What do shadows darting across the walls, cryptic writing, black fog, and a little girl who can see ghosts have in common? Paranormal investigator and soul without a body, Vincent Graves, has forty-four hours to find out.
To make matters worse, his years of body-hopping and monster-hunting are catching up with him. He’s losing his mind. An old contact has shut him out. To top it all off, something’s skulking through an asylum, killing patients.
Three guesses who might be next, and the first two don’t count. The writing on the wall is not so clear. But one thing is: if he doesn’t figure this out he’s a dead man–well, deader–and a strange young girl might follow. Vincent’s got his back against a wall, and that wall’s crumbling.
Some days it’s not worth it to wake up in someone else’s body.
2016 Finalist – Dragon Awards — Best Fantasy (Paranormal) Finalist alongside, Jim Butcher, Larry Correia, & N.K. Jemisin.Click buy now to dive into this paranormal investigator thriller!
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What is The Grave Report?
A:The Grave Report is a paranormal investigator series inspired by Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files and the show, Quantum Leap. It follows Vincent Graves, a soul murdered by the paranormal and forced to inhabit the bodies of others killed by monsters. He’s tasked with using their minds, memories, and bodies to find the monsters responsible and gank them. The series focuses heavily on creative twists on well-known and more obscure mythologies. For fans of a monster of the week vibe, this is for you.
Q:How should I read these case files?
A:Each novel in The Grave Report is written both to progress a series meta plot as well as serve as a standalone monster of the week read if you want. The series order is listed below, but you can read them however you want. Jump in and enjoy.
- Grave Beginnings
- Grave Measures
- Grave Dealings
- Book Four TBA
Q:Will I enjoy this series?
A:If you love things like Supernatural, myths, magic, monsters, and investigator novels full of wit and charm, yes. You’ll have a blast reading these. The series placed as a finalist in the 2016 Inaugural DragonCon Dragon Awards under Best Fantasy (Paranormal) alongside urban fantasy authors, Jim Butcher and Larry Correia.
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