Body of Evidence
by Irene Hannon
Forensic pathologist Grace Reilly has seen her share of unusual deaths in rural Missouri. But when she begins to notice a curious pattern in autopsies of elderly residents whose demise appears to be natural, she takes her concerns to Sheriff Nate Cox.
Nate is skeptical about the link Grace is seeing between the deaths–and her suspicions of foul play. But her persistence is compelling. Once she finally convinces him her theory is credible and they join forces to investigate, danger follows. Because exposing the truth could destroy several lives–including Grace’s.
Queen of inspirational romantic suspense Irene Hannon closes out her bestselling Triple Threat series with this gripping tale of secrets revealed and romance sparked.
Such a good story!
Action, Danger, romance, and more!
The last in the series about the Reilly sisters.
Grace has the exciting career of being a forensic pathologist. This means she gets to perform autopsies. Even though the very idea of an autopsy almost makes me sick to my stomach, I found the detailed explanation of it all very fascinating.
This entire story line hinges on a tiny piece of matter that Grace finds in a routine autopsy, something that should not be there. She is determined to find out what’s going on.
Tie in the fact that there have been various sudden deaths of elderly people in the neighboring areas, seemingly unexplained.
This mystery is fascinating, and I found myself quickly reading through this book just to get to the conclusion.
I will say, I had my suspicions fairly early on as to who might be behind all of the deaths…but I was kept guessing as I read.
I loved getting to know these three sisters, and I think this is my new favorite series by Irene Hannon. I was sad to reach the end of the book.
I highly recommend this series for anyone that loves reading a good mystery.
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