Review: ‘Tracking Concealed Evidence’ by Sharee Stover

About The Book
Unearthing clues in a murder

could be the last thing they do…

To salvage his reputation, former forensic entomologist Jamie Dyer and his cadaver dog search for clues in a dismissed homicide—and find the victim’s sister, Detective Shaylee Adler, buried alive. Convinced her senator brother-in-law is behind the attack on her and her sister’s disappearance, Shaylee needs Jamie’s expertise. But can they uncover a deadly conspiracy before the killer buries the case—and them—for good?

From Love Inspired Suspense: Courage. Danger. Faith.
About Sharee Stover
Colorado native Sharee Stover lives in Nebraska with her real-life-hero husband, three too-good-to-be-true children, and two ridiculously spoiled dogs. A self-proclaimed word nerd, she loves the power of the written word to transform, ignite and restore. She writes Christian romantic suspense combining heart-racing, nail-biting suspense and the delight of falling in love all in one. When she isn’t writing, Sharee enjoys reading, crocheting and long walks with her obnoxiously lovable German Shepherd. Visit her at
My rating: 4 Stars!
Sharee Stover takes her readers on an interesting trip to the Black Hills of South Dakota. Only it’s a dangerous trip, with a killer lurking behind every tree. We get a good journey into sink holes, mines, caves, and entomology. And that killer will stop at nothing to silence those who are onto his crimes. And there are dogs!! Sharee Stover knows her stuff. Recommended.

My thanks to the publisher for a copy of this book. The opinion here is mine.
Publisher: Love Inspired
Publication Date: February 22, 2022
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