Leslie Conzatti over at Upstream Writer put together a top 10 list of moments from the Grave Report Series (the first two books). I’m sharing her first two, and then giving you a link to the rest. If you’ve read the series, do you agree with her? What other moments would you consider. If you haven’t read the series, maybe this will give you a good introduction and spike your interest.
I don’t think there’s anything more exciting for an author than a new book release. I shared my excitement about E. A. Copen’s newest book “Playing with Fire” and told you that two of my favorite authors were about to release new books. The next book to be released will happen on November 13 when R. R. Virdi releases the third book in the Grave Report called “Grave Dealings.” The kindle book is available to pre-order right now at the link to the book above. I’ll be releasing my review of the book on Tuesday, November 13, but I wanted to let you know that this book was coming.
Virdi has become one of my favorite authors. Were he to release a phone book, or a cook book, I would be one of the first in line to buy it. I can’t give you any details of his new book, yet, but I can tell you what Mr. Virdi said about Grave Dealings on his preview page.
Don’t make deals with the paranormal. They’re better at it than you, and they never play fair.
Paranormal investigator and soul without a body, Vincent Graves, did just that—a deal made in desperation. Now it’s coming back to bite him in the middle of a case.
He has 57 hours to investigate a string of deaths involving people who’ve made some devilish bargains. Too bad devils don’t deal in good faith. It’d be easy enough, if he didn’t have to deal with things such as:
- Being hunted through the streets of Queens by a dark elf with a motorcycle fetish.
- Ending up the target of a supernatural hit.
- An old acquaintance dragging him to a paranormal ball where he could end up on the menu.
- And having one of his closest guarded secrets brought to light…
Not great for a tight clock, because if he doesn’t get to the bottom of this case in time, Vincent and company might just lose their souls.
Dirty deals are never done dirt cheap. And the supernatural always collect—big!
Again, trying to avoid spoilers, but I can tell you that this may be Virdi’s best book yet. I can’t wait to share my review of this book with you. If you like Urban Fantasy, and I’ll be honest, I didn’t know I liked it until “Grave Beginnings,” if you like Detective stories with a twist, you need to pre-order this book now! And, if you want to get a head start on the deaths and lives of Vincent Graves, you can check out the series page here. Go ahead and order them all. You’ll be glad you did.