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Grave Surprise (Harper Connelly Series #2)

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In a Memphis cemetery cynical anthropology professor Dr. Clyde Nunley tests Harper Connelly¿s clairvoyance skills in front of his students he expected either a fraud or failure. However, Harper realizes something is wrong with a freshly dug grave. Inside is a differe...
In a Memphis cemetery cynical anthropology professor Dr. Clyde Nunley tests Harper Connelly¿s clairvoyance skills in front of his students he expected either a fraud or failure. However, Harper realizes something is wrong with a freshly dug grave. Inside is a different person than that identified by the cemetery.------------- Surprisingly, the victim is a missing twelve year old, Tabitha Morgenstern, whom Harper failed to find two years ago in Nashville. The police look closely at Harper and her manager, her stepbrother Tolliver Lang as prime suspects as the coincident seems too much. Clyde sticks to his belief that Harper is a con artist, but soon after he accuses her of chicanery while imbibed, his corpse is found in the same burial plot that Tabitha was interred in. The Memphis police live in Harper¿s hotel room looking for evidence while Tabitha¿s family wants more from the psychic and the media turns this into an even wilder circus.------------- The second grave investigative paranormal mystery (see GRAVE SIGHT) is a terrific amusing sleuth tale in which the heroine and her stepbrother decide to take on the case because they are the prime suspects only every clue they find adds to the growing evidence that the siblings did the homicides. The story line is fast-paced and loaded with dry graveyard humor yet contains a strong sleuthing subplot. As with the Sookie tales, Charlaine Harris has another winning series to her credit.---------- Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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Only reading this series right now b/c I have nothing else to read. Love some of her other work and I just don't care for the characters or the action in this series. I like the concept and idea for the series, but that's about it. Sorry, just being honest.

posted by SunnieDLite on April 12, 2011

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    Posted April 9, 2007

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    i am deeply disappointed. not much action,the characters suck especially the main character,and not much action.

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