After being shot in the back and dying—again—Harper’s recovery has been hard. She’s lost a great many of the powers she’d acquired since first becoming a Greywalker, and Harper knows that if she dies again, she won’t be coming back.
Her only respite from the chaos is her work. But while conducting a pre-trial investigation in the Olympic Peninsula, she envisions a fatal car accident for which there are no records. Worse still, the victim of the wreck insists he was actually murdered, and that the nearby town of Sunset Lake—called “Blood Lake” by locals—is to blame.
The picturesque town is as unlikely a haven for conspiracy and malignant magic as Harper’s ever seen. But she soon learns that the icy waters of the lake hide a terrible power, and a host of hellish beings. And both are held under the thrall of a sinister cabal that will use the darkest of arts to achieve their fiendish ends…
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What people say about Downpour:
“Reading a Greywalker novel is the pinnacle of literary escapism for me. It’s full immersion from the very first words. Downpour begins in typical Richardson style – a brilliant hook and a subtle reference to Chandler all in the first few sentences.”–Paul Goat Allen, Barnes and Noble Explorations SF/F Blog
“A fabulous paranormal private investigative thriller!”–Harriet Klausner, Genre-go-Round
“Eeerie and fascinating.”–Becky Kyle, Rambles.net
“One of the best examples of true urban fantasy.”–Night Owl Paranormal
“Richardson’s Greywalker series is a must read.”–Smexy Books
“Original and unique. …Puts a new spin on the entire private investigator angle, and is utterly fascinating.”–The Ranting Dragon
“Downpour and Kat Richardson (are) both winners…. I highly recommend the entire Greywalker series to lovers of Urban Fantasy and Mysteries.”–Nora-Adrienne Deret
“Hard to put down.”–Falcata Times
US paperback: 978-0451464262
US hardcover: 978-0451463982
UK paperback: 978-0749940867