Grave Danger

Grave Danger

by Rachel Grant

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BN ID: 2940016441245
Publisher: Rachel Grant
Publication date: 05/20/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 157,056
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Four-time Golden Heart® finalist Rachel Grant worked for over a decade as a professional archaeologist and mines her experiences for storylines and settings, which are as diverse as excavating a cemetery underneath an historic art museum in San Francisco, survey and excavation of many prehistoric Native American sites in the Pacific Northwest, researching an historic concrete house in Virginia, and mapping a seventeenth century Spanish and Dutch fort on the island of Sint Maarten in the Netherlands Antilles.

She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and children and can be found on the web at

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Grave Danger 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wonderful romantic suspense about a Pacific Northwest archaeologist and a small-town cop. Compelling, fast-paced, and highly recommended!
Avonna More than 1 year ago
This is a GREAT Romantic Suspence novel by Rachel Grant that blends true archeological information with a very intricate plot that always had me second guessing. The characters are strong and believable so the romance is just as plausible as the plot. I am so glad this author was recommended to me and I tell all my friends about her. Cain't wait for the next book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is about 790 pages long. Do not be intimadated by this, as it is a very fast read. This a stand alone book, with a very nice conclusion. Yet, is also book two of a series. It is chick lit, mystery romance and while heared at females, it is on the edge of a harder mystery, so men with a taste for lighter mysteries would enjoy it also. The editing is okay, the only problem, I found, which was distracting, is the lack of commas, between two names. Foe example, Jack Jenny. This was confusing because it seems as if Jack Jenny is one person, while the author mans Jack, Jenny as two seperate people. There is also a lot of profanity. As in the first book, the author uses profanity, especially, f#@k and its derivatives, GD and others as if they were the main verbs and nouns in the language. The is a lot of very detailed sex, which almost seemed erotica. The violence is mostly beat em ups and scare em to death. Both the heroine and hero have a lot of baggage, which places their relationship in a constant stage of change, misunderstandings and arguments. After awile, the reader wants to slap sense into both of them. Get over it or be done with it. The Native American mystery plot was very well done and very intetesting. The bad guy or guys or gals kept you guessing as did whydunit. The first book was like this also. In fact, if this book had ocean in it and the same people, the books being so a like could almost be interchangeable. This book cost $4.95. Book three, costs $2.99 and is a novella. It has about 190 pages. There is an excerpt of book one at the end of book two, which is a little odd, it seems as if it should be book three instead. I found this book an interesting and enjoyable read, for ages 18 and up, due to the sex, cursing and violence. AD
anniemichelle More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the book, and I particularly liked all the information about archaeology. I would have liked the ending to be different. I think a certain cop had one to many chances and should have been given the heave-ho...:) Archaeologist Libby Maitland no sooner lands the project of a lifetime, a data recovery excavation in a small town in the Pacific Northwest when she fears she is being stalked, or is she? She enlists the help of the very handsome chief of police Mark Colby who sometimes believes her and sometimes he doesn't. She finds a body at the excavation site and this leads to much confusion and trouble. Could this be the body of a wife and mother gone missing many years ago never to be heard from again? Is someone stalking her or is her past catching up to her, who can she trust, who is on her side? This is a fast, interesting, fun read, that will keep you guessing until the very end, I will be looking forward to more of this authors books!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A real page turner, complete with plot twists and turns. You really connect with both main characters and ache for the hurt caused by their mistrust of the other, but it is a totally realistic and believable story. You must read this book.
Aunty_Susu More than 1 year ago
Another fantastic read. Libby is fabulous – intelligent, self-reliant, compassionate. I really liked Mark, too – at least, until he screwed up (as they all do at some point). The plot was fantastic, keeping me thinking and guessing and up reading until 1am because I couldn’t put it down! This is the first book that Rachel wrote, but I came to it after having read the Evidence and Flashpoint series. This one is a little sweeter than the others and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As a reader of mainly romance this book offered that and a lot more! Quick moving, with lots of well thought out twists and turns, this romantic suspense was an easy read.
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This book kept my interest until the very end.
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Great romantic suspense. A real page turner with plenty of plot twists.
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