor way down. You can sink yourself into the world because while some parts are fantastical, the rest is so relatable that it's easy to just go with what the author weaves.
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