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    Cool scary police procedural

    Taylor Jackson has a delightful cat. She also has an intruder, soon to become a dead body on the floor. And she works in homicide in Nashville, Tennessee. She’s a convincingly vulnerable and strong protagonist in J. T. Ellison’s dark police procedural, Field of Graves. Well promoted and good at her job, she should have everything going for her, but behind the scenes she struggles to keep nightmares of the past from interfering with a present investigation. When a body is found, posed on the steps of the Parthenon, Taylor finds a washed out FBI agent, with demons of his own, assigned to “help” her team. But will two wounded, almost broken, investigators manage to work together. Can they heal each other? And how many deaths will it take before the killer is found? Field of Graves blends convincing investigation with fear and myth, offering a truly scary and cleverly hidden antagonist, and revealing just enough as each day passes to draw the reader in. The characters and relationships are warmly believable, with very real strengths and weaknesses. The mystery is complex and dark. Well-chosen side-plots serve to reinforce the tale. And the police procedures feel convincingly real. This is the first book I’ve read by J. T. Ellison. It’s the first (or zeroeth) in the Taylor Jackson series, and I’d love to read more. Disclosure: I won an ecopy. Lucky me!
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