Harper Connelly's past comes back to haunt her in the final gripping supernatural mystery from bestselling author Charlaine Harris.
Taking a break from investigating, Harper and Tolliver head back to Texas, where they grew up - and her sister Cameron went missing eight years ago.
But when they arrive home, Tolliver's dad arrives on the scene seeking forgiveness, and the police get a tip-off that after all these years, Cameron's been spotted in a mall. Soon, family secrets ensnare them both and Harper finally discovers what happened to her missing sister so many years before.
And what she finds out will change her world forever. . .
'Harris delivers a knuckle-gnawing tale . . . [that] will challenge the most jaded mystery buffs' Publishers Weekly on Grave Sight
In bestseller Harris's solid fourth Harper Connelly mystery (after 2007's An Ice Cold Grave), Harper, who can not only locate bodies but also deduce the cause of death, and her stepbrother, Tolliver Lang, are summoned to Texas by members of the wealthy Joyce family, who are looking for answers behind the death of their patriarch, Rich. But when an act of violence threatens the pair, Harper realizes that the circumstances behind Rich's death may have ties to her own troubled childhood in nearby Texarkana. Further complicating matters, Tolliver and his drug addict father, who's recently been paroled, have an uneasy reunion that stirs up long-buried memories about the unsolved disappearance eight years earlier of Harper's older sister, Cameron. Harper and Tolliver's relationship, which blossomed into romance in Ice Cold, is the beating heart of the story and helps smooth over the somewhat rushed and questionably coincidental plot.