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About Kat Richardson: Bestselling author of the Greywalker paranormal detective novels. Former theater brat, singer, dancer, gemology and. Greywalker (October , ISBN X)[1]; Poltergeist (August , ISBN )[2]; Underground (August. Author Kat Richardson’s complete list of books and series in order, with the latest releases, covers, descriptions and availability. Series. Greywalker 1.

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The worldbuilding was unimaginative and colorless. On the job side, Harper takes a job to track down a missing college student, and locate an old piece of furniture for an elderly man. Following the resounding success of my Locus QuestI faced a dilemma: I think the author is getting her head around the paranormal world The Grey she creates through the first half and richardsoj quite gotten a handle on getting the rest of us into this world.

I may go find it in a bookstore or library at some point so I can do that. Turmoil, sickness, and destruction are sweeping through Europe—and the effects are being felt all the way across the world. May 31, I really think her next book will be extraordinary. A nightclub ricnardson just calls her up and gives her information for no compensation; a widow digs through files for old receipts who keeps that kind of thing?

They exist in grfywalker alternate plane known as the Grey and Harper is a greywalker, a mortal who can cross planes.


Paranormal female private detective, northwest america area, sees ghosts, and solves ghost mysteries. Another reviewer pointed out that this scene was unintentionally comical genius. Regardless of this, Richardson went on from being born at some point, to attending California State University in her home state, obtaining a degree in magazine journalism.

Kat Richardson Goodreads Author. All the folks she cites as helping her with this book should be ashamed, and her editor ought to take a kkat course.

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But in her world, men and ricyardson were equals without gender stereotyped roles. I like the way she uses light to accentuate the dark and vice versa. But I couldn’t, Honestly the worst book I have read in a long time. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. She can interact with ghosts and supernatural beings.

But, that has nothing to richarson with anything, unless you count the fact I spent ten pages thinking Harper was male in Mean Streetswell past a date with a guy. Now, the boat has mysteriously returned to her old berth in Seattle and the insurance company has hired Harper to find out what happened. Seriously, this is a universe like ours were the paranormal is not seen as real. I really enjoyed it.

Quotes by Kat Richardson. The book handles it’s job as Act Two very well, but because it is what it is, greuwalker is a feeling of things unfinished that is dissatisfying. Don’t read that book? The good news is I wasn’t wrong. I really enjoyed this book. After this I read: It was a nice surprise, different from what I was expecting, and I enjoyed getting to know Harper and how refreshingly adult she was about things–her job, her relationships.


She accepts the paranormal too quickly but it takes her too long to acknowledge what rihardson happened to her.

But the killer is no mere murderer—it is a creature of ancient legend. The toughest case yet for Greywalker Harper Blain… More. Just a moment while we sign you in richardsno your Goodreads account.

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Although this seems like it would be helpful in her PI business, she seems to have a tough time trying to deal with the grey world. I enjoyed the book, although I hear the subsequent installments really exceed the quality of 1, so I’m excited to go deeper into the series. I like Harper for the most part; she’s complex and not a cliche. Labyrinth by Kat Richardson. View all 5 comments. What I mean by that is that there are several “mentor scenes” in which the dynamics of the world are explained more or less in exposition outright.

The book also introduced a lot of supernatural beasties at once. Return to Book Page.

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I do have a few concerns though. Eh, not really getting into this one. Jim Butcher delivers a hard-boiled tale in which… More.