Book: My Sister’s Grave | Author: Robert Dugoni | Genre: Fiction, Thriller, Mystery, Suspense, Police procedural, Legal thriller | Rating: 5/5
HELLO, it is me your reading fanatic. I am back again with another finished suspense read and I am on FIRE. Okay jk my streak record is pathetic for reading. But I do feel good when I find several books in a row that I do somewhat enjoy. My last book review I mentioned how I was missing some spice, I was missing that fire lit inside of me that just makes it to where I would rather not shower, eat, sleep, or whatever else just to read a page more.
My Sister’s Grave was a masterpiece. It played with all of my emotions but it also got me angry! I love when a book ticks me off and makes me see RED. This book was *Chef’s Kiss*… It followed a woman named Tracy who had lost her younger sister 20 years prior. The case had been closed pinning it on a prior convicted rapist Edmund. The evidence didn’t add up and Tracy never stopped trying to get to the bottom of what actually happened the night her world was flipped upside down. This book revolved around a small town and how broken everyone was and still is over Sarah’s disappearance. Tracy is fought every step of the way as she tries to find the truth. It seems everyone has their secrets and no one wants her to find out what they are. This book had a lot going on and it kept me constantly wanting answers! This book follows an extremely strong and intelligent woman who has been through hell and back and I love a strong character lead.
Now when and if you search this book you will see that it is, “book 1” of a series. Now when I first realized that midway through the book I was pumped. Like OMG wow this book is going to go deeper than I expected. However,,,,, upon further review it seems as if the author just made a series with each book being about a different case with Tracy. (By the way she is a kickarse homicide detective) While I think this is awesome I won’t be reading any more. What drove me to this one was the story of two sisters separated by murder. So you will not be seeing anymore reviews with this series from me! Great and amazing book!
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