Tracy Crosswhite is tough. Being a detective doesn’t phase her because she’s already been through the most difficult experience she’ll ever have.
Edmund House, a convicted rapist, later was jailed for Sara’s murder. Sara’s body was never found, and the evidence used to convict House never sounded quite right to Tracy. She left her hometown filled with bad memories and became a detective, hoping to give other families the closure hers never got.
When Sara’s remains are discovered, Tracy is more convinced than ever that something isn’t right about the case against House. She fears the wrong man is in prison and her sister’s killer is running free.
As she searches for the truth, Tracy discovers that the heartache she experienced losing Sara was just the beginning.
My Sister’s Grave by Robert Dugoni was well written and had a unique storyline that kept me reading. I love it when I just consume a book because I can’t wait to know what happens next. I read Dugoni’s page turner in a single day, which says a lot about the story’s plot. If you like thrillers, you won’t want to miss this one.