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....
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My Sister's Grave (Tracy Crosswhite #1) Reviews
"You're not a crazy person, Tracy. Obsessed, maybe."
Tracy Crosswhite still looks over her shoulder in the direction of her sister's murder twenty years ago. You never get over the death of a loved one and you can never quite cross the bridge. That bridge is paved with the stones of so many unanswered questions and no physical remains.
Tracy and her sister, Sarah, were inseparable until the night of her disappearance. Gone. Vanished. Out of sight. But the tragedy lingers and takes its ...more
Tracy Crosswhite is a great character and the beginning of this series! It was helpful that I read the prequel to get me wanting more and get background information on the characters.
My Sister's Grave was a good mystery with a little love interest that I hope develops as the series continues.
I listened to this after reading the succeeding 3 books. It's one of the best of the series. Very interesting, well done mystery with some great twists and turns.
This is the first book I've read by Dugoni, but I'll sure be reading more by him! I really enjoyed this suspense, and am looking forward to the next book in the series. I really liked the main character, Tracey, and I thought that the storyline was full of action and suspense. It kept me intrigued and guessing.
Tracey Crosswaite's sister disappeared and was presumed murdered years ago, but Tracey has never felt quite at peace with the conviction of the alleged killer. When Sarah's body is discove ...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
This book was a great introduction to Tracy Crosswhite. It shows Tracy and her younger sister, Sarah, during their childhood and teen years. Sarah is about to go to college when she's abducted, and her body was never found. Twenty years later, Tracy is a cop in Seattle, but returns to her childhood home when hunters find a burial site in the woods. It also shows how Tracy is dealing with the guilt and how she's believed all these years that the sheriff, district attorney, and others lied in cour ...more
Although this is not the kind of book I would necessarily usually read, I'm glad I did. It was refreshing to read a book written by a male author featuring a strong female protagonist, and Tracey Crosswhite is definitely that. Chemistry teacher turned homicide detective in Seattle, Tracey is tasked with returning to her home town when the remains of her sister are recovered some twenty odd years after her disappearance.
The story features a large amount of police politics and some of the courtro ...more
My interest in this series was peaked by two prequel short stories focused on Detective Tracy Crosswhite’s earlier days. I was really drawn to Tracy while reading The Academy, set during Tracy’s Police Academy days, and knew after reading Third Watch, set during her days as a beat cop in Seattle, that I wanted more of this detective. Though it’s not necessary to read the prequels before launching into the novels, Tracy’s early relationship with her future boss, Johnny Nolasco, is very entertaini ...more