Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Title: Grave Danger
Series: A Maddy Graves Mystery #12
Author: Lily Harper Hart

Maddie Graves went from an unhappy life in the city to her version of the perfect life in Blackstone Bay. Now she’s going back … and danger is stalking her every move. 
When Maddie gets a call from a police officer she knows in Detroit, she can’t turn her back on his plea. It seems girls are going missing in the city and some of them have turned up dead in an abandoned city lot. 
Nick Winters wants to focus on his upcoming wedding to Maddie, not danger in a city he’s uncomfortable visiting. Maddie puts her foot down, though, and it’s either let her go alone or tag along for the ultimate ride. There’s only one option. 
Maddie may be familiar with the landscape – especially when their investigation takes her to the hospital where she used to work – but Nick is a fish out of water and their investigative techniques don’t mesh. 
Detroit is a gritty city and there’s danger afoot. A predator lurks in the shadows and it just might be someone from Maddie’s past. 
It’s going to take everyone working together to solve this one, and even then death might come calling. Nick is determined to make sure Maddie isn’t the grim reaper’s next victim but he’s not necessarily safe himself. 
Trouble is here again … and nobody is safe.


Maddie and Nick are blissfully happy, but when Maddie gets a call from her detective friend in the city, things get complicated. Maddie knows she needs to help her friend solve these murders, but Nick doesn't want Maddie in danger. This leads to a stand off that eventually ends up with both of them going to the city. 

However, nothing is ever as it seems with Maddie and Nick, and they are walking into a lot more danger than they realized. 

This book was okay. It wasn't as good as some of the previous books, but it was still enjoyable. I loved Maddie and Nick's relationship, and I enjoyed how they acted. But the mystery felt like it was a bit rushed towards the end, and a bit anti-climatic. Other than that, I enjoyed it, and I look forward to more. 
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