Reviews by Jen Chapin-Smith
Seawitch
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A boat presumed lost at least 25 years ago suddenly floats to its home dock with all hands missing. Seattle Police Detective Rey Solis, with whom Seattle PI and Greywalker Harper Blaine has often butted heads, is investigating the possibility of murder while the boat's owner's family has asked Harper to determine what happened. As the two explore the abandoned vessel, Harper and Solis discover a cabin containing symbols drawn in human blood, a haunted engine room and a log book hinting at terrible events having caused the ship’s original disappearance.

I found this story to be so frightening that I could not finish it, which is quite rare for me.

Read the first six novels in the Greywalker series before this one.
Greywalker
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After returning to life from death twice already Seattle Private Investigator Harper Blaine is hardly looking to take on a new case involving the paranormal, until the witnesses the ghost of a bizarre car accident for which no human records exist. Harper uses her skill as a Greywalker-- one who can move through the world of ghosts, vampires and other supernatural entities--to determine what happened.

This is the sixth in the Greywalker series and it's best to read the prequels first to understand the background.
Greywalker
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After a near-fatal accident, Seattle Private Investigator Harper Blaine develops the ability to move through the Grey: the realm of ghosts, vampires, witches, and magic that exists between our world and the next. Yet, why did she but not others with near death experiences become a Greywalker? Investigating her own case unearths some terrible truths about her father’s early death.

Before she can continue her search, some vampires request that Harper travel to London to take a strange case there, only to discover that it has to do with her own past as well.

This is the fourth in the Greywalker series and it's best to read the prequels first to understand the background.
Greywalker
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After a near-fatal accident, Seattle Private Investigator Harper Blaine develops the ability to move through the Grey: the realm of ghosts, vampires, witches, and magic that exists between our world and the next.

Someone, or something is killing and mutilating the homeless people of Seattle, not to mention all the zombies now roaming the underground part of the city. It's just the sort of case only Harper can investigate, along with her friend Quinton, who lives a secret life amongst the homeless and tries to protect them.

The book incorporates elements of Native American myths and symbolism, with very unexpected results.

This is the third in the Greywalker series and it's best to read the prequels first to understand the background.
Greywalker
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After a near-fatal accident, Seattle Private Investigator Harper Blaine develops the ability to move through the Grey: the realm of ghosts, vampires, witches, and magic that exists between our world and the next. Now a university professor has hired her to investigate the possibility that his research group actually succeeded in creating the poltergeist they intended to make or whether someone in the group is using tricks to scare the others. When someone brutally murders one of the group members, her investigation takes a turn into a more serious direction.

This is the second in the Greywalker series and it's best to read the prequel, "Greywalker," first to understand the background.