Behind the Veil (Gina Harwood #1)



Behind the Veil (Gina Harwood #1) A grisly murder scene of a middle aged housewife with no apparent enemies introduces homicide detectives Gina Harwood and Morgan Snyder to a dark world they didn t expect to find They discover that the ropes that bind a family together stretch across states and into the blackest recesses of what was, what is and what could be Can they save the family before the ropes fray completely Or do they stand to lose than just their lives Described as a cross between the X Files and Call of Cthulhu, the inaugural title in Indi Martin s Gina Harwood Series will please fans of police procedurals, mysteries, horror, and paranormal investigation In Behind the Veil, we are introduced to Gina Harwood, and her partner, Morgan Snyder two homicide detectives who stumble upon a bigger and frightening crime than they anticipated Just as they begin to grasp the outlines of the case, they are forced to make the biggest decision of their lives in order to save the crumbling remains of a family touched by horror.Available at in both Kindle edition and paperback Watch for Book Two of the Gina Harwood Series Descending, expected February 2014 Read Behind the Veil (Gina Harwood #1) author Indi Martin – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 252 pages
  • Behind the Veil (Gina Harwood #1)
  • Indi Martin
  • English
  • 25 December 2017
  • 1492137677

10 thoughts on “Behind the Veil (Gina Harwood #1)

  1. Browncoat Jayson says:

    Good paranormal mystery with the draw of a police procedural and supernatural horror, all rolled into one Sets the stage for a much wider world of supernatural crime drama, very much in the vein of the X Files or the Dresden Files.

  2. Stile Teckel says:

    Behind the veil. Dont just buy a kindle copy, get a paper back to treasure I have a library of over a 1000 books Ive read over 5,000 in my life Love this genre and ive read a lot in the Genre Indi s as good as any of the big name authors ive read First chapter or two seemed a bit, hmm hard to get into, but after that i was completely absorbed in it Im annoyed i read it now rather then after theres manyas one book just wasn t enough Especially given how well it sets the stage for an Behind the veil. Dont just buy a kindle copy, get a paper back to treasure I have a library of over a 1000 books Ive read over 5,000 in my life Love this genre and ive read a lot in the Genre Indi s as good as any of the big name authors ive read First chapter or two seemed a bit, hmm hard to get into, but after that...

  3. William says:

    Was able to beta read this book before it was published I felt that the beginning started off just a tad slow, however by the middle I was well invested and by the end which I can honestly say wasn t quite the direction I saw the story going I was already looking forward to the sequel.

  4. J.S. Little says:

    Overall I thought it started a bit slow and I wish it had gotten to the main story faster I think Chapter 6 is where it really picked up I liked the interplay between Harwood and Morgan, even just watching them argue I like how they both felt closer to human than a lot of characters The action got a lot gorier than I though that it would and I was glad to see not many punches were pulled I also liked having this mostly take place in Oklahoma Everything heads to a direction where you think t Overall I thought it started a bit slow and I wish it had gotten to the main story faster I think Chapter 6 is where it really picked up I liked th...

  5. Aly White says:

    I am so glad that I bought this book from Indi I am always afraid to read books by friends, because the books I have read up until recently by friends were not that well written Indi Martin has done a wonderful job of writing this book It is a book that I didn t want to put down at all, but when I had to like sleep or other life events I was very sad about it I don t normally do many reviews, so when I do, it is because the book has left a very great impression on me Thank you for taking I am so glad that I bought this book from Indi I am always afraid to read books by frien...

  6. Michael Rowland says:

    This book was described to me as X Files meets Call of Cthulhu It met that description admirably I thoroughly enjoyed this work from cover to cover A great start to an intriguing series I look forward to reading the next installment.

  7. Va Collins says:

    This book had me hooked within the first few chapters and I couldn t wait to see how it turned out And as a paranormal book it did have me a little scared, but in all the right places I seriously can t wait to see where the characters development goes next.

  8. Shaun Welch says:

    An excellent supernatural crime thriller It takes a little bit to get going, but I loved the relationship between Gina and Morgan, as well as the central mystery plaguing poor Jake Once I reached the final quarter of...

  9. Bookworm52732 says:

    Very good book A few editing errors but still a very good start to a trilogy.

  10. P.J. Mayhair says:

    A little slow to begin with but the story is well worth it and the characters really come to life great read.

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