Irene Hannon wraps up her Triple Threat series with Body of Evidence.
About the Book
Forensic pathologist Grace Reilly has seen her share of unusual deaths in rural Missouri. But when she begins to notice a curious pattern in autopsies of elderly residents whose demise appears to be natural, she takes her concerns to Sheriff Nate Cox.
Nate is skeptical about the link Grace is seeing between the deaths–and her suspicions of foul play. But her persistence is compelling. Once she finally convinces him her theory is credible and they join forces to investigate, danger follows. Because exposing the truth could destroy several lives–including Grace’s.
Queen of inspirational romantic suspense Irene Hannon closes out her bestselling Triple Threat series with this gripping tale of secrets revealed and romance sparked.
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Paula Shreckhise says
That book was awesome but not for the squeamish!
My first line comes from Within These Gilded Halls by Abigail Wilson.
Southern England, 1819
Hunting the treasure without me?
A fascinating book!
Cindy Davis says
This is one I want to read as well. I hope you enjoy it! Have a fabulous weekend! https://cindysbookcorner.blogspot.com/2022/10/first-line-friday-66-duplicate-bride.html
Nicole Santana says
I’m currently reading Authentically, Izzy by Pepper Basham. It’s super cute!
“In my psychology class we learned that the best way to deal with sensitive artistic personalities like Eli’s is to ask questions to help them come to their own conclusions. Directness may lead to internal wounds. Or was that about counseling teenagers? Oh well, I’m sure it works for both.”
Have a great weekend!!!
I’m assuming they weren’t supposed to be in the prep room? Interesting beginning.
Danielle Grandinetti says
I haven’t kept up with this series, but I love Irene Hannon’s books. I’m currently re-reading To Treasure an Heiress by Roseanna M White. The first line is: “Prince … or pirate?” Have a great weekend!
Jen @ Grace to Grow says
This one is up next on my TBR list! This week I featured the first line from Concrete Evidence by DiAnn Mills. http://gracetogrowblog.com/concrete-evidence-diann-mills/
Have a great week!