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Silent Evidence

por Rachel Grant

Séries: Evidence Series (8)

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Hazel MacLeod, forensic anthropologist, has been called in at the last minute by her sister to examine and investigate a large deposit of human bones found when a drawdown has been done on a local lake, exposing the bones and the mystery of who these people were and why their remains are all in one spot. Sean Logan who works for Raptor Security has been asked by the owner to protect Hazel after threatening letters indicate that she might be in danger. Hazel and Sean must convince the people at a destination wedding that they are a couple, but that means that they must lie to their closest family and friends. Their history together complicates matters when the lie starts to seem all too real.
This story has lots of technical information that becomes a little overwhelming at times, especially when events from previous books in the Evidence Series are referred to without much information to remind the reader what those events were. However, the romance is well developed and believable since the couple has has several incidents over a period of years when they have each considered a relationship with the other. Overall a good story to add to and possibly end the Evidence Series. ( )
  ftbooklover | Oct 12, 2021 |
Silent Evidence is the 8th book in the Evidence series but don’t let that stop you from reading it if you haven’t read the other books. Part way into the beginning of this book, I realized I must have missed the previous book in the series, because I didn’t remember some of the names of the characters or the situations they had faced. I must admit, I thought for a heartbeat would I be missing some of the back story because of that, but then I figured not everyone will have read all of the series, so no going back, just continue reading. I am so glad I did. Rachel laid out the characters so well, that not having read the previous book, which was about Hazel’s sister Ivy, I didn’t feel as if I was missing out. In fact, it allowed me to focus on Hazel and Sean’s story exclusively and what a fascinating story it was.

I loved learning about how forensic anthropologist Hazel MacLeod worked, what it was she was able to learn about the bones she was brought in to examine in a mass grave near the home she is staying in, and how she was able to pretend to be in a relationship with her bodyguard Sean, a man she had in the past felt something for. In fact, her feelings towards Sean, and his feelings, that he tries to deny towards Hazel, put a very interesting dynamic into play in this book.

There is fun, frolic (think scavenger hunt with a bit of a twist since most of the couples hunting are brilliant strategists) and romance since there is a wedding that Sean is the Best Man for. There is also suspense, politics and racism, but as always, Rachel lays it all out in an amazingly readable and exciting book. I had a hard time putting this book down and not all of it was a feel good storyline, in fact the trauma some of the characters had to go through, being former military, or having been held hostage and tortured, adds just the right balance to make this a true romantic suspense story, heavier in the suspense, just the way I like them.

I always like to read a series in order, but based on my experience with this book, you don’t have to, to enjoy and get lost in the story. Rachel Grant is an automatic read author for me and after you read this book, I think she will be the same for you. Enjoy, I know I did. ( )
  Traann | Dec 23, 2018 |
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