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The first three books in the Amazon number one best-selling Paranormal Suspense series!

When the crows gather over a remote Navajo Reservation in the deep Southwest, it is a sign that the thin veil that separates our world from the one beyond is about to open. Without a barrier between life and death, things pass between both worlds. Some of them are good. Most of them are not.

Three strangers find themselves on the front lines of a supernatural battle that spans generations, crosses our world and the world beyond, and forges bonds that last through life and death.

This complete set contains the first three books in the Vanished series: Follow the Crow (Book 1), Beyond the Veil (Book 2), and The Coyote Way (Book 3).

©2021 B. B. Griffith (P)2021 B. B. Griffith

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Going to slog through to the end

The first book was moderately interesting. I'm now about 3 hours from finishing the series and I will slog through to the end just to finish it, but overall, it's just bleh. You have to give your readers enough meat to cause them to suspend their disbelief and buy into what you're selling/writing. This was somewhat accomplished in the first book. But book 2 went off the rails.

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I am just sick to death of Caroline and how she keeps stringing Owen along and hopes to SOMEHOW bring back a dead man for a passionate love affair. By the third book this has been going on for over 5 YEARS. I am sick of Owen's lack of spine. He should take Grant and his crow and go be an excellent physician again somewhere. I am sick of the whole complete lack of direction experienced by anyone other than running away from "itches". Poor Grant, to be floating along with two people without any sort of plan or wherewithall.

The only people I remotely find interesting are the two bad guys from the first book who chuck it all to open a B&B.

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excellent seris

I really enjoyed this series. Something different for me. I thought all the narrator's did a great job. thank you all!!

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not even close to believable

really hard to get into this, I like fantasy, other worldly fiction but there wasn't enough background to understand any of the supernatural happenings.

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Beautiful Weaving of culture, reality, and myth

People reflect their landscape, respond to their upbringing, and question where they are from, and where they belong. This is the Story of Journeys. In Native tradition of weaving myth and reality, this author also weaves past and present; the new and the old. Beautifully told. Not a fast paced story. But no Navajo story ever is. It’s not about the story. It’s the journey you take getting to the end and the beginning.

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Gets heavily into the supernatural.

The first part was pretty good, but then the Author gets pretty heavily into supernatural connection to Native American lore. I thought it was just a little too much. I didn’t finish it.