Grave Sight : Harper Connelly Mysteries

  • by Charlaine Harris
  • Narrated by Alyssa Bresnahan
  • Series: Harper Connelly Mysteries
  • 7 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Grave Sight draws listeners into the intriguing world of Harper Connelly, a woman with a unique gift: she can "see" the deceased and how they died.A teenage girl from a small Ozarks town is missing and feared dead. Hired by local police, Harper locates the girl's body in a nearby forest. But there's more than one corpse in those woods, and the second one raises questions no one wants to ask. Soon Harper and her stepbrother/assistant, Tolliver, are under suspicion. All they want is to get out of town, but they will have to clear their reputations first.
Charlaine Harris writes best-selling mysteries described by Booklist as "gripping and spicy", and praised by the Denver Post for their "goofy charm".


What the Critics Say

"A strong debut that will have readers dying for more." (Booklist)
"Harris delivers a knuckle-gnawing tale populated with well-developed, albeit edgy characters. A nifty puzzle toward the end will challenge the most jaded mystery buffs." (Publishers Weekly)


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This story did not have the spark and sizzle of the other Harris books I’ve read. I think it’s because I’ve come to expect such fearless fortitude of her characters, as she wrote in the Sookie Stackhouse stories. Harper Connelly is a character battered by life, and her trepidation at every obstacle in her path does grate on the nerves. That being said, Charlaine Harris is an excellent writer and can do no wrong in her ability to weave a mystery. I might not have loved this story, but I DID like it. I plan to read the others in the series.
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Enjoyable. Interesting. Recommend!

This was the second in the Harper Connolly series I have "read". I messed up in the order, but it didn't make a ton of difference. Since I so loved the Sookie Stackhouse mysteries, I was excited about starting this series. It took be just a bit to get into the story, but the storyline was good,Harper's "gift" is so unusual, the characters well developed and I had a hard time stopping the listen. I basically listened to it non-stop. The narration was the only problem I had as I felt it was too unemotional and made the main character seem very bland. It also made the relationship between Harper and her brother seemed strained, although based on the book that is not the case. The humorous remarks in the story had little emotion due to the narration. All in all, I would recommend this book and the series. It was very enjoyable and I loved the premise!
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- Connie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-22-2006
  • Publisher: Recorded Books