Sometimes at night, she can hear the dead calling.Julie Halls job is to find bodies. For the sake of her sanity, shes taking a much-needed breakbut the dead dont wait. With bodies piling up alongside her guilt, she knows she has to dive back in, despite pushback from her FBI boyfriend, Garrett Pierce. But Garrett is working a troubling case of his own and no longer seems like the man she fell in love with.Despite his warningsor maybe because of themwhen Garrett goes missing, Julie has no choice but to use her skills to find where the cartel buries their victimsbefore he becomes part of the body count.Dont miss books one and two in the Bodies of Evidence series by Wendy Roberts. A Grave Calling and A Grave Search are available now from Carina Press!...
|Title||:||A Grave Peril|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||230 pages|
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A Grave Peril Reviews
Julie Hall has an unusual profession finding dead bodies using dowsing rods. She has been on a semi-hiatus due to some undisclosed traumatic events in the last book, but I did not feel that I enjoyed this book any less for for jumping in on #3 in the series. Her FBI agent boyfriend, Garrett, begins acting very out of character after getting involved in a new case. Julie is left to her recovery on her own, or with her best friend Tracey, while she returns to searching for missing/dead. Then Garre ...more
A Grave Peril is the 3rd installment in the Bodies of Evidence series. Julie and her dowsing rods are back finding bodies and looking for her missing boyfriend. This series just keeps getting better and better! Wendy Roberts hooked me on book one and hasn’t let me go. Can’t wait for more!
*ARC provided by NetGalley for an honest review.
Julie Hall finds lost people ... if they are dead. She and her dowsing rods are well known for her ability to locate bodies even if they have been dead for many years.
Her last job took her back to her hometown and she's been recovering since them. She feels the time is right to jump back in and go to work. Her boyfriend, FBI Agent Garrett Pierce, doesn't agree ... but he's got his own problems with a case.
Garrett has been acting really strange .. at least for him. He doesn't stay in touch with J ...more
Where has Garrett gone? Why isn't he answering Julie's texts? Julie finds bodies (and drinks); Garrett is her FBI SA boyfriend. He's a lot older than she is but which one of them has the older soul? I read this as a standalone so unlike some other reviewers, I wasn't bothered by what I gather was the push to the background of Julie's dowsing for bodies. It's really about these two characters and their relationship, which was fine with me as an intro to the series. Thanks to Netgalley for the ARC ...more
I love the uniqueness of this series. I think that there were a few 'what do you think you're doing' moments I kind of yelled at my kindle, because lets face it, Julie can be a bit reactionary without thinking things through.
This is a series I highly, highly recommend reading in order.
A Grave Peril by Wendy Roberts
Bodies of Evidence #3
Julie Hall and Garrett Pierce have moved in together by book three and though it seems Garrett may be interested in tying “the knot” Julie is not so sure she ever wants to marry or have a family. They have been a couple for awhile and seem to have a good relationship but as Garrett’s job with the FBI heats up, he is put on leave and then disappears one night...well...Julie is not sure what is going on. She begins to question the relationship and ...more
I loved it! I've been patiently waiting for this to be released since I finished the previous one in the series. I am fascinated with the idea of using dowsing rods to find the lost dead. The characters and the mystery are great. Just when I thought it was solved there was more! I enjoyed this book a lot and driving around with Julie in her Jeep to different locales was a lot of fun. ARC netgalley.com
Once you get past Julie Hall’s (yes, she changed her name back) whining and histrionics, you can suss out an interesting , though twisty, kidnapping and murder involving her boyfriend FBI Agent Garrett Pierce and his need to help his ex-brother-in-law.
To be honest, I would have preferred her dowsing for bodies instead of tracking down her boyfriend in an overly dramatic way, but having to deal with what Wendy Roberts wrote, I trudged on to the end. Apparently, the drug cartel does not like it w ...more