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Grave Concerns

Friday, December 14, 2018

Grave Concerns (2004) Gwen Hunter

The fourth (and last) Dr Rhea Lynch mystery.

A lot happened in this book, including Rhea finally deciding if she truly loved Mark or not.

Several things here.

One, I don’t particularly like Mark.

Two, ELI! He’s not precisely the Eli of the Jane books, but he is very very close, including the war service and the tech-whiz younger brother.

Three, I’m not sure how I feel about how things panned out for Risa. I’m glad she got a happy ending, but I’m not sure it didn’t feel forced.

Lastly, the mystery. It was interesting. And awful (what with their being mass murder). I’m also not certain how I feel about Rhea becoming the temporary coroner. I suppose things happen like that in the south, but it still felt weird. But of course that was the only way to get Rhea in on the investigation.

So, interesting, but I didn’t love it, and I’m glad I didn’t pay full price for the books.

Publisher: Bella Rosa Books
Rating: 7/10

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