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This is the fourth book of the Harper Connelly series and was a considerable disappointment after the previous ones. In what seemed like a real rush to tie things up with a neat bow, the action galloped along but lacked coherence and ended extremely abruptly as though time had been called.
The disappearance and possible murder of Harper's sister which had run as a theme through the previous books was suddenly explained in a headlong, throwaway fashion which lacked credibility and emotion. To then have Harper marry her stepbrother/lover and intimate that they would be back on the road bringing resolution to the dead that call out to her from their graves strained both credulity… Read more