The Keeper of The Dead

As Director Of Cemeteries For The Catholic Archdiocese Of New Orleans, Angele Soule Is Jokingly Known Around Town As The Keeper Of The Dead But Angele S Quiet Job Is Turned Upside Down When A Coworker S Body Parts Begin Appearing In Front Of The Tomb Of The Famous Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau However, When Another Woman From Her Office Is Found Dead, Angele Feels She May Become The Killer S Next Victim But All Is Not As It Would Seem, Until One Night When Angele Discovers The Truth Behind The Murders Suddenly Trapped In The Sinister World Of Voodoo, Angele Finds Her Fate Resting In The Hands Of The Dead Marie Laveau For Angele Soule, Being The Keeper Of The Dead Is About To Take On A Whole New Meaning.The Keeper of The Dead

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  • The Keeper of The Dead
  • Alexandrea Weis
  • English
  • 13 October 2019

12 thoughts on “The Keeper of The Dead

  1. says:

    The Nola Series continues with the same bold flavour found in the first instalment This time, Weis introduces us to Director of Cemeteries, Angele Soule Our plucky protagonist stumbles into a murder mystery rife with voodoo and the supernatural Her urge to play detective leads her down an exciting pathway to danger I love the dark and sordid backwash to these t...

  2. says:

    The Keeper of the dead grabbed my attention from the begining to the end I found her descriptions about New Orleans very well done, and for someone who has never been there like me, it was nice to see all that I enjoyed reading from the first page, Angele s friends turning up dead to the v...

  3. says:

    There are times when I get to read something that as a reader I have a level of expectation based on the author, their reputation, and their past work All of these have planted a seed in my brain pan of what is to come, at least I hope Let s face it, no one is perfect some authors miss the mark, maybe they are taking a risk, stretching themselves, blah ,blah, blah.My point in this is I have read everything I can find by this author she has consistently exceeded my expectations, raising the bar each and every time she delivers a new piece for consumption Being a fan I love this type of thing I have had the good fortune to have interviewed her a few times in the past on my blogtalk radio show The G ZONE The one constant throughout the interviews is that she not only takes the craft of writing very seriously, she also has the best interest of those that invest the time and money in reading her hard work She loves her fans she genuinely cares what they think and what they are looking for in a read.To that end what you can expect to find in The Keeper of the Dead is a read that has very rich content, is chock full of factual information, and it really made me feel like I was right there in New Orleans Her characters are believable and she got me to be invested in them rather quickly The read, a length that teeters on being full length, moves quickly, ...

  4. says:

    Angele Soule, Director of Cemeteries for the Catholic Archdiocese of New Orleans, is known by her colleagues as The Keeper of the Dead It s all in jest until a colleague s hand is found in front of the tomb of a famous Voodoo Queen.Heading the investigation is suave detective Lou Glapion who is determined to prove that the murder has nothing to do with the dark arts and is simply the work of a deranged psycho Angele is not entirely convinced of Lou s theory and starts to look into voodoo.However, Angele is soon shaken when her home is ransacked Thankfully, a burgeoning relationship with Lou means Angele has someone to turn to in the face of these worrying events With yet another victim falling prey to the murderer, Angele begins to suspect someone is lying in wait for her.Suddenly, Angele s nickname isn t such a joke it may be the death of her.Alexandrea Weis has a great knack for spinning a convincing yarn in a short narrative Her characters are interesting and believable, with t...

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