book review, horror

The Graveyard Speaks by Hunter Shea


When teenage ghost hunter, Jessica Backman, hears about a screaming grave in a cemetery in the Bronx, she doesn’t hesitate to investigate.

I loved this fun story. Nothing is as it seems. Jessica is a likable character and I appreciated how she investigated the potential ghost. Her friend, Angela, was a worthy foil.

With great pacing, interesting characters, and a satisfying story, I highly recommend it.

I received this novelette free when I signed up to Hunter Shea’s newsletter. I enjoyed it when I thought it was a standalone, but I’m delighted to learn that Jessica appears in a trilogy of novels. I look forward to going on more adventures with her.

I award The Graveyard Speaks

Click on the names below to read my reviews of these other books by Hunter Shea. 

Loch Ness Revenge 

Swamp Monster Massacre

Just Add Water

Optical Delusion 

Money Back Guarantee

Jurassic Florida

Faithless

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