The Last Grave

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Signet, 2013 - Fiction - 354 pages
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Samantha Ryan—homicide detective by choice, witch hunter by necessity—has left Salem for San Francisco, hoping a move will help her forget the horrors of her past. But she’s about to discover that witches tempted by the dark side are everywhere....

Samantha is doing whatever she can to forget her terrible childhood in a coven destroyed by its members’ greed and lust for power. Now she’s a San Francisco detective struggling to fight her own desire to turn to magic. But as she discovers, escaping who you are isn’t easy.

Her latest case seems straightforward enough—the murder of a local historian named Winona Lightfoot. But strange clues take Samantha to the Santa Cruz Mountains, a place teeming with witches and black magic. As she works to uncover the connection between Winona and this coven, an earthquake rocks the Bay Area. That’s when Samantha has a premonition: Something is coming. Something evil.

To survive—and save everyone around her—she will have to tackle her greatest fear, and hope she isn’t the next one put into a deep, dark grave....  

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Review: The Last Grave (Witch Hunt #2)

User Review  - A. - Goodreads

Samantha Ryan left Salem for San Francisco, hoping to forget the horrors of her past. Her past includes a very dark magic side of herself from a mother who raised her in a destructive and black magic ... Read full review

Review: The Last Grave (Witch Hunt #2)

User Review  - Grace - Goodreads

Samantha is back at it with the San Francisco Police department, but as we knew trouble would find her even on the other side of the USA. Little less Police work, little more magic and a lot more ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Debbie Viguié is the New York Times bestselling author of two dozen novels, including the Wicked series and the Crusade series, both coauthored by Nancy Holder. Debbie also writes thrillers, including the Psalm 23 Mysteries and the Kiss trilogy. When Debbie isn’t writing, she enjoys spending time visiting theme parks with her husband, Scott. They live in Florida with their cat, Shrödinger. 

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