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Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Review: Grave Danger by Katy Lee


About the book:
BONES OF CONTENTION

When skeletal remains are found on a small Maine island, forensic anthropologist Lydia Muir is sent to investigate. It's Lydia's job to determine whether the homicide happened long ago—or more recently. Island sheriff Wesley Grant seems sure the murder didn't happen on his watch. But when Lydia uncovers the victim's identity, someone goes to great lengths to get Lydia off the island. Wes vows to protect her, but is the handsome lawman holding something back? To help catch a killer, she'll have to trust him—or become the next victim.

My rating:
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My thoughts:

Grave Danger was a really good LIS novel. Having read "Warning Signs" last year, it was neat to see Miranda and Owen in this story, too. I really liked Lydia, the main female character. Her profession (forensic anthropologist) was intriguing. The mystery was great and there were several twists.

Overall, a good romantic suspense novel. I really enjoyed the last half, since it felt more intense/suspenseful, but the beginning was interesting, too. If you like Love Inspired Suspense novels, I recommend Grave Danger.

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