Friday, January 29, 2021

Death Grip by Elaine Viets

Angie is a death investigator.  She goes to where the body has been found, takes pictures and notes all the injuries.  She got a phone call to head out to the woods to find a buried body and do her job. 

Severn House and Net Galley let me read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published March 2nd.

As they look over the site, they decide there is more than one victim.  Sure enough, they find two more skeletons.  The first body is somewhat intact yet, skeletons are harder to identify.

The worst part of the investigation is that the suspected killer is a rich and important person.  They are warned away from him.  But it just makes them more determined to find facts to support their suspicions.

They find one woman who had survived but had all kinds of bruises.  She has photos she gives to Angie.

They identify the three buried bodies.  One woman is still missing.  Angie thinks she knows where she is.  She's right but the killer is there, too...

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