The Edge of the Cemetery (Ghost Killer - Book 2)

The Edge of the Cemetery Ghost Killer Book The Edge of the Cemetery is book in the Ghost Killer Series What Haunts Me Ghost Killer Book and although it could be read as a stand alone novel book was developed as an introduction and I wou

The Edge of the Cemetery is book 2 in the Ghost Killer Series What Haunts Me Ghost Killer Book 1 and although it could be read as a stand alone novel, book 1 was developed as an introduction and I would recommend starting there first Below is a detailed description of the continuing adventures of the Ghost Killers I truly hope you enjoy this new series There arThe Edge of the Cemetery is book 2 in the Ghost Killer Series What Haunts Me Ghost Killer Book 1 and although it could be read as a stand alone novel, book 1 was developed as an introduction and I would recommend starting there first Below is a detailed description of the continuing adventures of the Ghost Killers I truly hope you enjoy this new series There are ghosts and demons that wander among the living they do not haunt in the traditional sense Instead, they plague mankind with diseases and physical deformities, and once a ghost finds its victim it will haunt them for a lifetime When George Sinclair discovered he could see these ghosts, and importantly, he could kill them and save their victims, his life changed from ordinary to extraordinary, he d become a ghost killer, one of the most powerful to be born in some time George has embraced this new life and now works alongside his new friends, Billy Wilkinson and Phil James Together they assist the Watchers, an international group of ghost killers and supernatural experts who monitor the world for ghostly sightings and demon infestations to maintain the balance between the living and the dead.When San Francisco and the surrounding area are suddenly plagued by rogue groups of ghosts and demons, who appeared to have a leader of sorts, a 17th century musketeer demon, the Watchers know it isn t random, nor was it the usual form in which ghosts and demons prefer t

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  1. Margaret Mill lives on a quaint island in the Puget Sound, Washington with her husband and two cantankerous alarm clocks better known as cats, who are apparently starving to death at 5 a.m every single darn morning.Her first published works were flash fiction, which were featured on Bay Area artist, Kenny Mencher s blog, The Welcome Home and Untitled Luke N Goode In 2011 she published her first full length novel, since then she s published a three book series, another novel and her current series via Creativia Publishing What Haunts Me Ghost Killer Book 1 and The Edge of the Cemetery Ghost Killer Book 2 , which was awarded the August 2016 Book of the Month award by Long and Short Reviews She s currently working on book 3 in the series, which incorporates an epic journey taken by her grandfather in 1915, she hopes to have it published by early 2018 The majority of her books are set in San Francisco where she lived previous to island life for over 26 years.Margaret s preferred writing genre is supernatural fiction, with the exception of her time travel novel, The Dragonfly Door All her books can be found on her website and her Author page margaretmill Margaret MillmoAdditional links to follow facebook pages Authoritter MMill author show I am also a reviewer for the GR group Book Explosions, please check us out for what we re reading, what we like to read and our reviews group show

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  1. This second book in the series can be read as a stand alone, but to get the full effect and understanding of the story I do recommend reading the books in the correct order Having dealt with Vokkel in the last book, our team of ghost killers are confronted by a new and devious enemy in the shape of a seventeenth century muskateer and a teenage boy As they unravel what they can about this dangerous duo they become aware an old enemy is lurking in the wings for revenge, which he hopes to gain by u [...]


  2. I received a free copy of Edge of the Cemetery in exchange for an honest review.My initial concern was that this wouldn t be as good as its predecessor What Haunts Me, and unfortunately this was the case I found the plot of Edge of the Cemetery jumpier and didn t seem to flow as well It was nice t re meet all of the familiar characters and there were handy summaries of What Haunts Me dotted throughout.The prologue served as a succinct reminder of what had happened in the previous book, or equall [...]


  3. 3.5 starsLet me start by saying I didn t read the first book in this series, but the author includes some background information in this novel, so I wasn t completely lost, and feel it could also be read as a standalone.The whole concept of an international covert organization of ghost killers intrigued me from the start then you throw in secret vaults, old diaries, and mysterious prophecies Yes, please I liked how there are both good and bad ghosts and the way a person can be haunted for a life [...]


  4. The Edge of the Cemetery is the sequel to the supernatural thriller, What Haunts Me, following George Sinclair and his friends, all of whom have the remarkable talent of being able to see and vanquish ghosts and demons In this book, George faces some tough demons, and has to act quickly in order to stop Gilles, one of the most powerful, murderous ghosts of all time from unleashing all kinds of supernatural danger.I liked that the book starts In media res, so we are introduced to action sequences [...]


  5. The Edge of the Cemetery Review by Martha A Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat Think With Your Taste Buds A Book and A Dish The true prophecy states that the cambion, shall merge forever with his father and become one, upon which my ever faithful servant shall live once again There is only one way to interpret this part of the prophecy The demon will converge with the body and discard the body s mind and soul for the devil to deal with at his leisure On a typical day of ghost and demon eradic [...]


  6. I read this book right after the first one I love how it doesn t just rehash the previous books info, but adds things George has learnt since the last book It was a great read.



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