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The Reckoners by Doranna Durgin
Review by Mel Jacob
Tor Books Mass Market Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780765361646
Date: 02 February 2010 List Price $6.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

Doranna Durgin begins a new urban fantasy series with The Reckoners featuring feisty heroine and ghost hunter Lisa McGarrity known to her friends as Garrie. At age ten she learned of her talent to corral and manage ghosts. Rhonda Rose, a ghost, helped her to understand and develop her abilities. Now she heads a team of three: the empath Lucia, Drew who can sense the history of a place, and Quinn who ferrets out data they need.

From official release/information:

From back of book: Ghosthunter Lisa McGarrity can't understand what's gotten into the spirit world recently. Ectoplasm-flinging ghosts and ghouls with grudes seem to be coming out of the woodwork, and she's been run ragged trying to calm the unusually outraged spirits. Tired of dealing with the disgruntled dead, Lisa is determined to take a break from all things metaphysical.

So when the mysterious and sexy Trevarr appears on her doorstep requesting her assistance in an urgent matter, Lisa is less than thrilled. Who is this man, and why is he so interested in her "kooky" hobby? What does he have to gain by visiting paranormal hot spots with her? Whatever he wants, Lisa can't help being drawn to Trevarr, and as they start working together, they stumble upon a house filled to the brim with ghosts driven to the edge of madness. Now Lisa and Trevarr must figure out what's behind this ghost population explosion, before their mutual attraction causes explosions of its own.

(Source: Tor Books)

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