FBI Agent Audra Wheeler has been haunted for the last thirteen years by a paranormal attack that left her sister, Kendra, in a coma. Mentored by FBI Assistant Director Jonathan Cordero to investigate crimes committed by specters, Audra believes she is on the trail of a ‘serial killer’ specter with a MO very similar to her sister’s attacker. The investigation takes her to a small town of Specter, Georgia; a haven for ghosts who exist among the living.


 I received this book in exchange for a honest review .

At first, the book did not impress me all that much, but then it surprised me very positively. For some reason, the writing didn't feel very smooth and the plot seemed very transparent, but I was sorely mistaken. But if you feel like me and the book don't seem very convincing at first, don't stop reading. It really improves towards the end.

So after all, I really liked this book and it was almost perfect. There were some things that felt like they weren't quite finishes or maybe there was just that last "polish" missing. But the story was awesome and I couln't put it away before I was finished. So in the end, I read the whole book in one sitting.

At first, I thought that it was quite clear who the bad guy was. It's him, I thought. Then I changed my mind. And then I changed my mind again. And again. And the real villain was surprise for at least for me. I'm trying to not spoil too much, but when they first explained the reasons for specters existence, it felt kinda dumn. I thought so. I felt like I needed to hit my head somewhere. It felt so stupid. I thought that it was unnecessary so explain it, that it didn't have anything to do with the plot and the whole thing felt like it had forcibly shoved into the book. In the end, however, everything fit together nicely and the book felt whole. It seems like this book is first in a series and I really hope so, because I would love to read more book from this author. I hope that the next book will be just as good, and maybe even a little better. It just need to little more polished that this one, and I believe it'll be perfect.