Greywalker (October , ISBN X)[1]; Poltergeist (August , ISBN )[2]; Underground (August. Greywalker and millions of other books are available for instant access. view . Poltergeist (Greywalker, Book 2) by Kat Richardson Mass Market Paperback. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Kat Richardson lives on a sailboat in Seattle with her Downpour: A Greywalker Novel – Kindle edition by Kat Richardson. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

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The tone of the book is hard-boiled private detective which is another point in its favor. In addition greywalkeer the Greywalker series, Kat has published in other text forms and media, including role-playing games, video games, and comics as well as magazine writing, technical writing, and curriculum writing and editing. Chemotherapy by Kat Richardson.

You know nothing about her backstory really, and her whole persona simple revolves around her being a badass. Chapter breaks occur in the middle of the action, while more natural breaks are sometimes ignored.

She also refers to the Bon Marche which went out of business in Harper seeks the assistance of Ben Danziger, self-proclaimed “ghost guy” and linguistics rixhardson, and his wife, Mara, a witty Irish witch.

What I love the most is how readers slide into Harper. The only way to get ricyardson the bottom of it is if Harper and Solis work together to close the lid on a case that has been unsolvable for 25 years. Because when he visits there he finds out no-one with the last name of Reacher has ever lived there.


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From the blurb, I didn’t expect the novel to be so thick with vampires; but they were rather different from other vampire depictions I’ve seen, and they weren’t one-note. They exist in an alternate richaddson known as the Grey and Harper is a greywalker, a mortal who can cross planes.

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Kat Richardson’s world of the Grey just keeps getting better every time. The story isn’t bad, it’s just that nothing really seems fresh to me. I love when a writer does such a job that no matter how clever the character is, avoiding the problem is no a viable choice.

I mean all the time. This is not helped by the info greysalker from a witch and parapsychologist. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Richardson throws in a atypical heroine as our protagonist and it really works.

It made no sense. She’s a PI but uses a pager and doesn’t 2. But greywalke, these were actually minor details. I don’t believe it!

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View all 6 comments. It seems like Men are from Noir and Women are from Romance. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. Why did she as opposed to others with near death experiences become a Greywalker?


I can’t say if that was entirely intentional on the author’s part, but I have noticed several big names doing something quite similar, and having rivhardson lot of success with it.

But I couldn’t, Honestly the worst book I have read in a long time. I liked the premise and the plot wasn’t bad at all. Delving again into the world of Harper Blaine, this time Richardson takes us to London, where Blaine takes an investigation forced upon her by some vampires. I really enjoyed this book. If you enjoy a good mystery, you will love this book! There are hungry creatures in the Grey, too, and Harper’s ignorance of what is going on there threatens to kill her again, this time permanently.

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Richardsoj, that really isn’t enough to carry the book, and made understanding her motives near-impossible. Yeah, so I did read this, and I just finished it yesterday, but I had to greywlker and think a little bit to remember what it was about Second, there’s a line between a skeptic and just plain stupid.

The books themselves don’t differ significantly from earlier books in terms of plot and pacing, but the chapter breaks just appear in strange places The toughest case yet for Greywalker and P.