eBooks by Heather Graham
The Devil in the Woods (2010)
In this novela by NYT bestseller Heather Graham, Christina Hardy and Jed Braden (The Seance) head down to Miami to help out when there's a death in a friend's family. But the old family residence, in a little known overgrown area of the beach , was filled with legends, especially that of a "devil in the woods." Strange events begin to occur, and the group is left to wonder if the stories they told around campfires on dark nights as children might have some essence of truth. Is murder always committed by men, or does a demon lurk in the mangroves and the water, and prey upon the unwary?
Every Time I Love You - Paperback - January 1, 2015 - 13: 978-0778317449
New York Times bestselling author Lee Child and the International Thriller Writers, Inc. present a collection of remarkable stories in First Thrills. From small-town crime stories to sweeping global conspiracies, this is a cross section of today’s hottest thriller-writing talent. This original collection is now split into four e-book volumes, packed with murder, mystery, and mayhem!
First Thrills: Volume 2 contains stories six original stories by:
Wendy Corsi Staub
First Thrills Vol. 2 (2011)
Some Wore Blue and Some Wore Gray (2013)
With the 150th Anniversary of the Battle at Gettysburg and the Siege of Vicksburg, New York Times Best Selling Author, Heather Graham, is revisiting one of her favorite time periods - The American Civil War. This time, however, she has compiled biographies of some of her favorite real-life characters of the period. We hope you'll enjoy her gift to you in SOME WORE BLUE & SOME WORE GRAY. And feel free to comment in the review section if there are people you would be interested in reading about from the Civil War. Ms. Graham sees this as a living, growing document and is certain to add to it as time goes by. Enjoy!
And then when you want to see where all this love of history took her, check out her three Bantam novels ONE WORE BLUE, ONE WORE GRAY, and AND ONE RODE WEST.
Grave Danger (2014)
The annual Thriller anthology of short fiction, now in its third year, brings together the most exciting mystery and suspense writers. This year's collection, Love Is Murder, is edited by Sandra Brown. Among the featured authors is New York Times bestselling author Heather Graham, whose original short story "Grave Danger" is now available as a free ebook.
For special-effects artist Ali MacGregor, it can be hard to tell fantasy from reality. Especially when her coworker Victor leaves her alone in the studio one night, surrounded by scary creations zombies, werewolves and mangled corpses. And then she hears footsteps.... Footsteps that shouldn't be there.
Nearby, Ali's ex, cop Greg Austin, is called to the graveyard set of a horror movie after a real corpse appears. But the dead man isn't who his ID says he is. And Victor isn't who he seems to be, either. Greg quickly realizes that Ali, the woman he's never stopped loving, is in grave danger....
Every Time I Love You (2015)
SHE’D NEVER BELIEVED IN LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT…
Gayle Norman seemed to avoid commitment at all costs, always finding fault with the men who came into her life. Then she met Brent McCauley and everything changed. The brilliant artist broke through her barriers and they fell in love over night and married within a month’s time. It was all so right…so perfect…until she sensed flashes of danger and darkness that she couldn’t explain, and she feared that her perfect love was fatally flawed.
COULD THERE BE A TRAGIC HISTORY TYING THEM TOGETHER AND TEARING THEM APART…
Katrina Seymour wanted to hate Percy Ainsworth from the first moment she saw him. The handsome rebel stood for all her Tory family fought against during this time of Revolutionary upheaval, but he’d seduced her and stolen her heart before she knew it. Theirs was a love surrounded by treachery and betrayal and the only thing certain was that it would cry out throughout time for truth and fulfillment.
Do You Fear What I Fear (2017)
The powerful Keepers must save their community as a strange, eternal night creeps over the town of Salem. Forced to choose between her time-honored responsibilities or the lover her heart desires, an extraordinary woman must risk her own happiness to save the holiday. But Christmas is a time for miracles, and as a Keeper's greatest longing is met, the Season of Light returns.
The Face in the Window (2017)
Experience a heart-pumping and thrilling tale of suspense!
Originally published in THRILLER (2006),
edited by #1 New York Times bestselling author James Patterson.
In this haunting Thriller Short, New York Times bestselling writer Heather Graham pays homage to the film Key Largo with a lightning-paced drama that unfolds as a killer storm bears down—and other storms converge around the characters’ lives. It’s a ticking clock of a different kind.
The Ghost of You (2018)
The hunt for justice is timeless…
A body found buried outside of Reno, and now another woman is missing…
A tragic event had led to Micah Stratford to leave the Chicago Police Force and head for his family home and museum in Reno. He has come looking for a chance to see what he really wants for his life, but his skills are quickly called upon when a woman goes missing from a local casino.
Sienna Johnston has come to Reno for a book conference and to interview several well-known authors for videos she’s making for a restaurant she’s opening in New Orleans. It’s also supposed to be a fun girls weekend with a friend, but when a mysterious person of interest in a local crime seems to only be seen by Sienna, her plans are changed.
Micah and Sienna are thrust together as he offers to protect her during the investigation. But will he believe her when she tells him her theory on why no one else has seen her ghostly cowboy?
THE DEVIL IN THE WOODS - July, 2010 -Amazon Digital - ASIN: B003XNTZ20
The Best Christmas Ever (2019)
Jackson Crow and his wife, Angela Hawkins, seldom leave the office for a vacation, much less at Christmas, when many of their agents are out in the field. But this year, Jackson wants to spend the holiday away, at an historic home in Virginia that he wants to buy--even if it is too far for them to commute to work each morning. Jackson is determined on getting the house, built for a relative on specs created by none other than Thomas Jefferson.
Angela knows the house; they had been there last Christmas for the wedding of Brodie and Dakota McFadden , but she is worried about leaving the D.C. area--just in case someone needs help on a case.
However, she has a special present for him this year, and after some thought, she decides this trip Jackson wants might just provide the perfect place for her to give it to him.
But over this holiday season, the house will prove to bring them far more than brick and stone...a present is awaiting them both that they'd never begun to imagine. It just might prove to be the best Christmas ever.
Easter, the Krewe and Another Large White Rabbit (2020)
A short story (apprx. 10,000 words) in which Angela Hawkins and Jackson Crow are called upon to help a friend in need . . .
Strange baskets are arriving on Eliza Andrews' doorstep and a strange face is appearing in her window.
Is she being haunted by ghosts of long ago, or is there someone living and well taunting her with malice
and deadly intent? Angela and Jackson must find the truth--and bring about the goodness and peace of the Easter Season.
Mother's Day, the Krewe, and a Really Big Dog (2020)
A short Krewe story, approximately 7,000 words, and told from a different perspective, and with a different take on the Krewe!
Angela Hawkins is being stalked—right before her first Mother’s Day. But unbeknownst to the stalker, the stalker is being stalked in turn.
The situation might be deadly, Jackson is worried. But through a different kind of assistance, disaster might be averted because questions will be raised, and while there is no easy solution, there is often so much more than meets the eye. A mother’s love for her children is often infinite.
And on Mother’s Day . . .
Love knows no bounds.
For Honor and Glory (2020)
Memorial Day approaches and an old friend of Adam's dies visiting an historic graveyard. Heart attack? Or something
else, since General Whitaker had texted Adam Harrison about strange events happening there?
Jackson and Angela investigate to discover the truth, learning more about war and peace and the human condition along the way.
(Short story, approx. 8,000 words)
Born on the 4th of July (2020)
A long Krewe of Hunters short story, or a short novella—approximately 20,000 words—Born on the 4th of July takes place as the holiday nears and comes upon us.
Angela and Jackson and their adopted son Corby have headed with Adam Harrison and the ghost of his son, Josh, to pay tribute at the graves of Adam’s family.
But while they’re there, the ghost of an old serviceman beckons to Angela.
He’s just seen his daughter, Annie, kidnapped. She had brought coffee and flowers to his grave. A murder of crows had burst into the sky; what appeared to be the giant figure of a man dressed like a crow had doused her with something on a rag—and disappeared through the graveyard and behind a group of family mausoleums.
Like Angela, his daughter is expecting a child any day.
While Jackson worries about Angela’s activity as her due date draws near, it’s precisely her condition that makes Angela certain she can’t leave this one to others—she must help in any way that she can. Jackson, of course, can do the crawling around and physical work. She’ll get into the cemeteries office and begin all that she can online.
But the sensible way of doing things doesn’t always work as planned.
Angela will find herself dead center in a conspiracy that has gone on far longer than what they’ve seen, literally deep in it!
Deep underground, a victim herself.
But she knows she has Jackson, Corby, Adam, Josh, and the Krewe behind her. Nor will she forget her own abilities as they face down a malicious evil that has already claimed several victims.
But they’ll need the help of the living and the dead to make July 4th a genuinely happy holiday!
It’s a first Labor Day for Angela Hawkins and Jackson Crow with their infant daughter and adopted son. They’re going to take the day and have a picnic with the children while other Krewe members man the office.
But the plan goes awry when the grandson of one of Adam’s dearest friends is arrested for committing murder. Tom Flannery swears his innocence--the problem is that he was overheard threatening the victim, telling him that the “ghost” of a murdered dead man might well rise and kill again—just as the local tales claimed he had before.
They will head out to West Virginia for Adam, knowing the only way to prove a man innocent is to discover just who did commit the deed. The decaying corpse of a long-dead miner, still seeking vengeance for a cave-in? Or is there something that no can see plainly until all the pieces the two must ferret out begin to fall together?
Halloween is approaching
And while it might be different this year, many homes are lavishly decorated. Jackson Crow thinks it’s fine that his adopted son, Corby, takes a walk down the street to see some of the ghoulish displays.
Except Corby hurries back to him. One “creature” isn’t—or wasn’t—a creature at all. The bizarre costuming covers someone once real—a human corpse.
He and his wife and partner, Special Agent Angela Hawkins, must join with the local police, other Krewe members, and all law enforcement. Victimology sends them on the hunt for a killer who is out for revenge—and using the holiday for his own ends.
It’s a race against time for them as they seek out the man who is dead-set on his vengeance—lest he turn Halloween into an end-game that will turn the holiday night into a display of pure evil. It’s All Hallows’ Eve—and on such a night, there just might be a little help from the dead.
Krewe Special Agent Jon Dickson and Kylie Connolly met under tough circumstances, but despite that, they discovered it seemed they were meant to be.
Now, moved into a condo in the D.C. area—easy shots for Jon getting to the Krewe offices and Kylie getting to Adam Harrison’s newly founded museum—they’re about to spend their first Thanksgiving together alone, sorry they won’t be with family, but happy to be together.
But an old friend from the academy calls Jon. He and his bride have just bought an historic house in Plymouth, Mass, but odd things are happening.
There’s a killer on the loose, and the old house abounds with ghost stories and the truth of what is happening must be discovered if Evan and Julie are going to stay in the dream home into which they had just invested all they had.
Thanksgiving is just a day away . . .
Jon doubts anything can be solved so quickly, even when he’s given special assistance from the dead.
But the first Thanksgiving did take place in Plymouth . . .
And they just might make discoveries that allow them to see just how very thankful they are.