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Grave Sight by Charlaine Harris
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Jun 22, 2016

it was ok
bookshelves: concierge, library, mystery, southern-lit
Read in June, 2012


Known for her Sookie Stackhouse series, this novel is the first Harper Connelly mystery. Harper was struck by lightning as a young girl and ever since has been able to find dead people. She senses the presence of the body and will know how the person died – whether of natural causes or violence. She and her brother Tolliver, who serves as her manager and protector, travel to Sarne Arkansas when she’s called in to help find a missing teen.

This makes a pretty good summer beach read. I admit I wasn’t expecting much, but Harris did a decent job of moving the plot forward and keeping me in a reasonable state of suspense (I did guess the culprit before the midpoint). She throws in some sex (it’s not “love” – trust me) for interest. Harper is a little too teary, scared and needy for my tastes, but it was fine for the genre. It held my attention.
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