Repair to Her Grave (Home Repair Is Homicide Series #4)

Repair to Her Grave (Home Repair Is Homicide Series #4)

by Sarah Graves
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Repair to Her Grave (Home Repair Is Homicide Series #4) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was looking for a new author and I was fortunate enough to find Sarah Graves. I found this to be a very entertaining book. Ms. Graves characters are most believable and you develop a rapport with them early on. The story kept me interested as I tried to figure out 'who dun it'? This is the first time I have read Ms. Graves work but it is not the last. I look forward to my next visit to Maine. I would recommend this book to anyone who has read Carolyn Hart, Joan Hess, Anne George or Jill Churchill. You will thoroughly enjoy it.
texasn8tive More than 1 year ago
Light, entertaining read.
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I've enjoyed the whole series.
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While Sarah Graves is a good writer and I look forward to each new book as it comes out, I do take exception to her use of the phrase 'the Maine way' as well as the explanations of the stereotypical Maine accent. As a 7th generation native of Western Maine, I can attest to the fact that there is no one 'Maine way' of doing or articulating anything. However, there IS a fiercely protected independence of thought and spirit. Also, as far as I know it is geographically impossible to watch the moon rise over the Penobscot Bay from Machias.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Jacobia ¿Jake¿ Tiptree used to be a high flyer living in a posh townhouse in Manhattan with her physician husband and their son. Everything turned to ashes when she learned her husband was cheating on her and her son was smoking weed. Deciding they had to get out of their environment, she divorced her husband and took her son to Eastport, Maine population about 2000.

Her new home is delightful except when the poltergeists act up but on the bright side, her son is off all drugs and doesn¿t drink. The only fly in the ointment is that her ex husband followed her up here to be near them. This year Jonathan Raines, a student doing his thesis, wants to be the summer guest since Jake gave him permission almost a year ago. When Jonathan disappears Jake thinks foul play occurred. When Jonathan¿s fiancee and her uncle suddenly appear he believes they¿re all looking for the Stradivarius that is supposedly hidden in her house.

Sarah Graves writes an interesting cozy that is dark and foreboding instead of lighthearted and non-threatening. It makes for fascinating reading and the touch of the paranoia adds some spice to this tasty brew. REPAIR TO HER GRAVE is a straightforward story with complex characters that have many different facets making Ms. Graves¿ star seem imminent in the mystery galaxy.

Harriet Klausner