The Twisted Dead (Gravekeeper) (Paperback)
"In the third installment of her Gravekeeper series, [Darcy] Coates raises the stakes…worried that someone may be using an army of the undead to take over the world? Coates has your number."—Kirkus Reviews
Keira must decide if she should use her ability to contact ghosts to help the man who once tried to kill her.
Hunted and haunted, all she wants is to put her mysterious past behind her and move forward with her new friends as Blighty Graveyard's groundskeeper. But then she receives an invitation to dinner at the local recluse's crumbling ancestral estate. The mansion is steeped in history that is equal parts complicated and bloody—and at its center is the man who once tried to kill her, now begging for her help.
Dane Crispin believes his home is haunted—and that the unquiet dead clawing through the ancient house are after him. Unnerved but intrigued, Keira opens her second sight and discovers he's right: resentful specters cling to Dane…and if she can't find a way to stop them, threaten to consume everything in their path.
There's something dark happening in the world beyond most peoples' vision, and if Keira isn't able to sever the ties between the living and the dead, the chained spirits may not be the only things twisted beyond saving.
More in The Gravekeeper Series by Darcy Coates:
The Whispering Dead, Book 1
The Ravenous Dead, Book 2
Darcy Coates is the USA Today bestselling author of Hunted, The Haunting of Ashburn House, Craven Manor, and more than a dozen horror and suspense titles. She lives on the Central Coast of Australia with her family, cats, and a garden full of herbs and vegetables. Darcy loves forests, especially old-growth forests where the trees dwarf anyone who steps between them. Wherever she lives, she tries to have a mountain range close by.
"The real pull of the novel is Keira and her friends...it is so enjoyable to be a member of this circle." — Booklist
"In the third installment of her Gravekeeper series, Australian Coates raises the stakes for franchise heroine Keira beyond the management of pesky spirits." — Kirkus Reviews