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    Paranormal Murder Mystery

    A Grave Search by Wendy Roberts Bodies of Evidence #2 I have been eagerly waiting to see what will happen next in this series. The main character, Julie, has had so many trials and tribulations that I want her to have “good” things happen in her life and…perhaps a few do in this book BUT a whole heap of not so good happens, too. Julie has moved from the place of her painful childhood, she has set up house in a new home, she has created a thriving business using her divining skills and she still has her older FBI boyfriend Garrett Pierce. She is still dealing with the problem of alcoholism and the PTSD that is an outcome of the childhood abuse she survived. She does what she can with her copper dowsing rods to help families find and burry their deceased loved ones. In this book she is asked by a mother to locate her daughter – a young woman that has been missing for some time. Julie is not terribly interested in the case until she realizes that the young man accused of murdering the daughter is someone she knew in school. With one thing leading to another she does become involved and eventually finds a whole lot more than she was bargaining on. She finds several bodies, helps in some investigations for bodies and finds out something major about her own past that begins to put a few puzzle pieces of her own life in place. I enjoyed the voice telling this story. I enjoyed getting to know Julie/Delma better. I was thankful that Garrett was still there to support, care for and love this fractured but not broken heroine. I am eager to read more of the series and will say that having read book one made this book richer. Why? Because I knew the backstory of the heroine and about the people mentioned that she knew in book one and all of that and her previous experiences were more easily remembered and applied to this book. I will definitely be reading book three when it comes out and want to thank NetGalley and Carina Press for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4.5 Stars
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    Still a great paranormal mystery!

    This is the second book in the Bodies of Evidence series. I mentioned in my review of the first book in this series that I am also a fan of Ms. Roberts’ Ghost Duster Mystery series, and I think this one is going to be tied with that series as my favorite. I love how Julie has her problems, both from the first installment and from her childhood, and the author doesn’t hide them or sweep them under the rug. During the book and the plot, sometimes they interfere, but Julie uses techniques she has learned from her therapist to keep from letting her problems take over. This book wasn’t quite as dark, which I didn’t mind either way, and I feel that Julie has hope she’ll get better and better. Now, on to the plot itself. I love how there are paranormal aspects, but they don’t become a crutch in how the characters solve the mystery; good, old fashioned detective work is very much present if you aren’t really into the paranormal. The author is also very skilled at drawing the reader into the book, painting very vivid pictures of everything going on. The end was a surprise to me, and I love to be surprised. Give this book a chance if you like mysteries; you won’t be disappointed! Highly recommend! Thanks to NetGalley and Carina Press for the e-copy which I voluntarily reviewed.
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    Ok read

    Good easy read, but just felt like it meandered then rapidly tied it up.
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    great read

    After her life is set in a spiral and everything goes south Julie starts her business finding bodies. She is seeking help with her issues surrounding her grandparents and trying to find a new normal. Garrett is still part of her life although she is trying it on her own. The relationship is more defined in this read and so is her purpose as she finds herself knee deep in another mess. Yup you got it she finds herself caught between a murderer and the body. While it's not as crazy as the first occurrence it is just as emotional. I like this authors style and even though I wanted to shake Julie for some of her decisions I have to say it's a great read. She gives closure and wraps everything up by the end of the book but this bow aint a pretty one, but we do get an hea.
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    Recommend

    Second book in this series that I have read. Going to buy the next one too. Full characters, good plot!
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