A GRAVE CALLING
An enjoyable read that combines crime-solving with the paranormal element of dowsing rods and pendulums. The female lead, self-healing from her tortured childhood, is a strong, likeable character that easily pulls the reader along for the ride in her search for the missing victims. There are parts that seem to be predictable but a surprising twist towards the end knocks that assumption out of the park and seals A Grave Calling as one page-turner of a book.
SUMMARY: Julie Hall is a simple twenty-five year old working at a gasoline station and living in a trailer set on her grandfather's land. She also has an unwanted knack for finding dead bodies with the help of her dowsing rods. FBI Special Agent Garrett Pierce heads the team investigating the disappearance of teenage girls in the area, whose bodies they have yet to discover. Julie and her dowsing rods are his last resort in finding the bodies and ultimately, the killer. (CARINA PRESS, Jun., 463 pp., $3.99)
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