Poltergeist Greywalker #2 eBook ´ Poltergeist

Poltergeist Greywalker #2 Harper Blaine was your average small time PI until she died for two minutes Now she's a Greywalker walking the thin line between the living world and the paranormal realm And she's discovering that her new abilities are landing her all sorts of strange casesIn the days leading up to Halloween Harper's been hired by a university research group that is attempting to create an artificial poltergeist The head researcher suspects someone is faking the phenomena but Harper's investigation reveals something else entirely they've succeeded And when one of the group's members is killed in a brutal and inexplicable fashion Harper must determine whether the killer is the ghost itself or someone all too human

About the Author: Kat Richardson

Bestselling author of the Greywalker paranormal detective novels Former theater brat singer dancer gemology and jewelry course writer liveaboard boater and editor Currently lives in the wilds of far western Washington with her husband and dogs

10 thoughts on “Poltergeist Greywalker #2

  1. says:

    It went to a 4 star book yayAgain I feel like this series is totally under rated and people should at least give it a try This author surprised me in the best of ways

  2. says:

    At the start let me say that I liked this book It has an interesting perspective on the whole supernatural urban fantasy slant as the main character is not a vampire witch or shapeshifter which are the common character tropes out there Instead Harper Blaine after a near death experience is a

  3. says:

    Reviewed by Rabid ReadsI’d like to start this review off by first saying that I’m not 100% sure whether it’s the narration or the story that’s making me consistently rate this series 3 stars so you might want to take my thoughts with a grain of salt until I figure that one out Anyway I think

  4. says:

    Real rating 35 stars Kat Richardson is hitting her stride as a writer and I found I enjoyed this book than her last book Harper is a PI hired to find someone undermining a scientific experiment on creating a ghost The psychologist hiring her doesn't know that Harper can actually see into the world of the par

  5. says:

    I like this series well enough but I think I drag my feet about reading it because I am bored with the denial trope In this instance it's the denial to acceptance trope of accepting powersI love that the ferret's name is Chaos though It's a perfect name for a ferret

  6. says:

    Poltergeist started out interesting A scientific experiment is being performed to see if people can create a poltergeist Harper is hired by the person in charge of the experiment to show that the phenomenon is being faked It's a little confusing but the scientist is a little strange Unlike Greywalker the mystery comprises the

  7. says:

    Richardson really shows off her skills here It was beyond entertaining seeing the theory and science behind making a poltergeist and then watching where the real thing starts happening Especially when it's a psychopath using a poltergeist to kill What a uniue and very disturbing idea It's refreshing to see science and magic meet in suc

  8. says:

    This is rather similar to the first book with Harper still learning to be a greywalker and walkingworking inwith the Grey She uses Mara witch Ben para expert Carlos vampire and uinton electronics wizard for information The major difference is that the case she's working involves a mean spirited poltergeist A group of grad students are performin

  9. says:

    This book was painful to read It drug on and on The story had a good premise but it could have been told in half the time I felt like the same story was being told over and over every time she went to interview a different person just when you thought you might be getting a good story from someone you were off to someone else Too many characters without

  10. says:

    4 Stars Poltergeist book 2 in the Greywalker series by Kat Richardson is a fun and interesting continuation to this cool urban fantasy series As I have said so many times I can't get enough adult urban fantasy these days Richardson throws in a atypical heroine as our protagonist and it really works There isn't really anything new in Greywalker but there is plent

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