Friday, July 13, 2012

Unspoken by Heather Graham

3 STARS This is good but over the top makes it funny some how. Thier is some sex scenes that I skipped over. This is a story with Texas Krewe unit for the FBI. It also features one member of the original Krewe of FBI agents with extra powers. In Chicago on lake Michigan a diver found the ship that had all the Egyptian artifacts that sunk years ago. Thier Musuem had the rights to salvage the ship. Brady did not want to wait to see if his figures where right. So he broke all the rules and went diving by himself. Brady saw somthing besides the ship and he ended drowning with 5 min. of air left. Because of favors in the past Logan sent Katya Sokolov sent into the case to look at the body of Brady autopsy. Kat is a forensic pathology. Plus she sees dead people. Will Chan is already in Chicago so he is asked to stay and look into this case too. If thier is a case than the rest of the texas Krewe will come out when they finsh the paper work for thier last case. Brady death is from Drowning but he has some suspicous bruises on his arms and around his mouth. While they are in thier hotel rooms each one hears like someone is trying to get in thier rooms. They don't see anyone but thier is a piece of mummy cloth on the wall by thier rooms. The Texas Krewe last case was in Hollywood and surrounded the remaking of a mummy Amun Mopat movie now this one they might actually find Amun Mopat on board the sunken ship that killed everyone that people called it cursed. While they are trying to find more about who might be after the Egyptian artifacts they find another dead body. It looks like a heart attack in a 80 year old. They find another piece of mummy cloth and Kat talks to the ghost and he says the mummy did it. Kat & Will join the diving crew and the documentary of the dive and while Kat is in one part of the ship she sees some of the ghosts at the time before thier death. It was good and a fast read. If you have liked her other books than you will like this. I guess I could not take seriously all those bright people believing in mummys. Now ghost of the mummy I can almost believe. I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest review from Netgalley. 07/24/2012 PUB Harlequin HarlequinMira

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