Book Review: My Sister’s Grave by Robert Dugoni

After leaving her sister, Sarah, to drive home 20 years ago Tracey Crosswhite never saw her again. Despite a huge manhunt in the county she is never seen again. Edmund House is convicted for her abduction and murder but now, 20 years later, a body is found and confirmed to be Sarah, but her discovery raises many issues for the original case against House.

I found this thriller a bit slow to start with but was drawn in and hooked into reading it about a quarter of the way in. There is great courtroom suspense and drama but the conclusion was a little bit of a let down for me, however the journey proves to be a shell of a ride.

The characterisations were very good, you end up rooting for Tracy and Dan and House is heinous all the way through. A good solid crime thriller.

This book is available to read for free to Kindle Unlimited Subscribers.

Links to Book:

Amazon UK

Amazon US




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