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- Publisher: Blackstone Pub; Unabridged edition (7 August 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1982539615
- ISBN-13: 978-1982539610
- Boxed-product Weight: 236 g
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About the Author
Jennifer Graeser Dornbush is the daughter of a medical examiner, who has had decades of on-site experience in death investigation and 360 hours of forensic training through the Forensic Science Academy. She uses these experiences to pen crime fiction for film and television. A member of Sisters in Crime, she hosts webinars on crime writing through Writer's Digest.
Sophie Amoss is a voice talent and Earphones Award-winning narrator.
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Although engaged to a doctor from a well to do family Nick is her first love. Now the town sheriff, he has never stopped loving her.
When a young rising equestrian star is murdered Emily steps in to help using her medical skills to uncover the murderer. In doing so emotions surface which never really went away as well as an unresolved issue from the past.
The author is the daughter of a real medical examiner drawing on personal experience and memories to write this book. The ending left me wanting to know more and eager for a sequel.
This book has a little romance, mystery, crime and a hard to pick villain (the last person I thought of). My favourite parts included details on the coroner/autopsy/medical side of things.
Emily was my favourite character. She had a lot of personality traits I admire.
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for a free digital copy of the book in return for an honest review.
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I kept with this book because I wanted to see how easily the female protagonist gives up her medical career in Chicago to settle with the sheriff and a small town medical examiner practice. So easy.
Not so easy to digest is the weird thing with her mother's death 15 years prior. And why she fled her small town, her father, the love interest, etc. And why her father didn't investigate his own wife's death. This is not explained well nor does it add much to the story. In fact, the whole thing hangs like a bag of moldy laundry all over this story. It doesn't smell right and you can't get rid of it. If anybody can explain the ending, you have my admiration.
Overall, a great read. I highly recommend it!
It is a little unrealistic in that the main character had not returned home for many, many years. But the rest is believable. Fun read.
After reading about the author's background, I could trust that the science in the book is realistic making it that much more believable and better. A great read.