Monday, July 23, 2018

Title: A Grave Calling
Series: Bodies of Evidence #1
Author: Wendy Roberts
There had been no attempt to bury the dead girl, naked except for the white ribbon tied to her wrist

Twenty-five-year-old Julie Hall has a unique ability: when she takes up a dowsing rod, she finds not water but bodies. To Julie, it's a curse, not a gift, and one she rarely uses—she prefers her quiet life in a trailer, with her grandfather and her dog for company. But when FBI agent Garrett Pierce shows up at her door seeking help with a case, she has no choice but to assist with their search. 

Three girls are still missing. The killer is still out there. As bodies are discovered and more girls disappear, the case becomes almost more than Julie can bear. And when the killer turns his sights toward her, even her growing relationship with the protective Agent Garrett may not be enough to save her.

A Grave Calling begins when an FBI agent shows up asking for Julie's help. She has a gift that's very unusual, and he needs her to use to find someone. However, when things start getting complicated, and let ife gets difficult for Julie she isn't sure what to do next. And when it feels like she doesn't have many people there for her anymore things get worse. She must figure out who she can depend on before it is too late. 

This was the first book in the series and it starts out pretty good. I enjoyed Julie and how she acted and handled everything that happened to her. The only things I didn't understand were some of the odd comments made about her and the agent. And I also didn't understand the issues with the bridges, and that didn't seem to be explained very well. But, other than that I thought this was good. It had a great story filled with tons of twists and turns that had you freaking out and hanging on the edge of your seat. I look forward to more now.
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