Ever since Harper Connelly survived a zap from a lightning bolt, she’s been able to find dead people, a skill that makes the protagonist in the. Grave Sight is the first of four novels in The Harper Connelly Mysteries by American mystery author Charlaine Harris. Harper Connelly, the central character of. Title: Grave Sight: A Harper Connelly Graphic Novel Author(s): Charlaine Harris ISBN: / (USA edition) Publisher: InkLit.

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This series has a little paranormal element to it, but it’s very far from being an outright urban fantasy like Sookie books are.

Picked up an Audible copy on sale. Then there’s one missing and presumed dead sister that Harper is very clinically detached and cold aka “avoiding false hope” about, sigut determined to find, at least her body, and two other sisters raised by Tolliver’s religious and manipulative aunt to sigjt Tolliver and Harper both for reasons unknown. The local authorities become suspicious and ask them not to leave town. Because of her special skills she finds that she is in demand from various people for various reasons.

Harper Connelly is a woman who was struck by lightning as a teen, and this has left her with the ability to find dead bodies and say what they died of.

Harper is even described as having her stomach clench when Tolliver “sweet talks” someone else. As a heroine, I didn’t like Harper as well as Sookie. In Grave SightHarper Connelly and her protective stepbrother, Tolliver Lang, help find the whereabouts and condition of a missing teenage girl in a small town in the Ozark mountainsonly to encounter a complex network of lies and murders.


Grave Sight by Charlaine Harris 1 8 Mar 14, After reading her Sookie Stackhouse books, I checked out all her other hagris.

I guess it’s the “shoot Well I did stay up till 1: Chharlaine ignore that godawful cover. I liked her narration. You’d think, in a mystery, that a list writer would probably, maybe, keep a list while she’s running around tracking down all those clues.

Christian Grey rated it really liked it Shelves: And what a family background it is. But actually, I quite enjoyed Grave Sight: Want to Read saving….

I like the tension and the dynamics created between them and I overall enjoyed the story. I really like these books but just to warn you they’re very dark and not humerous at all. View all 9 comments.

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Harper’s thing with Hollis is another kind of creepy in hcarlaine. Pages to import images to Wikidata Charlsine stub articles. Overall, it was a really enjoyable read.

I found it very interesting Characters: Harper is not the most endearing heroine we’ve ever read about. Hollis’s wife Sally died sometime after February. In Pursuit of the Proper Sinner. When Harper was 15 she was struck by lightning. Harper and her brother get involved in the unraveling case of these murders, and others that are related. It was described as “short and violent and the most exciting encounter Harper had ever experienced.

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Harper takes it upon herself to find the true story and killer if they are ever going to be able to leave this town. I really enjoyed reading this. Some things just shouldn’t be Thankfully, we find out that they are not actually siblings, but that their parents married each other when they were teens.


I liked all Aurora Teagarden books this librarian who lives in a tiny southern town sure finds herself in a middle of murder investigations quite often and disliked Lily Bard series too much pointless violence. I was hoping for more of her special ability of being able to ‘speak’ to the departed and the story did revolve around this, but there wasn’t very much of that side of things this time.

One, especially of a dislikable person, is my favorite. The series is first person narrative I thi 4 Stars for the Audiobook.

The books, set in Shakespeare, Arkansas, feature a heroine who has survived a terrible attack and is learning to live with its consequences. Apparently, this, along with Harper’s injury, the one which caused her ability to sense the dead, are where her co-dependence on her brother stems from, but I don’t get it. She is extremely dependent on him not only professionally but for emotional stability. There are just ephermal whiffs of it that peep through once or twice even as they are pursuing sexual relationships sihgt other people.