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  • Paperback
  • 264 pages
  • Death’s Doorway
  • Crin Claxton
  • 10 January 2015
  • 9781626393547

6 thoughts on “Death’s Doorway

  1. Diane Wallace Diane Wallace says:

    'Netgalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review'Nice seuelA continuing series that was really well written with some pretty outlandish storytelling and storylines that had my brainwaves on high alert only because of all these supernatural beings and paranormal activity stuff that was inserted into this story and the plot twists turns where we saw a lot different or peculiar activity happening along with others' talking to dead people ghoststhen there was the rescuing of human with words from bothdeath ghost like This bookseries will both be a mind blowing and exhilarating read to readers imagination and because its that good Recommended to everyone

  2. L.E.Olteano L.E.Olteano says:

    Originally posted on Jun 5 2015 at Butterfly o Meter BooksIn a Flutter Fun readFluttering ThoughtsWorldbuilding The London setting was nice diverse as one would expect and the paranormal elements ghosts spirit guides were fun but not overpowering I’d say the main element was the contemporary one not the paranormalCharacters The cast of characters was fun and interesting I liked Tony Maya and Jade I can’t say I fell in love with either of them but that might be due to the than one POV thing – it usually has the unfortunate effect of making me feel detached from each of the characters rather than making me feel emotionally invested in than the one or twoEach one of them was interesting in her own way different types of people had their issues in their past and each one dealt with them in their own way I enjoyed that part very much the personal issues solving them part but I felt each of them might have generated a stronger character were it the sole focus Subjective opinion of courseI also enjoyed the TonyMaya relationship it felt very authentic again with realistic issues and ways of trying to get over them and surprisingly enough I enjoyed this tangent even though I generally only enjoy the “honeymoon” part of a romance yes I know very telling of my own issues haha shut up P There was very little one on one time so if you’re looking for the smex licious kind of read this isn’t it I’m not saying it should have been mind you just pointing out the romance tangent is secondary and it doesn’t focus on sex though it does happen it’s mostly not on the page but on issue solvingSomething I personally enjoyed a lot was how some characters were snarky irreverent and sometimes down right rude – say Deirdre for instance without them being “reformed” at any point I like that in my reads All polite all proper all PC isn’t realistic so it bugs me ifwhen I encounter it in reads I love nuanced characters and he occasional assholeSOB has to make an appearance as they do in real life lolPlot The mystery part was interesting I liked the cases Tony co investigated the way the stories came together – that includes the romantic tangents for Tony Maya and also Jade’s There was enough action to keep me excited and enough twists and turns to keep me wondering though the final thrill the Suni related part near the ending I won’t give details so I won’t spoil your read didn’t keep me on the edge of my seat for some reason though it should haveWriting Third person past tense narrative mostly from two POVs Tony and Maya but also including a few other POV inserts like Jade for instance I liked the voices of the main charactersCurb Appeal Cool cover hooking blurb – impulsive buy material for my mysterysuspensethriller cravingsI’d love to read the first Supernatural Detective novel that gave the series its name For some weird reason one novel appears on a nicely filled out Crin Claxton profile while the second doesn’t and they don’t show as part of a series either It’s confusing if you like to get your book info from Goodreads like I do and like lots of others do as well But meh it happens I do hope it will be resolved to show the series properly and assigned to the informative author profile up thereThat’s where Tony is introduced and her private investigator career involving ghosts begins but I read Death’s Doorway without reading the first and had no trouble so I say you can safely read it as a standalone too But I do recommend trying to read them in order it generally helps with series involving the same main characters DAll in all this was a fun read with interesting characters and an intriguing story It was of a 35 butterflies read for subjective reasons I recommend it to lovers of diversity paranormal mysteries that involve ghosts and private investigators and romantic stories with realistic issues

  3. Anne Anne says:

    Review of Death’s Doorway by Crin ClaxtonThis is a seuel to the Supernatural Detective both featuring Tony who sees dead people I enjoyed the first book and I certainly wasn’t disappointed with the second After a few pages the story of Tony and her friends and her spirit guide Deirdre just sweeps you along There is a thread through the books but this one is easily read without reading the first – though I’d recommend you read them in order After you’ve finished this one you’re likely to seek the other one out So you might as well read them in order right?Death’s Doorway sees Tony in a new relationship no spoilers here and it is well written and credible how she is insecure and feeling her way along Tony’s relationship with her friend Jade is beautifully captured and I like the interaction with colleague Beth and the way Tony repeatedly tells spirits and especially Deirdre not to bother her at work The dialogue in the book is especially strong as is the humour The work of a lighting technician in stage theatre is interesting as wellThe book is obviously touching on the supernatural but after a while it reads as any other detective story and that is to its credit I would recommend you give it a go you will be glad you didI was given a free copy of this book by Netgalley in return for an honest review

  4. Sarah Byrnes Sarah Byrnes says:

    An excellent seuel to The Supernatural Detective The usual suspects are back and as funny as ever No spoilers but the plot twist was great I am really looking forward to from this author

  5. Delta Delta says:

    An interesting read with clever characters and a deliciously twisty story line I was expecting a bit from Dierdre given her prominence on the book jacket but I still enjoyed her character I also really enjoyed the introduction to Tony in this oneI received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

  6. Elisa Rolle Elisa Rolle says:

    Death's Doorway by Crin Claxton 2015 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention 5 from at least 1 judge

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Death’s Doorway[KINDLE] ❅ Death’s Doorway By Crin Claxton – Death’s door is open as far as supernatural detective Tony Carson is concerned and ghosts are flooding through it Tony’s got her hands full but she’s obsessed with why the prisoner from Holloway Death’s door is open as far as supernatural detective Tony Carson is concerned and ghosts are flooding through it Tony’s got her hands full but she’s obsessed with why the prisoner from Holloway can’t rest Luckily her trusty drag ueen spirit guide is always ready with advice and insultsTony’s girlfriend Maya is worried that the hot new acupuncturist at her clinic is driving their best friend Jade crazy and not in a good way Maya’s determination to find out why puts all their lives on the lineSomewhere beneath the lies voices and delusions is the truth But can Tony Maya and Jade come together in the final race to stay in the land of the living.

About the Author: Crin Claxton

Crin Claxton is the author of the vampire novel Scarlet Thirst and the ghost crime Supernatural Detective series Hir short stories have appeared in Va Va Voom Diva Books Fantasy Bella Books Road Games Lessons in Love Extreme Passions Bold Strokes Books Girls Next Door Women’s Press Diva magazine and Carve webzine She has recipes in The Butch Cook Book Poems have been published by.