Review – DEEPER THAN THE GRAVE by Tine Whittle

Deeper Than the GraveDeeper Than The Grave

Tina Whittle

Poisoned Pen Press A Tai Randolph Mystery (series)

Tina Whittle has a gift for writing tense scenes and troubled characters. Tai Randolph, the young protagonist, and her love interest, Trey Seaver, an ex-FBI agent, who suffers from PTSD after a critical head injury add an undercurrent to the story.

When a Civil War hero’s ancient grave is tossed by a tornado that sets down in North Georgia, more than skeletal remains are sent flying. Plot twists reign in this mystery/thriller as Trey approaches the annual anniversary that usually sends him spiraling into chaos, the gun shop is almost destroyed, the rich, a prominent Southern family fights the investigation, a little grave complicates things, and a young, unexpected visitor keeps you on your toes. Whittle is a pro at revving up the tension and pacing it just right to keep the readers attention. It certainly kept mine engaged.

This review was prepared by Mahala Church for her column Barefoot Reviews in the February 2015 issue of The Book Breeze.

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