Fatal Storm

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Something strange is taking place at the Sebold mansion. When ghost hunters decide to spend a night, one person is missing in the morning. There have been other disappearances and homicides in the past, and the one common denominator has been the weather. Dagger and his entourage spend a night at the mansion to seek answers. But another storm is building on the horizon. Fifth in the series. More
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About Lee Driver

Lee Driver is the pseudonym of S.D. Tooley. This alter ego prefers her mysteries crossed with fantasy, sometimes sci-fi and sometimes horror.

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Chase Dagger Series
This video showcases the five books in the Chase Dagger series with emphasis on the most recent, FATAL STORM. The series combines mystery with urban fantasy, sci-fi, and sometimes horror. Critics call it "MacGuyver Meets Dark Angel."

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Reviews of Fatal Storm by Lee Driver

Roberta Hancock reviewed on June 12, 2012

I read all five books in the series and enjoyed each one of the them. The shapeshifter premise is interesting and well developed but it is the character development of the supporting characters that is really quite good and adds a lot to the stories. I plan to re-read the series in the future as well as hold out hope for another case.

The only problem I found was the occasional typo or failure in editing which disturbs the flow of the story.
(reviewed 30 days after purchase)
Ken McDaniel reviewed on May 7, 2011

I really like the previous books in this series better than this one. There was not as much action and suspense in this book as there was in previous installments. That being said, I did enjoy this book and am looking forward to future books in the series. As always, this author is an easy read and sucks you into the plot with likable characters and a riveting storyline that make the book hard to put down.
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)
Dianne Gowanlock reviewed on April 20, 2011

I've enjoyed this 5th book in the series as much as the others. The tension caused by the attraction between the main characters is well written. All the characters and plots are very intriguing. I am hoping there will be a sixth book in the series.
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)
Linda Kuz reviewed on March 29, 2011

5th book of a series with increasing character development. While the interaction between the two main characters continues to heat up, I was a little disappointed that the denouement was not more "action packed" as in the other volumes. However, that being said, am anxiously awaiting the next Chase and Sara installment.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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