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While in Memphis, psychic Harper Connelly senses-and finds-two bodies in a grave. One of a man centuries-dead. The other, a girl, recently deceased. Harper's investigation yields another surprise: the next morning, a third body is found-in the very same grave.

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Overview

While in Memphis, psychic Harper Connelly senses-and finds-two bodies in a grave. One of a man centuries-dead. The other, a girl, recently deceased. Harper's investigation yields another surprise: the next morning, a third body is found-in the very same grave.

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At the start of Harris's winning second supernatural caper to feature Harper Connelly (after 2005's Grave Sight), a skeptical anthropology professor, Clyde Nunley, tests Harper's gift of clairvoyance in a historic Memphis cemetery, where Harper correctly senses a fresh corpse in the wrong grave. Strangely, the body turns out to be a missing 12-year-old girl, Tabitha Morgenstern, whom Harper failed to locate in Nashville on a case two years earlier. The hotel suite of Harper and her manager and stepbrother, Tolliver Lang, both of whom fall under suspicion, becomes a magnet for a medley of amusing characters, including Memphis cops, Tabitha's assorted relatives and a drunken Clyde Nunley, who, shortly after accusing Harper of fraud, is found dead in the same grave as Tabitha. Peppered with the author's trademark deadpan wit, this book should help make Harper and Tolliver as popular as Sookie Stackhouse, the heroine of Harris's vampire mystery series (Definitely Dead, etc.). Author tour. (Sept. 26) Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
Library Journal
It's no surprise when Harper "I See Dead People" Connelly discovers three bodies...but in one grave? Harris lives in Arkansas. Author tour. Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
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Being struck by lightning has given Harper Connelly (Grave Sight, 2005, etc.) the ability to find dead bodies and know what killed them-a spooky talent that earns her a living and places her in frequent danger. Clyde Nunley is a professor at a Memphis-area college who loves to debunk paranormal behavior. When he invites Harper Connelly to visit an old campus graveyard where records labeling the bodies and causes of death have just been discovered, she confounds him as she works through the graves, correctly identifying each manner of death, until she comes to one she knows contains a recent burial. The body is that of Tabitha Morgenstern, 11, whose body Harper had tried and failed to find 18 months earlier. Harper's stepbrother Tolliver, her manager and traveling companion, had had a brief affair with Tabitha's aunt. The skeptical police consider Harper a prime suspect when Nunley turns up dead in the same grave after verbally abusing Harper in a hotel lobby. Because Harper and Tolliver come from a dysfunctional family, they recognize problems among the Morgensterns, and they soon unearth many snippets of information that never came to light in the original investigation. The amateur sleuths have their own near-death experience before the killer is discovered. Believers and skeptics alike will enjoy Harper's search for the truth and her changing relationship with Tolliver. Agent: Joshua Bilmes/JABberwocky Literary Agency
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780425212035
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/26/2006
  • Series: Harper Connelly Series , #2
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.38 (h) x 1.09 (d)

Meet the Author

Charlaine Harris lives in southern Arkansas with her husband, three children, three dogs, and a duck. She is an avid reader, mild cinemaphile, and occasional weightlifter. Her favorite pastime is cheering on her children in various activities.

Biography

A native of the Mississippi Delta, Charlaine Harris grew up in a family of avid readers (her father was a teacher; her mother a librarian). She attended Rhodes College in Memphis, TN, graduating in 1973 with a degree in English and Communication Arts. Although she penned poetry and plays in school, her first serious foray into fiction was with two standalone novels, Sweet and Deadly and A Secret Rage, published (effortlessly!) in the early 1980s.

After her early success, Harris released the first installment in a series of lighthearted mysteries starring spunky, small-town Georgia librarian, true crime enthusiast, and amateur sleuth Aurora Teagarden. When Aurora debuted in Real Murders (1990), Publishers Weekly welcomed "a heroine as capable and potentially complex as P. D. James's Cordelia Gray." The book went on to receive an Agatha Award nomination.

Anxious for another challenge, Harris began a second series in 1996. Darker and edgier than the Teagarden novels, these mysteries featured taciturn, 30-something housecleaner Lily Bard, a woman with a complicated past who has moved to the small town of Shakespeare, Arkansas, to find peace and solitude. The first novel, Shakespeare's Landlord, was well-received. BookList raved: "Harris has created an intriguing new character in this solidly plotted story." [Much to the disappointment of her fans, Harris concluded the Lilly Bard sequence in 2001 with Shakespeare's Counselor.]

Although Harris achieved moderate success with these two series (which she laughingly describes as "cozies with teeth"), she would hit the jackpot in 2001 with Dead Until Dark, a sly, spoofy paranormal mystery starring a telepathic Louisiana cocktail waitress named Sookie Stackhouse, who falls in love with a vampire named Bill. The novel, a delightful hybrid of mystery, science fiction, and romance, was an instant hit with critics. ("Harris' Sookie has the potential to attract more readers than Hamilton's Anita Blake," raved the dark fantasy magazine Cemetery Dance.) Readers, too, adored the Southern Vampire Series and have rewarded the author with bestseller after bestseller. (In 2008, the Sookie saga came to HBO in a top-rated television adaptation, True Blood, starring Anna Paquin.)

With 2006's Grave Sight, Harris added yet another fascinating character to her stable -- a young woman named Harper Connelly whose youthful encounter with a lightning bolt has left her with the ability to find corpses and determine how they died. In addition to juggling characters and plots for her popular series, Harris has also contributed short stories and novellas to several anthologies of paranormal fantasy fiction.

Good To Know

In our interview, Harris confesses:

"I'm really a boring person. My family (my husband and three children) is the most important thing in my life. I go to bed early, I get up early. I love to go to the movies with my husband. My favorite things about finally making some money as a writer are (a) I can buy as many books as I want, and (b) I can hire a maid. The first job I had was working in an offset darkroom at a very small newspaper. I stood on a concrete floor all day and made minimum wage -- which then was $1.60 an hour. I hated it, and I learned a lot, though not necessarily about working in a darkroom. So being a writer is much better."

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    1. Hometown:
      Southern Arkansas
    1. Date of Birth:
      November 25, 1951
    2. Place of Birth:
      Tunica, Mississippi
    1. Education:
      B.A. in English and Communication Arts, Rhodes, 1973
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  • Posted April 12, 2011

    let down

    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.

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  • Posted September 19, 2009

    solid writing, fair characters, mediocre book!

    This looks like it might be a starter book that Ms. Harris didn't work on quite enough. The idea of a traveling brother-sister psychics who find the dead (and the cause of their deaths), is spooky and exciting, but the book doesn't quite deliver in the way it is written, especialy the plot. At the end, I almost wished the bad guy got them, they were so pedantic and annoying! I am not sure how it can be fixed. It was worth reading (once), but not a page-turner, or something you'd keep to read again and again. The characters had personalities that were not special, and except for the one psychic ability, lived quite a crummy and mundane life paying the bills.

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  • Posted November 6, 2013

    Grave Surprise is the second book in the Harper Connelly series

    Grave Surprise is the second book in the Harper Connelly series by American author, Charlaine Harris. Harper has been invited by a sceptical anthropology professor at Bingham College in Memphis to demonstrate her talent for determining cause of death at an old cemetery. She does well until the last grave, where she finds two bodies, the most recent burial being Tabitha Morgenstern, an eleven-year-old whom Harper had tried unsuccessfully to find in Nashville almost two years ago. Harper and Tolliver realise immediately this cannot be a coincidence. Soon they are embroiled in an investigation that attracts media attention (of the wrong sort) and have to face the distraught family. Throw into the mix a nosy PI, a single-minded FBI agent, a psychic ex-prostitute and her pierced and tattooed grandson, disbelieving police and family members with their own agendas, followed by yet another corpse in the same grave, and you have a first-rate mystery with plenty of twists and turns, a couple of red herrings and plenty of suspects. The reader learns a little more of Harper’s own history, Harper makes a startling discovery about herself and the psychic makes some personal predictions for her that the reader will do well to remember for the next instalment, An Ice Cold Grave. 

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  • Posted March 16, 2011

    eh...

    I couldn't stay interested. not one of her best works.

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  • Posted March 6, 2011

    very disappointed!!

    loved the first book in the series and was excited to read this one. it seemed very slow and just not very exciting.

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  • Posted August 22, 2009

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    Overall a fun book - listened to it on CD while traveling. Original and a fun book.

    Plot: Harper Connelly is a young women with, after being struck by lightening, has a unique gift. She can locate corpses and tell how the individual died. After having a trouble childhood Harper and her step-brother Tolliver found a way to make a living off of her gift, and they travel around the country to do so. When Harper is hired for a job, her and Tolliver get in a little too deep and look like they could be murder suspects.

    Review: I enjoyed this book, which I listened to on CD while traveling. It was a good book that stayed in supernatural genre while giving me a break from the vampire scene for a while. It was a fun fast paced book. The only thing negative I can say about this book is the relationship developing between Harper and her step-brother is a little creepy.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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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 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

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  • Posted June 14, 2014

    A Relatively Good Series

    This series had a strong beginning, with the first book. This book was just so-so, but the 3rd and 4th were good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2013

    Another winning series

    This is a difficult premise to grab an audience with, I think. Harper Connelly and her brother are enticing and believable. Ms. Harris handles embarrassing and tricky circumstances well and never makes me feel this is somehow forced. It does not "smell of the lamp." Too bad she can't write them as fast as I can read them.

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  • Posted May 14, 2012

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    Highly Recommended- Good Series so far.

    I really like this series so far. It keeps you wondering what the end result is. If you like crime books you should read these.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2012

    Highly enjoyable

    Gave it 4 out of 5 simply because it was a bit slow. Still enjoyed it and would def reccomend the series!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2011

    Love this

    I love how CH writes, and the HarperConnely series is more "real" than the others, which I oved, to.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2011

    Very good series. I highly recommend. Charlaine Harris is the best!

    Love this series of books. Charlaine Harris is one of the best authors I have read from. I love all of her book series that I have read so far and this one is very suspensful and exciting.

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  • Posted September 5, 2011

    Love the Series

    I am really enjoying this series by Charlaine Harris. Harper and her brother Tolliver are invited to a graveyard to test Harper's abilities in front of a students. What they discover leads them on a mystery related to an old case of theirs. The next book is An Ice Cold Grave.

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  • Posted July 15, 2011

    glad I kept reading it

    Okay, I didn't really care for the first book in this series and the second one (this one) was getting on my nerves as well. It was predictable. Plus, I find myself having a hard time getting behind Harper and also I just didn't get why people reacted so violently to her. I understand it's weird, but to run her out of towns? No. I figured out the villan and their motive pretty darn quickly and was almost going to put it down. I am glad that I kept reading it though. The last third of the book was pretty interesting. Plus, I just finished the 3rd and 4th book of this series and really enjoyed those a ton more! So.. if you're thinking about this book, read it understanding that it'll be worth it in the end and then the 3rd and 4th will make you very happy!

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  • Posted May 10, 2011

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    My favorite book of the series.....

    Now that I have finished all four of the Harper Connelly books, I can say that Grave Surprise is indeed my favorite. I like the fact that it picks up right after the first, almost like the next chapter instead of a new book, and it dives right into the fray. If you enjoyed the first one, or were wanting just a little more and are on the fence,then you should give this one a chance.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2011

    Another great mystery story

    I'm hooked

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2010

    I Love Charlaine Harris!

    I love Charlain Harris' writing style. Any story she tells pulls me in and holds me so it is hard to put the book down! Cliche but very true. I enjoy that I can't always figure everything out.

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  • Posted May 6, 2010

    A thoroughly enjoyable read

    I became a fan of Charlaine Harris when I discovered the Sookie Stackhouse novels and, having read all of them, decided to try another of her ongoing series.

    Grave Surprise is the second book in the Harper Connelly mysteries, and it does not disappoint. Ms. Connelly, having been struck by lightning at the age of fifteen, has acquired the ability to find dead bodies and to discern their cause of death. Ms. Harris' characters are as vivid as her imagination, and the reader is able to suspend enough of his/her disbelief that the plot works.

    What does disappoint, however, is the poor editing. Ms. Harris has been given the same short end of the editorial stick by the Putnam/Penguin group as have several other best-selling authors, notably, WEB Griffin, Clive Cussler, and a couple of others.

    A prime, but by no means the only, example of this laxity is in the use of the word blond. Men are blond and women are blonde - this is the correct usage, and has been for a very long time. Even if you accept the premise - and I do not accept it - that the distinction has blurred in recent years, at least be consistent. In the mass market paperback edition of Grave Surprise, a female attorney is described as blond on page 55, but by page 56, she has become blonde. The word is inconsistently spelled throughout the book.

    I don't know whether to blame a) the typesetters; b) the proofreaders; c) the editors; or d) all of the above. The same problem occurs in the Sookie series.

    Color me picky, if you like, but little details like this are much more annoying than flaws with plots, etc.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2010

    great series(grave suprise)

    this series was great and it was different how she solve mysteries. i given gave to my sister to read and she loves. charlaine harries writes good mysteries and keeps me reading. i have to finish my book the day i start reading it. characters good semi normal people and just doing jobs they love.

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