Death rides a pale horse, and she is a beauty. Since man first buried his dead, she has watched over them. With her hand she raises those select few, those disturbed and maimed, to new life. These risen souls are duty bound to protect the souls still buried and resting. The souls restless and walking.
Sebastien Crowle is such a watchman. But as a villain so profane and perverse enters the scene with a crime the likes of which Sebastien has never seen, can he stop the villain and confront the ghosts of his own past as they begin to rear their heads?
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It Happened in Buenos Aires - Available with purchase of new version of The Grave Watchers
Sebastien and Bones are back for a little vacation/crocodile hunt in Argentina at the request of fellow Grave Watcher, Alejandro. What should have been an easy afternoon turns into a night time chase for the legendary chupacabra. All Sebastien really wanted was a quiet afternoon in his hotel room and some ice cream, but when the gods ask you for something, it’s best to comply.
Augustine Fleur is a Watchman fresh from her grave, and she's finding life a bit strange. She died in the nineteen-forties, and has only just now risen; sixty years after the fact. So not only does she have to get used to being a Watchman, she also has to figure out what in hell a mobile phone is, the internet and computers while at the same time dealing with a strange entity with a freezing touch that believes she stole something from it.
Not to mention that her mentor, Sebastien, is handsome and unavailable, Claude wants to bed her as soon as possible and several other Watchman seem to have it out for her when they find out who her father is.What's a dead girl to do?
When in Rome - Will eventually be Claude's story.