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Halloween in the Big Easy . . . Does evil really exist? Michael Quinn and Danni Cafferty are far too familiar with the question. At the death of her father, Danni inherited his house and shop on Royal Street in New Orleans—and much more than she ever anticipated, including a book kept by her family for generations on how to combat the most unusual forces. As Halloween appr Halloween in the Big Easy . . . Does evil really exist? Michael Quinn and Danni Cafferty are far too familiar with the question. At the death of her father, Danni inherited his house and shop on Royal Street in New Orleans—and much more than she ever anticipated, including a book kept by her family for generations on how to combat the most unusual forces. As Halloween approaches, Quinn is already nervous—he knows what the season can bring. Even as Danni tries to convince him that very good things can happen as well, a man arrives in their kitchen, seeking their very special assistance. Sean DeMille is a lover of decoration and costume—and all things Halloween—until the body of a murdered man shows up in the midst of his backyard ‘cemetery.’ With an axe in his head. Could the infamous Axe-man of New Orleans have found his way back after nearly a century? Or is just the insidious at work, a spirit or demon filtering into an object or a person and creating the mayhem all over again? With the help of their odd team, Danni and Quinn must find the truth behind the strange happenings haunting the city—lest they fall prey to that very strange evil themselves.


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Halloween in the Big Easy . . . Does evil really exist? Michael Quinn and Danni Cafferty are far too familiar with the question. At the death of her father, Danni inherited his house and shop on Royal Street in New Orleans—and much more than she ever anticipated, including a book kept by her family for generations on how to combat the most unusual forces. As Halloween appr Halloween in the Big Easy . . . Does evil really exist? Michael Quinn and Danni Cafferty are far too familiar with the question. At the death of her father, Danni inherited his house and shop on Royal Street in New Orleans—and much more than she ever anticipated, including a book kept by her family for generations on how to combat the most unusual forces. As Halloween approaches, Quinn is already nervous—he knows what the season can bring. Even as Danni tries to convince him that very good things can happen as well, a man arrives in their kitchen, seeking their very special assistance. Sean DeMille is a lover of decoration and costume—and all things Halloween—until the body of a murdered man shows up in the midst of his backyard ‘cemetery.’ With an axe in his head. Could the infamous Axe-man of New Orleans have found his way back after nearly a century? Or is just the insidious at work, a spirit or demon filtering into an object or a person and creating the mayhem all over again? With the help of their odd team, Danni and Quinn must find the truth behind the strange happenings haunting the city—lest they fall prey to that very strange evil themselves.

30 review for Big Easy Evil

  1. 5 out of 5

    Helga

    “Evil exists and evil lives and evil finds roots in those who have the hearts and souls to encourage and nurture its growth.” It is Halloween and there are creepy decorations all over the place. But the mutilated body of an old man with an ax in his head is no decoration. It is real. But is there a real flesh and blood murderer lurking around or the old man has fallen victim to sinister forces, untraceable and indestructible?

  2. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn

    Another great Cafferty & Quinn book. Perfectly creepy!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Meredith Kaupp

    Creepy story, needs another round of proof reading, though.

  4. 4 out of 5

    diana romano

    Big easy evil cafferty & Quinn This is another winner. I just love this author. She writes wonderful storylines and great characters in every one of her books. I highly recommend all her 200 books. Right now I have 30 books in my kindle. Diana Romano.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Paraphrodite

    3 stars. Another short story. This time Cafferty and Quinn are dealing with the legend of the Axeman of New Orleans. The ending was a bit too quick and left a lot of questions unanswered, especially on the motives of the perpetrators. Seems too easy just to say it's "evil". 3 stars. Another short story. This time Cafferty and Quinn are dealing with the legend of the Axeman of New Orleans. The ending was a bit too quick and left a lot of questions unanswered, especially on the motives of the perpetrators. Seems too easy just to say it's "evil".

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sherri Smith

    Good read Although I didn't enjoy this short story as much as others I've read by Heather Graham's, it was still a good read. There were several typos that distracted me and kept me from diving too deep into the story. Good read Although I didn't enjoy this short story as much as others I've read by Heather Graham's, it was still a good read. There were several typos that distracted me and kept me from diving too deep into the story.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Greer

    Totally went out of sequence with this book but I understood everything and jumping into this novella without knowing the other story lines worked perfect. You don’t have to have read the others to enjoy this little bit of paranormal horror.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    Typos throughout the book; it would have been a charming little story but you couldn't follow it. Typos throughout the book; it would have been a charming little story but you couldn't follow it.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Amy Caudill

    What is good and what is evil? Can the essence of both linger from beyond the grave? These are questions that the shop owners cum paranormal investigators Cafferty and Quinn are desperate to answer when faced with a series of murders in the days leading up to Halloween in historic New Orleans. A killer is mimicking the legendary Axe-man, who started his grisly deeds a century ago, and is leaving a grisly trail of evidence. There are many suspects on the radar, but since the Axe-man was never cau What is good and what is evil? Can the essence of both linger from beyond the grave? These are questions that the shop owners cum paranormal investigators Cafferty and Quinn are desperate to answer when faced with a series of murders in the days leading up to Halloween in historic New Orleans. A killer is mimicking the legendary Axe-man, who started his grisly deeds a century ago, and is leaving a grisly trail of evidence. There are many suspects on the radar, but since the Axe-man was never caught, who is today's killer and how is he following in his/her footsteps? Can the spirit of the original Axe-man have returned, and who summoned him? Are the vampire "guardians" taken from the scene of the first murder actually inhabited by good or evil spirits? And will Michael and Danni, with the assistance of their friends, stop the murders before the killer escalates on Halloween night? Having been only recently introduced to this set of Heather Graham's characters, I was pleasantly surprised by how many twists and turns the story took. Graham, as usual, includes a great deal of insider knowledge into the background of her story, painting a vivid picture of all that is New Orleans from a native's point of view. This setting allows the story to develop in a form that seems natural, despite the subject matter, as the readers are drawn in and left to wonder if they should leave the lights on at night in cases the demons hidden within should leap from the electronic page. I look forward to investigating the rest of this series for myself.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    Another entertaining entry in the Cafferty & Quinn series. This time, Danni and Quinn have to help solve a murder reminiscent of an old, unsolved case from the earliest days of the 20th Century: the New Orleans Axe-man. As usual, there are elements of the occult ... because Danni's shop, The Cheshire Cat, is just the kind of place that attracts such things. The big artifacts in this story are Mr. and Mrs. Devil Demon ... a pair of dressed mannequins who may ore may not be more than they seem to b Another entertaining entry in the Cafferty & Quinn series. This time, Danni and Quinn have to help solve a murder reminiscent of an old, unsolved case from the earliest days of the 20th Century: the New Orleans Axe-man. As usual, there are elements of the occult ... because Danni's shop, The Cheshire Cat, is just the kind of place that attracts such things. The big artifacts in this story are Mr. and Mrs. Devil Demon ... a pair of dressed mannequins who may ore may not be more than they seem to be. A fun, not-too-long read that lovers of New Orleans history will find charming and disturbing at the same time.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Halloween is fast approaching and business is good at Danni Cafferty's oddities shop in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Things get truly scary, though, when Danni and her boyfriend, private investigator Mike Quinn, get pulled into another investigation revolving around the Axeman, putting Danni in danger once again. New Orleans is the perfect setting for this paranormal mystery series, especially during Halloween! I love the author's descriptions of the "Big Easy"! It's almost as if you are ri Halloween is fast approaching and business is good at Danni Cafferty's oddities shop in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Things get truly scary, though, when Danni and her boyfriend, private investigator Mike Quinn, get pulled into another investigation revolving around the Axeman, putting Danni in danger once again. New Orleans is the perfect setting for this paranormal mystery series, especially during Halloween! I love the author's descriptions of the "Big Easy"! It's almost as if you are right there along side Danni, Quinn and crew, trying to catch the killer!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Marika Charalambous

    A fun Halloween paranormal novella in the Cafferty & Quinn series. Unfortunately, the book was so full of typos and other mistakes, that, at times, I had to really cringe. Not a bad book, but by no means it's Heather Graham's best. Full review: https://mysterysequels.com/big-easy-e... A fun Halloween paranormal novella in the Cafferty & Quinn series. Unfortunately, the book was so full of typos and other mistakes, that, at times, I had to really cringe. Not a bad book, but by no means it's Heather Graham's best. Full review: https://mysterysequels.com/big-easy-e...

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    This novella was a good addition to the Cafferty & Quinn story. It does assume a bit of knowledge about the back story of the pair as it doesn't have a lot of that. It could have used a bit more development as some of the story seemed to be lacking in detail and explanation that made it a bit confusing. Hopefully, a future story will deal with some of the things that were left unexplained. This novella was a good addition to the Cafferty & Quinn story. It does assume a bit of knowledge about the back story of the pair as it doesn't have a lot of that. It could have used a bit more development as some of the story seemed to be lacking in detail and explanation that made it a bit confusing. Hopefully, a future story will deal with some of the things that were left unexplained.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Robin Atkins

    I saved this book for Halloween. It's Cafferty and Quinn...a beloved couple of Heather Graham. I ran into some typos, nothing too serious...it may have been hurried or something. If you are looking for a quick read for the Halloween season, this is a good one. Has just enough creepiness to add to the season. I saved this book for Halloween. It's Cafferty and Quinn...a beloved couple of Heather Graham. I ran into some typos, nothing too serious...it may have been hurried or something. If you are looking for a quick read for the Halloween season, this is a good one. Has just enough creepiness to add to the season.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Darla Taylor

    Michael Quinn and Danni Cafferty are at home when a man comes to them needing their help. A man has been found in his yard with an axe in head reminiscent of the Axeman of New Orleans. In a fight of good versus evil, Danni and Quinn must root out the evil doing these crimes. This was a great fast read.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ingrid Stephens

    Another fun read by Heather Graham. Yes, it is a Halloween story but the last thing I want to read is dystopian novels right now. In this one the spirit of New Orleans mass murderer The Ax-man has returned and is killing again, or is he? Someone surely is, and they are using the Ax man's signature method, an ax to the head! Nice and short an easy read and pretty damn good! Another fun read by Heather Graham. Yes, it is a Halloween story but the last thing I want to read is dystopian novels right now. In this one the spirit of New Orleans mass murderer The Ax-man has returned and is killing again, or is he? Someone surely is, and they are using the Ax man's signature method, an ax to the head! Nice and short an easy read and pretty damn good!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Delio

    Exceptional Story I absolutely love books by Heather Graham. I try and get every book I can get my hands on that I did not read. I think everyone who loves to 're will enjoy her stories. Exceptional Story I absolutely love books by Heather Graham. I try and get every book I can get my hands on that I did not read. I think everyone who loves to 're will enjoy her stories.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Monica Geary

    Romance and horror mixed. Another wonderful Cafferty and Quinn. Sweet romance mixed with horror and crime. I love the whole cast of characters, it's like visiting old friends. The story was very well developed for a novella. Romance and horror mixed. Another wonderful Cafferty and Quinn. Sweet romance mixed with horror and crime. I love the whole cast of characters, it's like visiting old friends. The story was very well developed for a novella.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ann

    Instead of Mardi Gras it is Halloween. I love the history and how they have these stories that relate to the book. It was fast passed and a quick read. Loved all the characters and how they all added to the story.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn Slusher

    At first, I️ thought this storyline was going to be similar to another of her Halloween stories. I️ was pleased that it was based on a totally different storyline.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Cathie

    Quick Read Enjoyed the new adventure of Danni and Quinn. However, there are numerous grammatical mistakes and misspellings. Several times the categorised Sean I stead of Quinn.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Hunt

    Great Book I loved this book it was truly a great read and I would recommend to all my friends and family

  23. 4 out of 5

    Marcia Ditter

    Wow here is another great Cafferty and Quinn book. Really wish that Heather Graham would write more books in this series.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Catherine

    Great creepy story with good details, but lots of errors. Still ,don't read at night. Great creepy story with good details, but lots of errors. Still ,don't read at night.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sheila

    Halloween in New Orleans. How much creepier can it get?

  26. 4 out of 5

    Stacy McKitrick

    Short and sweet, it was entertaining and brought me back to a series I enjoy.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Darlene

    I absolutely love anything that Heather Graham writes. I really loved this book... it kept me interested and I couldn’t put the book down until I was done.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Keri

    It was a good story and a quick read. It does need another round of proofreading, lots of grammatical errors. However, I am a huge Heather Graham fan. Love the Halloween theme with this one!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Val

    Crazy fantastic!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Bertina

    Creepy short story for Cafferty and Quinn - I Loved It

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