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Unearthed (Blackpool Mystery #4)

3.76 of 5 stars 3.76  ·  rating details  ·  29 ratings  ·  9 reviews

Behind the colorful charm and vibrant history of the English seaside town of Blackpool is a legacy of secrets. Secrets people have killed to keep hidden. But for Michael and Molly Graham, finding the truth has become personal. Their friend clings to life in a hospital--shot to keep him quiet--and the couple is driven to uncover what he would risk his life for...and what so
ebook, 256 pages
Published May 1st 2011 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published January 1st 2011)
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Lis Carey
This is apparently the fourth of four books, the adventures of Michael Graham, an English videogame designer, and his American wife Molly, in the small English coastal town of Blackpool. The backstory includes Molly having successfully campaigned to get redevelopment funds for Blackpool, and she's managing the project much more closely than she'd hoped to. They've also, unintentionally and not entirely happily, gotten involved in investigating some crime related to a local mystery, the missing t ...more
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Unearthed is the fourth book in the Mystery Case Files miniseries wrote by Jordan Gray and published by Harlequin. Even though it is the fourth book in a series, it was easy to follow the story without feeling lost or missing important pieces. The author provided a backdrop so that a person wouldn’t feel lost.

Each character in Unearthed was described with visual words that help the reader form a clear picture in their mind. There’s no second-guessing or wondering what the people looked like or w
This book is the fourth and final installment of Jordan Gray's A Blackpool Mystery series. I haven't had the chance to read the priors books, but I will definitely be going back and reading them.

The characters in this book were very well written. The mystery story line was incredible. I really loved it.

One thing that I noticed was the MCF logo on the top of the front cover. For those that play hidden object games, you will know this as Mystery Case Files. That is a great series of hidden object
I have really enjoyed the Blackpool mystery series and the adventures of Michael and Molly. It seems like this may be the end of the series but I sure hope not! Even though I originally started reading these books because they were "related" to a computer game I played, I quickly got hooked on them because of the setting and the characters.
As the mystery was unraveled, I marveled at the author’s ability to weave the various diverse elements simultaneously into a complex web that eventually all made sense, leaving this reader replete and satisfied. read more
I really enjoyed the mystery case file, even though I read it out of sequence. Michael and Molly are likeable characters.
Truly bizarre; a bit too much of a thriller for me.
great mystery read! sorry to see it end.
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[Librarian Note: There is more than one author with this name in the Goodreads database.]

Jordan Gray is a pseudonym of author Mel Odom.

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