"Raleigh Harmon is one of the best heroines in modern literature." — Nicole Petrino-Salter, Into the Fire
On a scenic riverbank outside Seattle, forensic geologist Raleigh Harmon digs up evidence on the FBI's most famous unsolved mystery—the disappearance of hijacker D. B. Cooper.
That's when her life starts to unravel.
Juggling two urgent crime cases—including a murder investigation that might send an innocent man to death row—Raleigh triggers an avalanche of danger. And fractures her romance with FBI agent Jack Stephanson.
Worse, Jack doesn't seem to care.
In The Moon Stands Still, Raleigh Harmon confronts her worst fears of failure and abandonment, fighting to uncover the truth and deliver justice—a truth will change her life forever.
Praise for the Raleigh Harmon mysteries
"Raleigh is truly a remarkable character…."—Melissa
"If you have not read any of these books, do yourself a great favor and get them all!!"— Jennifer
"What I love most about this book is how very real Raleigh seems to be. I keep thinking, 'Raleigh's just like one of us.'" Pia
Editorial Reviews of the Raleigh Harmon series
"Giorello has won the Christy Award and has received two Pulitzer Prize nominations. When you read this book, you'll see why." Booklist, starred review
"It isn't often that I cry at the end of a thriller. This time, part of me was overflowing with affection for the characters; the other part was filled with disappointment because the story was over." Karen Dahood, Bookpleasures.com
"…adding to Giorello's reputation as a pro and a shining star." Publisher's Weekly, starred review
"The clever plot twists will have readers riveted from the start. Tough, edgy Raleigh Harmon and the city of Richmond are beauties with endearing qualities that are hard to resist. Fans of Sue Grafton and Tim Downs should add Giorello to their favorites list." Romantic Times, 4.5 stars