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A Grave Peril

Wendy Roberts

Publisher: Carina Press

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Summary

In this paranormal mystery, a woman with the power to find corpses must find her missing FBI agent boyfriend before he becomes one. 
 
Julie Hall’s job is to find bodies. For the sake of her sanity, she’s taking a much-needed break—but the dead don’t wait. With bodies piling up alongside her guilt, she knows she has to dive back in, despite pushback from her FBI boyfriend, Garrett Pierce. But Garrett is working a troubling case of his own and no longer seems like the man she fell in love with. 
 
Despite his warnings—or maybe because of them—when Garrett goes missing, Julie has no choice but to use her skills to find where the cartel buries their victims . . . before he becomes part of the body count. 
 
Don’t miss all the books in the Bodies of Evidence series by Wendy Roberts. A Grave Calling, A Grave Search, and A Grave End are available now from Carina Press!
Available since: 01/21/2019.
Print length: 216 pages.

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