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Also by Kat Richardson.

Also by Kat Richardson. Two people in particular made this book work, and to them I owe huge thanks: Rick Boetel, chief historian of Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour in Seattle, and Fran Fuller, of the Seattle Mystery Bookshop, who introduced me to Rick and vetted the first draft. Without their help, the setting of this book would never have come to life.

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But if you listen, you may learn something new. ― Dalai Lama. Poltergeist (Greywalker, by Kat Richardson. Harper Blaine was your average small-time PI until she died - for two minutes. Not bound, as a book. Like Unfettered before it, the contributing writers of Unbound were allowed to submit the tales they wished fans of genre to read-without the constraints of a shackling theme.

Harper Blaine was your average small-time . until she died for two. It seems to be heading in one direction at the beginning, swerves a bit in the middle, and blows up with some serious action and intrigue at the end. Without giving too much away, I can say that the story revolves around the walking dead, mythical Native American figures, the dark history of Seattle and its underground, and of course Harper Blaine's ghosts.

Richardson Ka. nderground Greywalker, Book 3 Kat Richardson ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Two people in particular made this book work, and to them I owe huge thanks:Rick Boetel . Greywalker, Book 3. Kat Richardson. nderground Greywalker, Book 3 Kat Richardson ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Two people in particular made this book work, and to them I owe huge thanks:Rick Boetel, chief historian of Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour in Seattle, and Fran Fuller, of the Seattle Mystery Bookshop, who introduced me to Rick and vetted the first draft. However, I must also apologize to Rick. Two people in particular made this book work, and to them I owe huge thanks

Author: Kat Richardson.

Author: Kat Richardson. Harper Blaine was your average small-time . until she died-for two minutes. Now Harper is 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’ cases. Pioneer Square’s homeless are turning up dead and mutilated, and zombies have been seen roaming the underground-the city buried beneath modern Seattle

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In the cold of winter, Pioneer Square's homeless are being butchered, and zombies have been seen roaming the streets of the underground city buried beneath modern Seattle. Greywalker H arper Blaine is asked to investigate by her friend Quinton, who fears he may be implicated in the deaths.

Kat Richardson lives on a sailboat in Seattle with her husband, a crotchety old cat, and two ferrets.

Все продавцы . Underground: Number 3 in series. Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. Kat Richardson lives on a sailboat in Seattle with her husband, a crotchety old cat, and two ferrets. She rides a motorcycle, shoots target pistol, and does not own a TV.

In the cold of winter, Pioneer Square's homeless are being butchered, and zombies have been seen roaming the streets of the underground city buried beneath modern Seattle. Greywalker H arper Blaine is asked to investigate by her friend Quinton, who fears he may be implicated in the deaths. They soon discover that someone has unleashed a monster of ancient legend- and H arper must deal with both the living and the dead to find the creature and put a stop to it...unless it stops her first.

Comments: (7)

Shakar
Seven high school friends gather for a drink-and-drug fueled party at the familial mansion of one of their number, opening a door to a hellish world created by their leader's evil ancestor. One will die, one will vanish; all of them will bear the scars of that night. But eventually, they'll need to go back.

This was a beyond-excellent outing into history and the supernatural. The characters were spot on; the plot was exciting. There are flashes of humor ("...it was like a Christmas wish list, if Santa were a Mossad agent."). It's a story of growth and moral redemption. This was my first Craig Spector novel. It won't be my last. Highly recommended.
crazy mashine
This book is about a man who was a salve owner but enjoyed causing so much pain that he grows into an evil entity on it own. He uses the pain of all those he enslaved and killed. They are all trapped in the underworld of his home. It’s up to some old friends who had a bad experience at the manor as youths to go back and face their demons.
Tetaian
Storyline was good and different. The characters were believable. The book in general seemed like it went on and on..... could have been shorter. I was glad when it ended.
BroWelm
This story took awhile to get going, but man, when it took off it flew high. Great story, heart characters and the start of a new series. Was intrigued and into the story. After page after page the story got better, till you had to find out the ending. A good read
Cildorais
I really enjoyed books one and two, so it pains me to say I didn't like 3 much. The problems are few but pervasive. *possible spoilers*. Why does she hook up with Quinton? There is absolutely no spark at all. The entire courtship was like "He kissed me on the cheek and I felt funny." This author just can't write sexual tension or convincingly write about relationships. She just skips over the problems with Will with a couple of lines like, "He came back for the holidays and it wasn't going well..." and that's all the explaination we get about it at the start of the book. Second, Richardson seems to throw about uncommon words, in my opinion, just for the hell of it. I may not use it all in every day speech but I have a large vocabulary. I found myself having to look up words quite often, which really pulled me out of the story. I want to forget the world and be immersed in a great mystery not stop to go look up something that hasn't been used in common speech since the 18th century. Also, the Big Bad at the end...was silly. I realize it was based on various native american myths, but the chase scene with the monster was absurd and I figured out who-done-it and who Qamaits was as soon as she was introduced in the story. Lastly, The constant listing of street names got on my nerves, what street runs parrallel to what road that was once a cattle ranch, or whatever. I know she does it to try and set the scene, but it justs adds needless complication and doesn't improve the story or move the plot.
anneli
With his incredible attention to period detail, Craig Spector's UNDERGROUND is not another typical monster tale but a thoroughly original "through the looking glass" thriller. Completely captivating, it personally evoked countless memories of the 80's style, music and attitudes so aptly depicted in this group of friends from school who have experienced inexplicable horror. Scenes of the past weave seamlessly with the present as the terror continues. All of Spector's characters are highly developed and you can even hear a different and distinct cadence in each of their voices. He paints incredibly realistic pictures, especially the truly terrifying, gruesome world beyond the mirror, a place of gripping darkness. His vocabulary will challenge you (so keep a dictionary close by) and you will feel more intelligent after this read.
Samugor
...but I quite enjoyed this book. I still wish the characters were given a little more depth, particularly in their interactions with each other, but compared to the first book of the series they have improved by leaps and bounds. Harper has also thankfully grown up quite a bit and is much less whiny than in the past.

I have to admit, having lived in Seattle it's a kick for me to read about places I walked past daily (even when, as in the case of the Underground, artistic license has been taken).

I did find things progressed a little too conveniently at times (a coroner Harper talks to just happens to be a Native American who just happens to know an Elder who just happens to have answers to several questions Harper has) but I do give originality points for the overall concept.

All in all, while it's not going to win any awards, I thought it was quite entertaining and succeeded in making me look forward to the next installment.
Underground (Greywalker, Book 3) download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Kat Richardson
ISBN: 0451462831
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Ace; Reprint edition (August 4, 2009)