Charley Davidson has been asked to help solve a cold case involving the murder of five people, and her curiosity, as well as her friendship with FBI Special Agent Carson, compels her to say yes. An early morning drive high into the mountains, with no coffee, could be rough, but Charley has Reyes Farrow, her son-of-the-devil fiancée along for encouragement. And protection. Charley needs plenty these days, what with the twelve hellhounds who have escaped eternal damnation and are hell-bent on finding the Grim Reaper.
Charley may not be making much progress with her investigations, but she is learning more and more about her own existence and what the prophecies have foretold. Reyes tries to explain his importance in a relative, celestial sense, but Charley’s still not sure what she thinks about her powers, or her destiny. The one thing they both know for sure is that the forces bent on destroying Charley mean business, and Reyes will do anything and everything to protect the woman who is everything that matters to him.
As Charley’s investigation comes to a series of earth-shattering conclusions, it becomes apparent that her powers are growing, changing in ways she has yet to comprehend. But Reyes understands only too well, and he’ll go to any length to keep Charley, and their future, alive….
The latest offering in Darynda Jones’ fantastic Charley Davidson series, Seventh Grave and No Body brings readers along for one heckuva ride as Charley begins to deal with what she is now realizing is her true purpose and destiny here on earth . . . and beyond. From first chapter to last, this story is nothing short of a page turner, and readers will find themselves incapable of putting this book down. Jones remains inventive with her plotting and character twists, bringing Charley and Reyes relationships with each other and with those around them to a new, heightened level with each passing chapter. Seventh Grave and No Body does what every great novel in a series should do—advance the story with stunning developments and leave readers gasping for more. Done and done.