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Edward can see ghosts, but that's not what haunts him. Edward Meyer is returning to his hometown of Miller's Crossing with his two children after the tragic loss of his wife. This move is ironic, since it was the mysterious death of his parents that forced him away. He is looking for a quiet setting for them to start over, but what he finds is anything but. Dark trut Edward can see ghosts, but that's not what haunts him. Edward Meyer is returning to his hometown of Miller's Crossing with his two children after the tragic loss of his wife. This move is ironic, since it was the mysterious death of his parents that forced him away. He is looking for a quiet setting for them to start over, but what he finds is anything but. Dark truths and a centuries old family secret await him. With the help of his local minister and a historic religious relic, Edward joins the eternal battle of good versus evil and the devils of his past. If you enjoy paranormal thrillers doused in the historical legends of the Vatican and Knights Templar, then this book is for you. Buy David Clark's The Ghosts of Miller's Crossing and take the journey with Edward.


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Edward can see ghosts, but that's not what haunts him. Edward Meyer is returning to his hometown of Miller's Crossing with his two children after the tragic loss of his wife. This move is ironic, since it was the mysterious death of his parents that forced him away. He is looking for a quiet setting for them to start over, but what he finds is anything but. Dark trut Edward can see ghosts, but that's not what haunts him. Edward Meyer is returning to his hometown of Miller's Crossing with his two children after the tragic loss of his wife. This move is ironic, since it was the mysterious death of his parents that forced him away. He is looking for a quiet setting for them to start over, but what he finds is anything but. Dark truths and a centuries old family secret await him. With the help of his local minister and a historic religious relic, Edward joins the eternal battle of good versus evil and the devils of his past. If you enjoy paranormal thrillers doused in the historical legends of the Vatican and Knights Templar, then this book is for you. Buy David Clark's The Ghosts of Miller's Crossing and take the journey with Edward.

30 review for The Ghosts of Miller's Crossing

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kayla Marie

    i really hope there's a book 2 coming for this! i really hope there's a book 2 coming for this!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Billie

    More than Ghosts haunt you in his ghost story.Edward Meyer is returning back to his home town after the tragic loss of his wife. This move is rather ironic since it was the tragic loss of his parents that forced him away in the first place. When he returns, he learns a deep family secret that goes beyond the spirits that roam the town. A secret that goes back centuries and involves the Vatican, Knights Templar, and sacred religious relics. This was an absolutely amazing read. I love the dark paran More than Ghosts haunt you in his ghost story.Edward Meyer is returning back to his home town after the tragic loss of his wife. This move is rather ironic since it was the tragic loss of his parents that forced him away in the first place. When he returns, he learns a deep family secret that goes beyond the spirits that roam the town. A secret that goes back centuries and involves the Vatican, Knights Templar, and sacred religious relics. This was an absolutely amazing read. I love the dark paranormal theme of this novel. Written superbly in a way that the suspense is always there and you can't stop til you get to the end. I love the way the characters were written and portrayed. The story is told expertly. I am a huge fan of this author's works and look forward to reading more from him. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jeanne

    When I began reading The Ghosts of Miller’s Crossing, I was expecting an average ghost story. What a pleasant surprise when I read this paranormal gem. The story is filled with suspense, intrigue, and, of course, ghosts – many, many ghosts. I very much enjoyed Edward, his children, and the town. I do hope that there will be a follow up to this tale. I received a free ARC of the book in exchange for an honest review.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Moser

    This is a well written book with strong characters and an intriguing story line. The author does a great job developing the story and pulling you in with all the happenings. It's an interesting story with a cast of well developed characters ... mostly ghosts who the townsfolk expect Edward to remove. The story moves at a steady pace and I enjoyed reading. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book. All opinions in this review are my own and freely given. This is a well written book with strong characters and an intriguing story line. The author does a great job developing the story and pulling you in with all the happenings. It's an interesting story with a cast of well developed characters ... mostly ghosts who the townsfolk expect Edward to remove. The story moves at a steady pace and I enjoyed reading. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book. All opinions in this review are my own and freely given.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Peter Younghusband

    I discovered this author through a Facebook advert for this series which highlighted its prequel, The Origins of Miller's Crossing. I started reading that one just to see what the writing was like and to get a feel for the novel. I was hooked from the first page and finished that over the next day. It was so absorbing and riveting that I had to continue with this next one, The Ghosts of Miller's Crossing. What impressed me was three things, the writing, the plot and the adherence to biblical spi I discovered this author through a Facebook advert for this series which highlighted its prequel, The Origins of Miller's Crossing. I started reading that one just to see what the writing was like and to get a feel for the novel. I was hooked from the first page and finished that over the next day. It was so absorbing and riveting that I had to continue with this next one, The Ghosts of Miller's Crossing. What impressed me was three things, the writing, the plot and the adherence to biblical spiritual warfare. However, it is obvious this series has a Catholic bent to it seeing it is set against the Roman Catholic Church's hierarchy towards demonology and exorcism and other Catholic nuances. However, I am impressed that the overriding and dominant treatment of the demonic possession and oppression was through exercising the Word of God and the Name of Jesus to defeat the demonic infestation. In other Catholic fiction, I have read, I have been disappointed and angered that the author has placed Catholic doctrine dominant over Biblical doctrine concerning spiritual warfare and demonology. I cannot say this concerning this author, whom I presume is Catholic. One other aspect that I liked was the adherence to the authority of the Word of God and that the demons were not more powerful than this or of God. They had to obey the Word of God and being ordered to depart in Jesus' name. To me, this is true horror as the Bible shows the origin of it, of demons, their possession and oppression of mankind and their place and demise from what Jesus achieved on the Cross; victory over sin, death, and the defeat of any power the demonic has over mankind. I have no problem classifying this series as Christian horror. It is well-done, it honors the Word of God, and is not disrespectful of God. Clark's use of poetic licence regarding the earthbound ghosts, spirits or the demons and their behaviour does not conflict or undermine the Bible's doctrine on spiritual warfare or of who God is. This poetic licence of why these ghosts remain on earth and their hierarchy is not Biblical but does add a layer of suspense, horror and world-building to this series. There were a few typos, I counted three, but being therefore infrequent, it did not detract from the novel or interrupt the flow of reading and its understanding. The back story relating to Edward's family history chronicled in the prequel and his upbringing in this novel adds to the suspense and horror of this engaging plot. Edward's conflict regarding who he is, his supernatural gifting and the errors of the past against him taking up this mantle of demon warrior keep you focused and committed to keeping reading, albeit on the edge of your seat. I would love to see this as a four-part TV series as long as it adhered to the novels exactly (prequel and books 1-3). I am hooked on the series and am glad I have the remaining two to feast on. Highly Recommended.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Stella Stephens

    Good book This was a good book. It kept you interested and guessing. It had a good ending to it which is rare.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Scarolet Ellis

    The Ghost's of Millers Crossing by David Clark is one of the most amazing books I have read that is a Sci-Fi in awhile. I loved reading this story with thrillers, horror and mystery in it all writen by a brand new author for me to read. I highly recommend this story to everyone who loves reading about Sci-Fi, thrillers and horror in their stories. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. The Ghost's of Millers Crossing by David Clark is one of the most amazing books I have read that is a Sci-Fi in awhile. I loved reading this story with thrillers, horror and mystery in it all writen by a brand new author for me to read. I highly recommend this story to everyone who loves reading about Sci-Fi, thrillers and horror in their stories. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Pat Eroh

    A summary of this story is under the title so I will just give you my thoughts. Absolutely the best ghost story I have ever read and I have read some really great ones. This is so unique that it will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    I found this to be a very interesting book. The suspense stays at a high level throughout the book and the characters were well written. The town and it’s history really added to the story. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone looking for a good suspenseful ghost story. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn Strength

    Loved it, loved it, loved it! This book grabbed me right away. It grabbed me so tight I could not put it down. So... I stayed up too late but ..... what's a little lost sleep when you are having fun. I highly recommend The Ghosts of Miller's Crossing to anyone who likes reading ghost stories. Thanks, David Clark. Over and out. I'm headed over to find another of your books. Loved it, loved it, loved it! This book grabbed me right away. It grabbed me so tight I could not put it down. So... I stayed up too late but ..... what's a little lost sleep when you are having fun. I highly recommend The Ghosts of Miller's Crossing to anyone who likes reading ghost stories. Thanks, David Clark. Over and out. I'm headed over to find another of your books.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Conny

    I loved the cover, that's why I got the book. But the story was something else. I saw many 4 and 5 stars, so it must be good. Well, not for me, sorry. I started skipping pages too soon, could not get into the story. Not going to read the next book. I loved the cover, that's why I got the book. But the story was something else. I saw many 4 and 5 stars, so it must be good. Well, not for me, sorry. I started skipping pages too soon, could not get into the story. Not going to read the next book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Fatimah Gunn

    Loved It!!! One of the best books I have read in a while! I can’t wait for the next book. The author has the skill to make this book seem Very realistic and I enjoyed the supernatural aspect of it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Heather Bane

    This book had me drawn in from beginning to end. The story and characters are very well written. A really great ghost story that I highly recommend!! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Gerhart

    Slow start but what a thrill ride. Now this author has me hooked/ Edward has discovered he has power and can develop more, to fight the demons that want to take over the earth. I can hardly wait. It has now become addictive and where's that sequel???? Slow start but what a thrill ride. Now this author has me hooked/ Edward has discovered he has power and can develop more, to fight the demons that want to take over the earth. I can hardly wait. It has now become addictive and where's that sequel????

  15. 4 out of 5

    lori letourneau

    Good read This book was good had a lot of action in it and kept my interest! I would recommend it !

  16. 4 out of 5

    derek sadler

    A really enjoyable read . Looking forward to the next instalment. A easy read with good characters and plot that keeps you wanting to find out what happens next .

  17. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne Rankin

    Interesting...but The book was an interesting concept. There were so many Taylor's and grammatical errors that it was difficult to read. Interesting...but The book was an interesting concept. There were so many Taylor's and grammatical errors that it was difficult to read.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Hollie Brimble

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The Ghosts of Miller's Crossing was truly a work of art. As an introduction into a series, the story flowed so well and effortlessly. It was such an easy book to just pick up and read. I read the whole thing in just a few days (damn sleep and work getting in the way!) Otherwise I easily could have finished this book quicker. The characters are so strong throughout. Edward and his family are excellent characters. At first, I thought it was going to be one of them psychological books based in a nu The Ghosts of Miller's Crossing was truly a work of art. As an introduction into a series, the story flowed so well and effortlessly. It was such an easy book to just pick up and read. I read the whole thing in just a few days (damn sleep and work getting in the way!) Otherwise I easily could have finished this book quicker. The characters are so strong throughout. Edward and his family are excellent characters. At first, I thought it was going to be one of them psychological books based in a nut house where it all turns out to be a dream, and thank god, I was wrong. It had a strong story-line throughout that kept you reading. Edward was a character I seemed to like the most. He was a strong figure that had been through a lot and still kept his cool and was very likeable. There's always that, 'on edge' feeling when you KNOW someone needs to be the hero. I loved how in depth it went into demonology VS the church. How the repercussions of an action that seems innocent may actually have a horrid revelation. As a first-in-the-series book, it really was brilliant. I cannot wait to pick up the rest of the series. David Clark has just made my 'Favourite Author' list.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    I enjoyed this book very much! I discovered it through a Facebook advert and decided to download the whole series. I figured, why not? It seems right up my ally as I thoroughly enjoy paranormal books and things of that nature. This book did not disappoint. It is full of ghosts, and demons and definitely creeped me out. It is full of religious context as well, as there is a priest in town and the way to vanquish the ghosts and demons is by summoning the “word of God” and all that. However it does I enjoyed this book very much! I discovered it through a Facebook advert and decided to download the whole series. I figured, why not? It seems right up my ally as I thoroughly enjoy paranormal books and things of that nature. This book did not disappoint. It is full of ghosts, and demons and definitely creeped me out. It is full of religious context as well, as there is a priest in town and the way to vanquish the ghosts and demons is by summoning the “word of God” and all that. However it does not distract from the creepiness factor of the story so I thought that was well done. The characters are very nicely portrayed and well developed. They’re all very realistic and seem like people I would enjoy getting to know. There were some grammatical and spelling errors in the story which were easy to spot, so I’m not sure why they were missed. They distracted me momentarily but I still enjoyed the story. I am now reading book 2, “The Demon of Miller’s Crossing” and there are yet more errors in that one. Perhaps the author would like to hire me as editor? Just a thought! 🤗

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    This is not your ordinary run of the mill ghost story and there are some wonderful little surprises in this plot. The main character is Edward and he hasn’t had the greatest of lives so far. His parents were killed in their home and so he had to go into foster care, he had to go into hospital when he started seeing ghosts. Even after all that he tried to get his life together and had been doing well until his wife died leaving him to be single parent family with two kids. Edward then makes a cho This is not your ordinary run of the mill ghost story and there are some wonderful little surprises in this plot. The main character is Edward and he hasn’t had the greatest of lives so far. His parents were killed in their home and so he had to go into foster care, he had to go into hospital when he started seeing ghosts. Even after all that he tried to get his life together and had been doing well until his wife died leaving him to be single parent family with two kids. Edward then makes a choice that literally haunted him, he moved back to the old family home in a small village and the ghosts started to reappear. There is a lot of story to this plot and a lot of history with the town and Edward’s family that is explored and expertly written by the author. This is a riveting and unique ghost story that is thoroughly enjoyable to read. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  21. 5 out of 5

    John Morris

    Not for me, I'm afraid. I'm afraid I didn't manage to get even half way through this book before giving up. It just wasn't my cup of tea at all. I noted all the four and five star ratings it attracted but, I found it boring and rather silly. The concept of a small rural town being a magnet for supernatural phenomenon was good but, for me at least, the story just didn't hang together. Not for me, I'm afraid. I'm afraid I didn't manage to get even half way through this book before giving up. It just wasn't my cup of tea at all. I noted all the four and five star ratings it attracted but, I found it boring and rather silly. The concept of a small rural town being a magnet for supernatural phenomenon was good but, for me at least, the story just didn't hang together.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Pamela Aidan

    The idea that everyone one who's a native of Miller's Crossing can see ghosts is a new approach but that is where new or twisty begins and ends in Clark's novel. The inconsistences and miscomprehension of b-a-s-i-c Christian teaching in a story that purports to have its origins in the Vatican are deadly to the conception of the characters and the plot. It might have been a decent story if the author had done some research and applied it. The idea that everyone one who's a native of Miller's Crossing can see ghosts is a new approach but that is where new or twisty begins and ends in Clark's novel. The inconsistences and miscomprehension of b-a-s-i-c Christian teaching in a story that purports to have its origins in the Vatican are deadly to the conception of the characters and the plot. It might have been a decent story if the author had done some research and applied it.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Julie Rein

    Absolutely riveting reading! Ghosts demons and the warriors who fight them A new author for me, one I'm very glad I found! This book was fast paced and action packed. Well developed characters and a plot that keeps you on your toes start to finish! I want to read more from this author! Absolutely riveting reading! Ghosts demons and the warriors who fight them A new author for me, one I'm very glad I found! This book was fast paced and action packed. Well developed characters and a plot that keeps you on your toes start to finish! I want to read more from this author!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tanya

    After his wife died, he decided to go home hoping for some peace and quiet. Unfortunately he is not going to get it as there is a secret battle.going on brood and evil. How will he get on? Will he join in with the battle? See how he gets on I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  25. 4 out of 5

    karin whitehead

    The Ghosts of Killers Crossing It you enjoy a good ghost story, well you find it here! Fast paced, good character development, and just enough scary to keep you engrossed! If you're a skeptic, this might just convince you of the existence of ghosts! I truly recommend this book, it's well written and an excellent read! The Ghosts of Killers Crossing It you enjoy a good ghost story, well you find it here! Fast paced, good character development, and just enough scary to keep you engrossed! If you're a skeptic, this might just convince you of the existence of ghosts! I truly recommend this book, it's well written and an excellent read!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Spookylady

    This is a very emotionally-charged book with an excellent story line. I really felt for the main character and the hand life dealt him. Edward does his best to protect his children and his sanity when he goes back to his roots and finds out things about himself and his family he never knew. I really enjoyed it.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Doreen Fernandes

    Evil Ghosts This book, in spite of the typographical and grammatical errors still rates a five star. I was glued to the book and its characters. The story was well fleshed out and I could actually feel the eeriness of Miller's Crossing. I enjoyed reading it in one sitting. I will be reading the next book as I am curious to know what happens next. Evil Ghosts This book, in spite of the typographical and grammatical errors still rates a five star. I was glued to the book and its characters. The story was well fleshed out and I could actually feel the eeriness of Miller's Crossing. I enjoyed reading it in one sitting. I will be reading the next book as I am curious to know what happens next.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Interesting new way to look at ghosts I love stories about ghosts and people who can communicate with them. This is the first one I’ve read with a whole town that can see them and a man who is their greatest hope for battling the evil ones while also helping lost souls find their way. Ready for the next one! I like the characters and the story. Well done.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Rose Aitken

    way too cheesey If you like cheese with your horror biscuit then this book is ideal. Unfortunately or fortunately depending on how you look at it I do not. This book has corn andd cheese written all over it. More cheese anyone?

  30. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    My biggest complaint with this series is how broken up into individual books the story is. This "book" is 177 pages, and it would've been nice to have it combined with the next installment, as this book ends very abruptly. My biggest complaint with this series is how broken up into individual books the story is. This "book" is 177 pages, and it would've been nice to have it combined with the next installment, as this book ends very abruptly.

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