Tracy Crosswhite has spent twenty years questioning the facts surrounding her sister Sarahs disappearance and the murder trial that followed. She doesnt believe that Edmund House a convicted rapist and the man condemned for Sarahs murder is the guilty party. Motivated by the opportunity to obtain real justice, Tracy became a homicide detective with the Seattle PD and dedicated her life to tracking down killers.When Sarahs remains are finally discovered near their hometown in the northern Cascade mountains of Washington State, Tracy is determined to get the answers shes been seeking. As she searches for the real killer, she unearths dark, long-kept secrets that will forever change her relationship to her past and open the door to deadly danger....
|Title||:||My Sister's Grave (Tracy Crosswhite #1)|
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My Sister's Grave (Tracy Crosswhite #1) Reviews
Dugoni returns after a publication hiatus to introduce the reader to his newest creation, Detective Tracy Crosswhite. In the struggle to come to terms with her sister's kidnapping and suspected murder, Crosswhite cannot help but seek a means of getting much needed answers to end her own speculation. When the body discovered in a wooded area turns out to be that of Sarah Crosswhite, the community is shocked and the drama of the murder resurfaces, even though someone is already serving time for th ...more
Absolutely excellent! This is a thriller at its best for me. I kept flicking the pages and ended up staying up very late [early hours of the morning and tired out the next day] to finish reading it. It so captured every single tingle in me.
For 20 years she has been wondering what has happened to her sister. For 20 years she believes the wrong person was blamed. No body to proof anything. I can't tell you too much about this story as it needs to be read by you the reader to get all the pieces of ...more
Tracy Crosswhite has been searching for answers about her missing sister Sarah for twenty years. One evening after a shooting competition when the girls were driving back Sarah disappeared never to be found again. This incident changed Tracy’s life forever and she changed her career from a chemistry teacher to a homicide detective. Now after twenty years Sarah’s body is found and Tracy feels the man convicted for the crime may be innocent after all. Tracy with her childhood friend Dan, who is no ...more
I started out backwards ...not too unusual for me. I read HER FINAL BREATH, second book in the series before this one. Happily, both books are fine as stand-alones.
Tracy is a homicide detective who's been searching for her missing sister for the past 20 years. Sara disappeared when she was 18 and was never seen or heard of again. A man was arrested and sent to prison for her murder based on evidence found. That should have satisfied Tracy's need for justice, but she always felt that something wa ...more
Tracy's sister Sarah disappeared 20 years ago and Edmund House, a convicted rapist is accused and jailed for the murder, despite that they never found the body. But Tracy never believed that Edmund was the real killer. Now Sarah's body is finally discovered and Tracy sets out to find the real killer. But it seems that there are people out there that don't want her to know the truth...
I was quickly pulled into this story and read almost 60% of the book in one evening. The story is intense and mov ...more
Robert Dugongi has written a very good police procedural/legal thriller. It took me awhile to realize this about My Sister’s Grave. It didn’t come to me right away that I was reading a very good novel. Dugongi’s writing style is a bit loose and somewhat quirky. It is definitely a book that you have to give yourself to. I am a fan of police procedurals and legal thrillers so I would be more apt to like My Sister’s Grave.
Tracey Crosswhite grew up in the Cascade Mountain area of Washington State i ...more
Twenty years ago, Tracy Crosswhite’s sister went missing. Since then, Tracy has become a detective. Though a convicted rapist was found guilty of her sister’s death, a body was never found, and Tracy has never felt certain that Edmund House was actually the killer. When a body is found, Tracy returns to the small town in Washington state where she grew up and works with a friend from college who is now a lawyer to go over the court case again and find any holes in it in an effort to make sure th ...more
Tracy Crosswhite loses her sister, Sarah, who disappears without a trace, when they were young. Tracy uses this watershed of an event to enroll as a homicide detective. When someone is caught as the killer of her sister, Tracy doesn't believe he did it, for reasons of her own.
Sarah's body is discovered and that sets the ball rolling for the appeasement and peace of mind for Tracy, and closure too. Recently I've been reading lots of first books in their series where the victim is someone very clo ...more