A Game of Ghosts

A Game of Ghosts

It is deep winter. The darkness is unending.The private detective named Jaycob Eklund has vanished, and Charlie Parker is dispatched to track him down. Parker's employer, Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, has his own reasons for wanting Eklund found. Eklund is no ordinary investigator. He is obsessively tracking a series of homicides and disappea It is deep winter. The darkness is unending.The private detective named Jaycob Eklund has vanished, and Charlie Parker is...

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Title:A Game of Ghosts
Author:John Connolly
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:B01INGSRRK
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:464 pages pages

A Game of Ghosts Reviews

  • Taryn
    Jul 10, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

    John Connolly is really at the top of his game with ?A Game of Ghosts". Hands down, the best supernatural thriller series out there. I am always bummed when I finish the latest in the series and have to wait for the next release. I want it now. ...

    Another exceptional entry in the Charlie Parker series with Charlie investigating the disappearance of a private investigator at the request of the FBI man Ross, with a mysterious group known as The Brethren working its way into the mystery. All of the familiar characters are present i...

    ????????????! ??? ???? ??? ???? ? John Connolly ???????????? ?? ?? ????? ???!! ...

    Howard ?Nippy Zippy? Berg is widely considered to be the fastest reader of all time. Like an alien from deep outer space, or a mutant that has obtained the next level of human evolution, Berg is able to read a blazing 25,000 words per minute. Yet when John Connolly releases a new a...

    I received an advance copy of this novel from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. One of my favorite mystery series with a supernatural element that started out low key in earlier installments and has come more and more to the forefront. Clearly, we are...

    After taking a backseat for much of the prior book's narrative, PI Charlie Parker returns as the central focus to A Game of Ghosts. Escaping into the works of John Connolly is always a welcome retreat for me, although this fifteenth entry into this author's eponymous detective series f...

    These are my thoughts after reading the six-page first chapter. Private detective Charlie Parker ruminates about his past as he walks the snowy streets of Portland, Maine. His body has been through the wringer. He's scheduled to meet with FBI agent Edgar Ross at a bar, but he doesn'...

  • Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
    Mar 29, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

  • Karl
    Apr 20, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

  • Brandon
    Apr 25, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

  • Sue
    Jun 20, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

  • Gatorman
    Jul 11, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

    John Connolly is really at the top of his game with ?A Game of Ghosts". Hands down, the best supernatural thriller series out there. I am always bummed when I finish the latest in the series and have to wait for the next release. I want it now. ...

    Another exceptional entry in the Charlie Parker series with Charlie investigating the disappearance of a private investigator at the request of the FBI man Ross, with a mysterious group known as The Brethren working its way into the mystery. All of the familiar characters are present i...

  • Μαρία Γεωργοπούλου
    Aug 07, 2018

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

    John Connolly is really at the top of his game with ?A Game of Ghosts". Hands down, the best supernatural thriller series out there. I am always bummed when I finish the latest in the series and have to wait for the next release. I want it now. ...

    Another exceptional entry in the Charlie Parker series with Charlie investigating the disappearance of a private investigator at the request of the FBI man Ross, with a mysterious group known as The Brethren working its way into the mystery. All of the familiar characters are present i...

    ????????????! ??? ???? ??? ???? ? John Connolly ???????????? ?? ?? ????? ???!! ...

  • Debra
    Nov 21, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

  • Pamela Scott
    May 21, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

    John Connolly is really at the top of his game with ?A Game of Ghosts". Hands down, the best supernatural thriller series out there. I am always bummed when I finish the latest in the series and have to wait for the next release. I want it now. ...

    Another exceptional entry in the Charlie Parker series with Charlie investigating the disappearance of a private investigator at the request of the FBI man Ross, with a mysterious group known as The Brethren working its way into the mystery. All of the familiar characters are present i...

    ????????????! ??? ???? ??? ???? ? John Connolly ???????????? ?? ?? ????? ???!! ...

    Howard ?Nippy Zippy? Berg is widely considered to be the fastest reader of all time. Like an alien from deep outer space, or a mutant that has obtained the next level of human evolution, Berg is able to read a blazing 25,000 words per minute. Yet when John Connolly releases a new a...

    I received an advance copy of this novel from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. One of my favorite mystery series with a supernatural element that started out low key in earlier installments and has come more and more to the forefront. Clearly, we are...

    After taking a backseat for much of the prior book's narrative, PI Charlie Parker returns as the central focus to A Game of Ghosts. Escaping into the works of John Connolly is always a welcome retreat for me, although this fifteenth entry into this author's eponymous detective series f...

    These are my thoughts after reading the six-page first chapter. Private detective Charlie Parker ruminates about his past as he walks the snowy streets of Portland, Maine. His body has been through the wringer. He's scheduled to meet with FBI agent Edgar Ross at a bar, but he doesn'...

    Classic Connolly as always! You'd be treated to all your favorite characters, and more. Don't want to give away spoilers , but news awaits hardcore fans of the series in terms of one of the regular Characters........ - there, thats all I'll say! Enjoy the ride! Eagerly awaiting the...

    ??? 15? ?????????? ???, ? ?????? ?????? ?? ????????? ?? ?????????? ??? ????????? ???, ???????? ????????? ???????? ???????, ? ?????? ???? ???????????. ? ????...

    Another year and another excellent installment in a new Charlie Parker installment and I must admit John Connolly did deliver once again in an excellent novel that read as easily as usual and the story was as exciting as always and yet light on its feet like a boxer floating like a but...

    OK, not the best--the best in this series were the first five books, I thought--but still a very good read. It's amazing that an author can keep a series going to this extent, with little or no lessening of writing craft and style, solid plots, and strong characters not found by the do...

    John Connolly is a decathlon writer. There are at least 10 different skills he excels at and which are demonstrated here. A thriller, a mystery, a viscous cabal from several dimensions, a criminal mob, a trio of investigators and their employer, FBI tangents, educational prof., psychic...

    This is the 15th outing for Connolly's PI turned supernatural avenger, and once again Charlie Parker confronts the latest cult of ancient evil to come crawling out of the undergrowth. Like all the best series, the Parker saga is being told in slow time and the overall arc creeps forwar...

    Game of Ghosts is the fifteenth book in a series featuring private investigator Charlie Parker. Parker?s bloodstained past has turned him into a man for whom evil is not just a philosophical concept, but a palpable presence. At this point in time, Parker is working off the books for ...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... This is the 15th Charlie Parker thriller and the books get better each time. I?ve been a rabid fan of Parker?s strange cases since the first book, Every Dead Thing which means I have been reading the author for more than 15 years. That ga...

  • Bill
    May 12, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

    John Connolly is really at the top of his game with ?A Game of Ghosts". Hands down, the best supernatural thriller series out there. I am always bummed when I finish the latest in the series and have to wait for the next release. I want it now. ...

  • Bam
    Jul 18, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

  • Chris
    Jun 24, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

    John Connolly is really at the top of his game with ?A Game of Ghosts". Hands down, the best supernatural thriller series out there. I am always bummed when I finish the latest in the series and have to wait for the next release. I want it now. ...

    Another exceptional entry in the Charlie Parker series with Charlie investigating the disappearance of a private investigator at the request of the FBI man Ross, with a mysterious group known as The Brethren working its way into the mystery. All of the familiar characters are present i...

    ????????????! ??? ???? ??? ???? ? John Connolly ???????????? ?? ?? ????? ???!! ...

    Howard ?Nippy Zippy? Berg is widely considered to be the fastest reader of all time. Like an alien from deep outer space, or a mutant that has obtained the next level of human evolution, Berg is able to read a blazing 25,000 words per minute. Yet when John Connolly releases a new a...

    I received an advance copy of this novel from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. One of my favorite mystery series with a supernatural element that started out low key in earlier installments and has come more and more to the forefront. Clearly, we are...

  • Michael Hicks
    Jun 01, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

    John Connolly is really at the top of his game with ?A Game of Ghosts". Hands down, the best supernatural thriller series out there. I am always bummed when I finish the latest in the series and have to wait for the next release. I want it now. ...

    Another exceptional entry in the Charlie Parker series with Charlie investigating the disappearance of a private investigator at the request of the FBI man Ross, with a mysterious group known as The Brethren working its way into the mystery. All of the familiar characters are present i...

    ????????????! ??? ???? ??? ???? ? John Connolly ???????????? ?? ?? ????? ???!! ...

    Howard ?Nippy Zippy? Berg is widely considered to be the fastest reader of all time. Like an alien from deep outer space, or a mutant that has obtained the next level of human evolution, Berg is able to read a blazing 25,000 words per minute. Yet when John Connolly releases a new a...

    I received an advance copy of this novel from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. One of my favorite mystery series with a supernatural element that started out low key in earlier installments and has come more and more to the forefront. Clearly, we are...

    After taking a backseat for much of the prior book's narrative, PI Charlie Parker returns as the central focus to A Game of Ghosts. Escaping into the works of John Connolly is always a welcome retreat for me, although this fifteenth entry into this author's eponymous detective series f...

  • Char
    Jul 16, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

  • Mark
    Apr 22, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

    John Connolly is really at the top of his game with ?A Game of Ghosts". Hands down, the best supernatural thriller series out there. I am always bummed when I finish the latest in the series and have to wait for the next release. I want it now. ...

    Another exceptional entry in the Charlie Parker series with Charlie investigating the disappearance of a private investigator at the request of the FBI man Ross, with a mysterious group known as The Brethren working its way into the mystery. All of the familiar characters are present i...

    ????????????! ??? ???? ??? ???? ? John Connolly ???????????? ?? ?? ????? ???!! ...

    Howard ?Nippy Zippy? Berg is widely considered to be the fastest reader of all time. Like an alien from deep outer space, or a mutant that has obtained the next level of human evolution, Berg is able to read a blazing 25,000 words per minute. Yet when John Connolly releases a new a...

    I received an advance copy of this novel from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. One of my favorite mystery series with a supernatural element that started out low key in earlier installments and has come more and more to the forefront. Clearly, we are...

    After taking a backseat for much of the prior book's narrative, PI Charlie Parker returns as the central focus to A Game of Ghosts. Escaping into the works of John Connolly is always a welcome retreat for me, although this fifteenth entry into this author's eponymous detective series f...

    These are my thoughts after reading the six-page first chapter. Private detective Charlie Parker ruminates about his past as he walks the snowy streets of Portland, Maine. His body has been through the wringer. He's scheduled to meet with FBI agent Edgar Ross at a bar, but he doesn'...

    Classic Connolly as always! You'd be treated to all your favorite characters, and more. Don't want to give away spoilers , but news awaits hardcore fans of the series in terms of one of the regular Characters........ - there, thats all I'll say! Enjoy the ride! Eagerly awaiting the...

    ??? 15? ?????????? ???, ? ?????? ?????? ?? ????????? ?? ?????????? ??? ????????? ???, ???????? ????????? ???????? ???????, ? ?????? ???? ???????????. ? ????...

    Another year and another excellent installment in a new Charlie Parker installment and I must admit John Connolly did deliver once again in an excellent novel that read as easily as usual and the story was as exciting as always and yet light on its feet like a boxer floating like a but...

  • Phrynne
    Apr 14, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

  •  Olivermagnus
    Jul 24, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

    John Connolly is really at the top of his game with ?A Game of Ghosts". Hands down, the best supernatural thriller series out there. I am always bummed when I finish the latest in the series and have to wait for the next release. I want it now. ...

    Another exceptional entry in the Charlie Parker series with Charlie investigating the disappearance of a private investigator at the request of the FBI man Ross, with a mysterious group known as The Brethren working its way into the mystery. All of the familiar characters are present i...

    ????????????! ??? ???? ??? ???? ? John Connolly ???????????? ?? ?? ????? ???!! ...

    Howard ?Nippy Zippy? Berg is widely considered to be the fastest reader of all time. Like an alien from deep outer space, or a mutant that has obtained the next level of human evolution, Berg is able to read a blazing 25,000 words per minute. Yet when John Connolly releases a new a...

    I received an advance copy of this novel from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. One of my favorite mystery series with a supernatural element that started out low key in earlier installments and has come more and more to the forefront. Clearly, we are...

    After taking a backseat for much of the prior book's narrative, PI Charlie Parker returns as the central focus to A Game of Ghosts. Escaping into the works of John Connolly is always a welcome retreat for me, although this fifteenth entry into this author's eponymous detective series f...

    These are my thoughts after reading the six-page first chapter. Private detective Charlie Parker ruminates about his past as he walks the snowy streets of Portland, Maine. His body has been through the wringer. He's scheduled to meet with FBI agent Edgar Ross at a bar, but he doesn'...

    Classic Connolly as always! You'd be treated to all your favorite characters, and more. Don't want to give away spoilers , but news awaits hardcore fans of the series in terms of one of the regular Characters........ - there, thats all I'll say! Enjoy the ride! Eagerly awaiting the...

    ??? 15? ?????????? ???, ? ?????? ?????? ?? ????????? ?? ?????????? ??? ????????? ???, ???????? ????????? ???????? ???????, ? ?????? ???? ???????????. ? ????...

    Another year and another excellent installment in a new Charlie Parker installment and I must admit John Connolly did deliver once again in an excellent novel that read as easily as usual and the story was as exciting as always and yet light on its feet like a boxer floating like a but...

    OK, not the best--the best in this series were the first five books, I thought--but still a very good read. It's amazing that an author can keep a series going to this extent, with little or no lessening of writing craft and style, solid plots, and strong characters not found by the do...

    John Connolly is a decathlon writer. There are at least 10 different skills he excels at and which are demonstrated here. A thriller, a mystery, a viscous cabal from several dimensions, a criminal mob, a trio of investigators and their employer, FBI tangents, educational prof., psychic...

    This is the 15th outing for Connolly's PI turned supernatural avenger, and once again Charlie Parker confronts the latest cult of ancient evil to come crawling out of the undergrowth. Like all the best series, the Parker saga is being told in slow time and the overall arc creeps forwar...

    Game of Ghosts is the fifteenth book in a series featuring private investigator Charlie Parker. Parker?s bloodstained past has turned him into a man for whom evil is not just a philosophical concept, but a palpable presence. At this point in time, Parker is working off the books for ...

  • CL
    Jul 23, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

  • Jeanette
    Aug 22, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

    John Connolly is really at the top of his game with ?A Game of Ghosts". Hands down, the best supernatural thriller series out there. I am always bummed when I finish the latest in the series and have to wait for the next release. I want it now. ...

    Another exceptional entry in the Charlie Parker series with Charlie investigating the disappearance of a private investigator at the request of the FBI man Ross, with a mysterious group known as The Brethren working its way into the mystery. All of the familiar characters are present i...

    ????????????! ??? ???? ??? ???? ? John Connolly ???????????? ?? ?? ????? ???!! ...

    Howard ?Nippy Zippy? Berg is widely considered to be the fastest reader of all time. Like an alien from deep outer space, or a mutant that has obtained the next level of human evolution, Berg is able to read a blazing 25,000 words per minute. Yet when John Connolly releases a new a...

    I received an advance copy of this novel from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. One of my favorite mystery series with a supernatural element that started out low key in earlier installments and has come more and more to the forefront. Clearly, we are...

    After taking a backseat for much of the prior book's narrative, PI Charlie Parker returns as the central focus to A Game of Ghosts. Escaping into the works of John Connolly is always a welcome retreat for me, although this fifteenth entry into this author's eponymous detective series f...

    These are my thoughts after reading the six-page first chapter. Private detective Charlie Parker ruminates about his past as he walks the snowy streets of Portland, Maine. His body has been through the wringer. He's scheduled to meet with FBI agent Edgar Ross at a bar, but he doesn'...

    Classic Connolly as always! You'd be treated to all your favorite characters, and more. Don't want to give away spoilers , but news awaits hardcore fans of the series in terms of one of the regular Characters........ - there, thats all I'll say! Enjoy the ride! Eagerly awaiting the...

    ??? 15? ?????????? ???, ? ?????? ?????? ?? ????????? ?? ?????????? ??? ????????? ???, ???????? ????????? ???????? ???????, ? ?????? ???? ???????????. ? ????...

    Another year and another excellent installment in a new Charlie Parker installment and I must admit John Connolly did deliver once again in an excellent novel that read as easily as usual and the story was as exciting as always and yet light on its feet like a boxer floating like a but...

    OK, not the best--the best in this series were the first five books, I thought--but still a very good read. It's amazing that an author can keep a series going to this extent, with little or no lessening of writing craft and style, solid plots, and strong characters not found by the do...

    John Connolly is a decathlon writer. There are at least 10 different skills he excels at and which are demonstrated here. A thriller, a mystery, a viscous cabal from several dimensions, a criminal mob, a trio of investigators and their employer, FBI tangents, educational prof., psychic...

  • The Just-About-Cocky Ms M
    Jul 15, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

    John Connolly is really at the top of his game with ?A Game of Ghosts". Hands down, the best supernatural thriller series out there. I am always bummed when I finish the latest in the series and have to wait for the next release. I want it now. ...

    Another exceptional entry in the Charlie Parker series with Charlie investigating the disappearance of a private investigator at the request of the FBI man Ross, with a mysterious group known as The Brethren working its way into the mystery. All of the familiar characters are present i...

    ????????????! ??? ???? ??? ???? ? John Connolly ???????????? ?? ?? ????? ???!! ...

    Howard ?Nippy Zippy? Berg is widely considered to be the fastest reader of all time. Like an alien from deep outer space, or a mutant that has obtained the next level of human evolution, Berg is able to read a blazing 25,000 words per minute. Yet when John Connolly releases a new a...

    I received an advance copy of this novel from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. One of my favorite mystery series with a supernatural element that started out low key in earlier installments and has come more and more to the forefront. Clearly, we are...

    After taking a backseat for much of the prior book's narrative, PI Charlie Parker returns as the central focus to A Game of Ghosts. Escaping into the works of John Connolly is always a welcome retreat for me, although this fifteenth entry into this author's eponymous detective series f...

    These are my thoughts after reading the six-page first chapter. Private detective Charlie Parker ruminates about his past as he walks the snowy streets of Portland, Maine. His body has been through the wringer. He's scheduled to meet with FBI agent Edgar Ross at a bar, but he doesn'...

    Classic Connolly as always! You'd be treated to all your favorite characters, and more. Don't want to give away spoilers , but news awaits hardcore fans of the series in terms of one of the regular Characters........ - there, thats all I'll say! Enjoy the ride! Eagerly awaiting the...

    ??? 15? ?????????? ???, ? ?????? ?????? ?? ????????? ?? ?????????? ??? ????????? ???, ???????? ????????? ???????? ???????, ? ?????? ???? ???????????. ? ????...

    Another year and another excellent installment in a new Charlie Parker installment and I must admit John Connolly did deliver once again in an excellent novel that read as easily as usual and the story was as exciting as always and yet light on its feet like a boxer floating like a but...

    OK, not the best--the best in this series were the first five books, I thought--but still a very good read. It's amazing that an author can keep a series going to this extent, with little or no lessening of writing craft and style, solid plots, and strong characters not found by the do...

  • Zoeytron
    Jan 12, 2018

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

  • Linda Strong
    Jul 07, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

  • Liz Barnsley
    Feb 12, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

  • Faith
    Jan 16, 2018

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

  • Emma
    Mar 02, 2018

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

  • Rowena Hoseason
    Apr 30, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

    John Connolly is really at the top of his game with ?A Game of Ghosts". Hands down, the best supernatural thriller series out there. I am always bummed when I finish the latest in the series and have to wait for the next release. I want it now. ...

    Another exceptional entry in the Charlie Parker series with Charlie investigating the disappearance of a private investigator at the request of the FBI man Ross, with a mysterious group known as The Brethren working its way into the mystery. All of the familiar characters are present i...

    ????????????! ??? ???? ??? ???? ? John Connolly ???????????? ?? ?? ????? ???!! ...

    Howard ?Nippy Zippy? Berg is widely considered to be the fastest reader of all time. Like an alien from deep outer space, or a mutant that has obtained the next level of human evolution, Berg is able to read a blazing 25,000 words per minute. Yet when John Connolly releases a new a...

    I received an advance copy of this novel from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. One of my favorite mystery series with a supernatural element that started out low key in earlier installments and has come more and more to the forefront. Clearly, we are...

    After taking a backseat for much of the prior book's narrative, PI Charlie Parker returns as the central focus to A Game of Ghosts. Escaping into the works of John Connolly is always a welcome retreat for me, although this fifteenth entry into this author's eponymous detective series f...

    These are my thoughts after reading the six-page first chapter. Private detective Charlie Parker ruminates about his past as he walks the snowy streets of Portland, Maine. His body has been through the wringer. He's scheduled to meet with FBI agent Edgar Ross at a bar, but he doesn'...

    Classic Connolly as always! You'd be treated to all your favorite characters, and more. Don't want to give away spoilers , but news awaits hardcore fans of the series in terms of one of the regular Characters........ - there, thats all I'll say! Enjoy the ride! Eagerly awaiting the...

    ??? 15? ?????????? ???, ? ?????? ?????? ?? ????????? ?? ?????????? ??? ????????? ???, ???????? ????????? ???????? ???????, ? ?????? ???? ???????????. ? ????...

    Another year and another excellent installment in a new Charlie Parker installment and I must admit John Connolly did deliver once again in an excellent novel that read as easily as usual and the story was as exciting as always and yet light on its feet like a boxer floating like a but...

    OK, not the best--the best in this series were the first five books, I thought--but still a very good read. It's amazing that an author can keep a series going to this extent, with little or no lessening of writing craft and style, solid plots, and strong characters not found by the do...

    John Connolly is a decathlon writer. There are at least 10 different skills he excels at and which are demonstrated here. A thriller, a mystery, a viscous cabal from several dimensions, a criminal mob, a trio of investigators and their employer, FBI tangents, educational prof., psychic...

    This is the 15th outing for Connolly's PI turned supernatural avenger, and once again Charlie Parker confronts the latest cult of ancient evil to come crawling out of the undergrowth. Like all the best series, the Parker saga is being told in slow time and the overall arc creeps forwar...

  • Meredith
    Sep 24, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

  • Γιώργος Δάμτσιος
    Jul 04, 2018

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

    John Connolly is really at the top of his game with ?A Game of Ghosts". Hands down, the best supernatural thriller series out there. I am always bummed when I finish the latest in the series and have to wait for the next release. I want it now. ...

    Another exceptional entry in the Charlie Parker series with Charlie investigating the disappearance of a private investigator at the request of the FBI man Ross, with a mysterious group known as The Brethren working its way into the mystery. All of the familiar characters are present i...

    ????????????! ??? ???? ??? ???? ? John Connolly ???????????? ?? ?? ????? ???!! ...

    Howard ?Nippy Zippy? Berg is widely considered to be the fastest reader of all time. Like an alien from deep outer space, or a mutant that has obtained the next level of human evolution, Berg is able to read a blazing 25,000 words per minute. Yet when John Connolly releases a new a...

    I received an advance copy of this novel from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. One of my favorite mystery series with a supernatural element that started out low key in earlier installments and has come more and more to the forefront. Clearly, we are...

    After taking a backseat for much of the prior book's narrative, PI Charlie Parker returns as the central focus to A Game of Ghosts. Escaping into the works of John Connolly is always a welcome retreat for me, although this fifteenth entry into this author's eponymous detective series f...

    These are my thoughts after reading the six-page first chapter. Private detective Charlie Parker ruminates about his past as he walks the snowy streets of Portland, Maine. His body has been through the wringer. He's scheduled to meet with FBI agent Edgar Ross at a bar, but he doesn'...

    Classic Connolly as always! You'd be treated to all your favorite characters, and more. Don't want to give away spoilers , but news awaits hardcore fans of the series in terms of one of the regular Characters........ - there, thats all I'll say! Enjoy the ride! Eagerly awaiting the...

    ??? 15? ?????????? ???, ? ?????? ?????? ?? ????????? ?? ?????????? ??? ????????? ???, ???????? ????????? ???????? ???????, ? ?????? ???? ???????????. ? ????...

  • Raj
    May 30, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

    John Connolly is really at the top of his game with ?A Game of Ghosts". Hands down, the best supernatural thriller series out there. I am always bummed when I finish the latest in the series and have to wait for the next release. I want it now. ...

    Another exceptional entry in the Charlie Parker series with Charlie investigating the disappearance of a private investigator at the request of the FBI man Ross, with a mysterious group known as The Brethren working its way into the mystery. All of the familiar characters are present i...

    ????????????! ??? ???? ??? ???? ? John Connolly ???????????? ?? ?? ????? ???!! ...

    Howard ?Nippy Zippy? Berg is widely considered to be the fastest reader of all time. Like an alien from deep outer space, or a mutant that has obtained the next level of human evolution, Berg is able to read a blazing 25,000 words per minute. Yet when John Connolly releases a new a...

    I received an advance copy of this novel from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. One of my favorite mystery series with a supernatural element that started out low key in earlier installments and has come more and more to the forefront. Clearly, we are...

    After taking a backseat for much of the prior book's narrative, PI Charlie Parker returns as the central focus to A Game of Ghosts. Escaping into the works of John Connolly is always a welcome retreat for me, although this fifteenth entry into this author's eponymous detective series f...

    These are my thoughts after reading the six-page first chapter. Private detective Charlie Parker ruminates about his past as he walks the snowy streets of Portland, Maine. His body has been through the wringer. He's scheduled to meet with FBI agent Edgar Ross at a bar, but he doesn'...

    Classic Connolly as always! You'd be treated to all your favorite characters, and more. Don't want to give away spoilers , but news awaits hardcore fans of the series in terms of one of the regular Characters........ - there, thats all I'll say! Enjoy the ride! Eagerly awaiting the...

  • Truman32
    Jul 24, 2017

    As the next chapter in John Connolly's Charlie Parker exploits hit the floor running with "A Game of Ghosts". One realizes just how fond we have become of Charlie and his family, yet having to wait an entire year for the next installment has caused a certain amount of salivation to occ...

    Dark, eerie, and super creepy! A Game of Ghosts, the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series, is filled with supernatural elements, oddball characters, and of course as the title implies, ghosts. Tasked by SAC Ross to track down a PI gone missing, Parker; along with Angel and ...

    Book 15 in the Charlie Parker series and I loved every word of it! Everyone who matters was in it, Charlie, Angel, Louis, Sam, Jennifer, even Rachel although if she sinks any lower in my estimation I will be glad if she is not in the next one! Oh and the Collector of course featured la...

    At some point, the screaming will end . . . Strangeness abides within these pages. A series of hauntings, those who wander the paths of the dead, and others who stagger under the gravity of grief. The Brethren, watching and waiting. The Hollow Men, with their crispy whispers...

    3.5 stars A Man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders. - Lord Dunsany Charlie Parker has been asked by Edgar Ross, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate a private detective, Jaycob Eklund, who has vanished. Eklund has been ...

    Oh look its that time of year where I?m reading the next novel in the Charlie Parker series from John Connolly, ending up emotionally traumatised (and boy was THAT true this time) then wondering what the heck else I can say that I haven?t already said that can get across the pure b...

    I read a lot of books, but if I had to pick just let's say five books to read during one year would the latest Charlie Parker book be among them. It strange to think back to the first time I read a Charlie Parker book (not from the beginning) and how I liked the book, but never thought...

    4.5/5 stars! This time around Charlie Parker is hired to look into the disappearance of Jaycob Eklund. Jaycob is a P.I. that has mysteriously vanished while investigating the history of a group named The Brethren. Louis and Angel get involved and the Collector and his aging father d...

    Despite hitting number 15, this series remains as brutally, bloodily vibrant as its first offering. Not only that, but things change- this is a novel of transformation, most of it far from good. The strands of recent trauma tighten to life threatening levels, while the hints about Sam'...

    I have read every Charlie Parker book and I have loved every one. In this book Charlie Parker is tasked to find a missing investigator and is not told the real reason why. As he gets closer and closer it becomes clear this man was more than a simple investigator. He has been following ...

    *4.5 stars. Get ready for a spine-tingling ghost story as Charlie Parker once again delves into the supernatural in this fifteenth book in the series. Who is Charlie Parker? A detective who 'died not once but three times following [a] shooting at his home and was brought back b...

    John Connolly is an amazing writer and Charlie Parker a great creation. This outing contains so many aspects of the mystery, with supernatural overtones, that I appreciate, that it's difficult to know where to begin. First of course is Parker himself with his unconventional life, famil...

    At the conclusion of the eleventh book in the series, THE WRATH OF ANGELS, Parker came into contact with a list containing the names of many evil men and women. Following the discovery of this list, Parker connected with FBI Agent Ross, a man with whom Parker has since struck a deal. I...

    I'm not a huge fan of series, but I have read some of the other books in this series, including the last 3 books, and they seem to be trending more towards the paranormal and less towards the thriller genre, but maybe my memories of the earlier books are faulty. In any event, you shoul...

    I received only an excerpt .. Chapter 1 only ... of this latest Charlie Parker thriller. Since I have not read all the previous books, I felt a little left out in the cold. And with only one chapter to read, there is a lot left to desire. Charlie Parker meets his employer, Edgar...

    John Connolly is really at the top of his game with ?A Game of Ghosts". Hands down, the best supernatural thriller series out there. I am always bummed when I finish the latest in the series and have to wait for the next release. I want it now. ...

    Another exceptional entry in the Charlie Parker series with Charlie investigating the disappearance of a private investigator at the request of the FBI man Ross, with a mysterious group known as The Brethren working its way into the mystery. All of the familiar characters are present i...

    ????????????! ??? ???? ??? ???? ? John Connolly ???????????? ?? ?? ????? ???!! ...

    Howard ?Nippy Zippy? Berg is widely considered to be the fastest reader of all time. Like an alien from deep outer space, or a mutant that has obtained the next level of human evolution, Berg is able to read a blazing 25,000 words per minute. Yet when John Connolly releases a new a...