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28 August 2015

#BookBeginnings & #Friday56 - Heather Graham's Sacred Evil

It's Friday again! I'm still working on Heather Graham's Sacred Evil since this has been a week full of distractions, but it's a great read so worth the extra time. 

Friday56 (share a blurb from the 56th page or 56% mark) is hosted at Freda's Voice & Book Beginnings (share the first few sentences & your thoughts) is at Rose City Reader!
The top is from the very beginning of the book. It being the third in the series I couldn't help but wonder/worry if the "she" being stalked was a new character or one of the Krewe that I have come to care about!

The bottom is from the 56-ish-% mark. It kind of made me shake my head that even that far in they were still explaining the group to the main character ... but he is a bit set in his ways and thoughts. Knowing Graham's books as well as I do he'll likely snap out of his mocking skepticism before long.


  1. Heather Graham and New Orleans - sounds like a winner to me. Love them both. Happy reading.
    sherry @ fundinmental Friday Memes

  2. This was such a good one. I love this series and am always waiting for the newest release!

    Here's my 56 - http://fuonlyknew.com/2015/08/28/the-friday-56-75-pokergeist/

  3. I have read one book from somewhere in the middle of this series and enjoyed it. This one sounds nicely suspenseful. I'm finishing up an urban fantasy series this week with Total Eclipse by Rachel Caine. Happy reading!

  4. I can't resist stories set in New Orleans. This sounds like a good one.
    My Friday post features Taming Jenna.

  5. This sounds like a good one to read around Halloween!

  6. I haven't heard of this series yet but like Sandra I love New Orleans! Any story set there is a story that can interest me! Thanks for sharing :) I hope you have a great week!

    My Friday post

    Juli @ Universe in Words

  7. She sure knows how to frighten a reader! Love her books!
    Happy weekend!