The Benson (Experiment in Terror #2.5)

Rated 4.83/5 based on 6 reviews
The Benson hotel in Portland, Oregon might look like your ordinary, swanky turn-of-the century hotel, but deep in the heart of this historic icon, lie a few restless souls with secrets that won't stay buried.
This is an Experiment in Terror short story, #2.5, but can be read as a standalone to new readers. More
Available ebook formats: epub
About Karina Halle

From a rock music journalist to a New York Times & USA Today bestselling author for The Pact, Where Sea Meets Sky, The Artists Trilogy series, and over 20 other books, Karina Halle has seen a lot of the world. Luckily, all the years of dabbling in different careers and traversing the globe has given her the perfect background for her stories. Whether it's writing horror romance, romantic suspense or contemporary romance, Karina manages to combine very real people and relationships with very edgy circumstances. When she's not writing about flawed characters or chilling situations, you can find her on Salt Spring Island, BC, drinking wine in her 1920's farmhouse with her husband and their adopted pitbull.

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Reviews of The Benson (Experiment in Terror #2.5) by Karina Halle

Lucia reviewed on Nov. 22, 2012

Perry and Dex are ghost hunters and these series are hunting ME. Recently, I have been constantly thinking about characters and about what is happenning with them in these books. I like how "relationship" between Perry and Dex is progressing and I love them both more and more with every single word I read about them.

I am not going to write long review. I am just going to say that I love Karina Halle's style of writing and I immediately need more of Dex and Perry so I am on to next book.

And a little warning, Benson is short but soo ghostly scary... It was perfect!
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Kim Bibbee reviewed on Sep. 12, 2012

Good short read
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Terri Seminuk reviewed on July 26, 2012

The Benson is a short little side trip for Perry and Dex to a haunted hotel in Portland, Oregon for their internet show, Experiment in Terror. Perry solves a decades old mystery with the help of the hotel's resident ghosts! It's a wonderful little side story into the EIT series that everyone who's a fan should read!
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Cristy Quinn reviewed on Dec. 9, 2011

Even though it’s a shorty, I’m always excited to go on a paranormal adventure with Perry and Dex; and THE BENSON (Experiment in Terror #2.5) does not disappoint. In this little novella, our fearsome two checkout a well known “haunted” hotel in Portland and quickly find themselves in a tight spot. And even though this is a quick read, I can assure you there is no shortage of personality, chemistry and of course nail biting thrills that we have come to expect from this addicting series. THE BENSON is truly a great little read and at the cost of… oh a FREE… that’s right free, how could you not check out this little gem.
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Megan Caffery reviewed on Dec. 8, 2011

Ms. Halle has given us yet another installment in the Experiment in Terror series where we see resident ghosthunters Dex and Perry doing what they do best---this time, they're in the haunted hotel known as The Benson. Even though it's a short one, readers are still treated to more of the adventures of this duo, whose ever-present sexual tension never seems to diminish. What more could you want?

Take a few minutes out of your day and treat yourself to this fast-paced novella. Then go buy the rest of the books, if you haven't already. You won't be disappointed.
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Rachel Sharp reviewed on Dec. 8, 2011

A delicious short story from Karina Halle that follows Perry and Dex (fast becoming my favourite literary will they/won't they couple) as they visit a haunted hotel in Portland. This book only whetted my appetite for the next in the Experiment in Terror series. It was short, sweet and perfectly formed. If you want to see what the fuss is about these books, this would be a good place to start.
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