Suspenseful, exciting, and interesting down to the last page, My Sister’s Grave by Robert Dugoni was a great read. The first in the Tracy Crosswhite series, I look forward to continue to follow this storyline. Dugoni writes compelling characters and keeps you in suspense.
Tracy Crosswhite’s sister, Sarah, disappeared twenty years ago and was presumed. Her supposed killer was tried and convicted for her murder and sent to prison. Now, twenty years later, Sarah’s remains have surfaced and opened up a whole new can of worms. The conviction of her supposed killer comes into question and Tracy stumbles upon more and more questions about what exactly happened to Sarah the night she disappeared. What exactly happened to Sarah on that fateful night in 1993? Why did her truck break down? Who really killed her?
I am one of those people who loves playing the “whodunnit” guessing game while reading a book. I can honestly say that this book kept me hanging until the final reveal. I kept tossing around this person or that or some unknown, but doubted my own conclusions until the very end. The method, motive, and location (Clue, anyone? hahaha) were all mysteries to me right up until they were revealed. The ending is both poignant and satisfying. I mourned along with Tracy as she sorted through her grief and breathed in with her as she came to acceptance.
I give My Sister’s Grave by Robert Dugoni 3/5 stars.
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