I have recommended, and will continue to recommend, My Sister’s Grave to everyone I know who reads novels.
The novel introduces the world to Tracy Crosswhite, a sharpshooting Seattle detective whose kid sister was murdered in their youth.
As many procedurals do, the novel has two cases to solve. There’s the immediate murder that Crosswhite and her partner, Kinsington Rowe, are working. Then there is Crosswhite’s sister’s murder, which was solved long ago, but hurriedly and without a body.
As you might’ve guessed, the discovery of that body in her long-hidden “grave” decades later is what sets the events of My Sister’s Grave in motion.Continue reading “Book review: My Sister’s Grave by Robert Dugoni”