Harper Connelly has what you might call a strange job: she finds dead people. She can sense the final location of a person who's passed, and share their very last moment. The way Harper sees it, she's providing a service to the dead while bringing some closure to the living - but she's used to... show more
Harper Connelly has what you might call a strange job: she finds dead people. She can sense the final location of a person who's passed, and share their very last moment. The way Harper sees it, she's providing a service to the dead while bringing some closure to the living - but she's used to most people treating her like a blood-sucking leech. Traveling with her step-brother Tolliver as manager and sometime-bodyguard, she's become an expert at getting in, getting paid, and getting out fast. Because for the living it's always urgent - even if the dead can wait forever.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 26th 2006
Pages no: 293
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Harper Connelly (#1)
Harper finds dead people and can tell how they died. Called to Sarne, Arkansas to find a body she then goes on to find that several dead people related to the body she was called to find did not die they way their death certificates said. Now she is involved in finding out what happened to these peo...
Charlene Harris has a talent for writing about the different and the damaged; Harper Connelly is both. Harris' smooth writing style makes this book an easy read but that is not to say that the book is without substance. Harper Connelly and her brother are both people I want to know more about: eth...
In this the first book of the Harper Connelly series Ms Harris introduces us to Harper, the survivor of a lightening strike. She managed to survive and beside the usual physical issues of that much electricity on the human body, Harper now knows where bodies are buried. She hears a buzzing that gets...
3.25 stars. This is my first book by the author and I have to ask, do a lot of her characters have unusual names? Tolliver, Hollis, Dell? Then the rest. I was intrigued by the story but I wasn't entirely drawn in, some of the plot was just a little odd for me and everyone seemed related to every...
I read Grave Sight very fast, so it must have been good. It definitely held my attention, probably because there was always something about to happen next and I was hardly able to put it down. Most of the characters are sort-of roughly sketched, enough to give them personality and distinction, but...