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Monday, January 29, 2007

Grave Sight by Charlaine Harris

Harper Connelly has an unusual talent- she can locate dead people. Like a psychic in a murder investigation, she is distrusted and unwelcome, but her services are often valuable. Harper and her brother, Tolliver, are in Sarne, Arkansas to help find the body of a teenager gone missing. Sarne has secrets though, and it seems that someone doesn't want them uncovered.

I really enjoyed this book. Harper's "talent" is interesting and her character seems well developed. Her brother is a bit of a cliche, but I expect Harris will make him unique as the series progresses. I'm interested in seeing how she makes this into a series, as there are very few characters from this book that can reappear in the next. The mystery itself was a big thin, I definately knew the plot twist, and was 99% sure on who-dun-it. Regular mystery readers would know the minute the villian appears. I don't think this one was as good as the first Sookie Stackhouse mystery, but am more than that willing to keep reading.

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