The Grave Man by David Archer
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
*** 3 Cranky Stars ***
Injured on the job and medically retired from law enforcement, Sam Prichard is a man at a crossroads. The only real skills he has is for a job he can no longer do.
When a child in the neighborhood goes missing, Sam uses his skills to track her and stumbles into a situation bigger than he imagined.
Enter Indiana and McKenzie Perkins. One is a computer whiz who is down on her luck. The other is her daughter and both change Sam's life.
With the held of Indie, Sam throws himself into private investigating, but had no idea where it would lead.
This is an easy, accessible procedural novel that kept me interested. Some of the dialogue needs work and some of the characters' actions, especially on a personal level made me squint.
It's not that sophisticated, but the characters are likable and it was a great rainy day read.
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