Audiobook review of The Evil Inside

January 23, 2016 Audiobook Reviews, Book Reviews 8

Audiobook review of The Evil InsideThe Evil Inside (Krewe of Hunters #4) by Heather Graham
Length: 9 hours and 2 minutes
Genres: Romantic Suspense, Paranormal
Published by MIRA Pages: 368
Format: Audiobook
Source: Bought

Narrator: Luke Daniels
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Some deaths live on forever
For as long as it has stood overlooking New England's jagged coastline, Lexington House has been the witness to madness…and murder. But in recent years the inexplicable malice that once tormented so many has lain as silent as its victims. Until now…
A member of the nation's foremost paranormal forensic team, Jenna Duffy has made a career out of investigating the inexplicable. Yet nothing could prepare her for the string of slayings once again plaguing Lexington House—or for the chief suspect, a boy barely old enough to drive, much less kill.
With the young man's life on the line, Jenna must team up with attorney Samuel Hall to pinpoint who—or what—is taking the lives of those who get too close to the past. But everything they learn brings them closer to the forces of evil stalking this tortured ground.

Also by this author: Waking the Dead, Phantom Evil, Heart of Evil, Sacred Evil (Krewe of Hunters, #3), The Uninvited, The Rising, The Night Is Forever

AUDIOBOOK SUSPENSE ROMANCE

What I thought of this book.

The Lexington House has a bad history of murder, and now it has happened again. Is the house evil or did Malachi really kill his family. The boy is seen with blood all over him and he is automatically the killer. Jaime doesn’t believe he did it so he calls his niece Jenna who is a member of the Krewe of Hunters.

Jenna goes to check things out as she has always had an interest in The Lexington House. She meets Sam who is the attorney appointed to the kid. Together they go through all the clues and witnesses who say they seen him coming out of the house.

The cops are trying to also say that Malachi had killed two other guys. Jenna is sensitive to ghost and she sees a person dressed up in a horned costume as the killer. She also sees an old woman who keeps telling her to pay attention to the children. It was teenager who are the ones who said that they had seen Malachi leave the house.

A few more of the Krewe come to join Jenna to see if they can help figure out what happened. The more than Jenna and Sam are together the closer they get to each other. At first Jenna is not so sure of Sam as he scoffs at her ability to see ghost but he soon decides to take her at her word.

I have always liked Jenna as she is the Irish gal who is soft spoken, so I was excited for her to get a story. Sam is a good attorney who was willing to take in some of Jenna’s ghostly senses and trust them to solve the case.

The mystery of who the killer was took a very different turn than I was thinking it was going to be which I thought was great. I like not being able to figure things out. It had some good suspense with an ax welding crazy person and then the suspense at the end.

I am really enjoying listening to the Krewe of Hunter series and can’t wait to get to my next one!

The Narrator:

I can’t say enough about Luke Daniels! He is fast becoming my favorite male narrator.

Reading Challenge:

Reading this book contributed to these challenges:

  • Audiobook Challenge 2016
  • Cloak and Dagger 2016
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8 Responses to “Audiobook review of The Evil Inside”

    • Stormi

      I am really enjoying them. The first one has a different narrator than Luke Daniels, but after the first one they seem to be all Luke Daniels which I like, though I liked the first guy too. 🙂

    • Stormi

      ME TOO! She is one of my favorites. I actually have some of the newer ones in eARC form but so don’t like jumping ahead so trying to do my best to catch up! LOL

    • Stormi

      It is very addictive, I have the next book on audio and can’t wait to get to it. It’s my next just for fun read. 🙂

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