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    Wow!

    This series just gets better and better! I found Sara's job as a forensic anthropologists completely fascinating. I loved how her mind worked and the dedication she had in helping Nolan find the man behind all the killings. Nolan's character was just as appealing. He's the town's police detective and his moral code was very high. He cared and he went above and beyond to help a local family find out what happened to their daughter. The side characters added an extra dimension. I already hop Dax and Talia get their own book in the near future. Usually, I think the suspense stands out more in this series but Nolan and Sara's growing attraction, while a slow burn, felt like a big part of the story this time. I loved everything about this book. The writing is phenomenal, the storyline was fascinating and the characters were appealing in every way. If you love romantic suspense, you can't get better than this series.
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    Another fast paced page turner

    ​Sara Lockhart is one of the nation’s top forensic anthropologists and works at the prestigious Delphi Center Crime Lab. She is called to help with an investigation by police detective Nolan Hess after local rock climbers stumble upon abandoned human bones in a remote Texas gorge. In Laura's usual fast-paced style, things heat up quickly with the investigation as new pieces of the puzzle are pulled from the earth by Sara and her team. The danger increases around Sara as the killer takes aim. Sara, burned from past relationships, fights the attraction and chemistry between her and the sexy, hometown detective, but can't keep from being drawn to him, and Nolen has his sights set on her. As usual, Laura gives us a great cast of characters with strong personalities that carry throughout the book. The story flows as one piece of the puzzle is layered upon another and the tension rises in the effort to find the killer. Great job Laura, I can't wait for the next book in the series!
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    Excellent

    Already added her next book to my wish list as a reminder!
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    Excellent

    I’ve read all the books in this series. I found this book extremely well written. I’ve always wanted to work in forensics.
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    4,5 Higly Recommended stars

    What a thrilling, suspense-filled investigation into a horrid killer's body dumping ground. The story left me speechless, and the conclusion, who the culprit was, blew me away. Rarely does it happen that I have absolutely no inkling of the killer - and Laura Griffin is one of the few authors who manage to do that. Bones is one of my all-time favorite television shows, and when one of my favorite romantic suspense book series, Tracers, has a forensic anthropologist as the female lead, you bet I was super excited to read Stone Cold Heart. And it delivers in all fronts. This story swept me away, completely, and it was early morning hours and 'the end' until I was able to put it down. The suspense through the investigation is intense. You can feel the frustration, the helpless feeling of the law enforcement when there are clues found but not the dots that would connect them to the killer. The tension arises, and as part of the story is told from a victim's point of view, it is petrifying, bone-chilling to live through the fear and dread of the assaults, if not death itself. Sara Lockhart and Nolan Hess gave me the butterflies with the tangible chemistry that is in between them. Sara has never been successful in a romantic relationship, thinking it is just not something she could and would be comfortable in. Yet Nolan is tempting her in every turn with his presence, his character, and with his sexy physique. But with the tender determination, patients with no boundaries, and giving her the space she needs, and time it takes, Nolan stays in her sights, charming her mind, protecting her when needed, and mostly, working side by side with her to find the killer. I love this series, and the way it connects the previous books and the characters, yet still is a completely a standalone novel. Stone Cold Heart has the perfect balance between eerily intriguing suspense story, and vastly entertaining, delightfully, tenderly ardent love story, just what is needed to balance the terror. Highly recommended! ~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side​
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