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The Dead Room

Heather Graham, Author
Heather Graham, Author . Mira $24.95 (379p) ISBN 978-0-7783-2430-0
Reviewed on: 02/05/2007
Release date: 04/01/2007
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At the start of this chilling paranormal thriller from bestseller Graham (Kiss of Darkness ), anthropologist Leslie MacIntyre eagerly accepts an invitation to work on an archeological dig near New York City's Hastings House, a historic building that survived the explosion which a year earlier seriously injured her and killed her fiancé, Matt Connolly. As a temporary resident of Hastings House, Leslie, who has developed the ability to communicate with ghosts, sees Matt in her dreams, complete with convincing erotic love scenes. A secondary plot adds to the intrigue as Matt's cousin, PI Joe Connolly, searches for a missing social worker, whose disappearance may be linked to that of local prostitutes. Leslie's paranormal powers lead her to not only important archeological discoveries but also grave personal danger. The intense, unexpected conclusion will leave readers well satisfied. (Apr.)