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In a small town like Solitude, Oregon, keeping a secret can be murder.

Stevie Taylor had left her sleepy Oregon hometown for a more exciting life. But after her police chief father passes away, the LAPD cop returns to Solitude and signs on as a patrol officer, hoping to heal from her loss... and from the horrific things she's seen in the city.

In Solitude, everyone knows everyone else's business - and, to Stevie's dismay, local gossip soon ties her to the new police chief and a man from her past. Tragedy then shakes up the small town when a teenager dies after taking a strange new drug. Now, the seasoned LA cop must hunt down the dealer while investigating the most important case of her life, one that could divide her tranquil town.

The first of four thrilling Rogue River novellas, On Her Father's Grave launches a new romantic suspense series from Kendra Elliot and Melinda Leigh.

©2014 Kendra Elliot (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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Oh so good! Good plot. Good characters and nicely written. An easy read but interesting

L A lady cop returns to her small town and her loving family. She was a good cop in LA and remains a cop in the small town. The new Chief of police is a good cop also and the two of them must find out what/who caused the death of two high school boys. I am going to listen to the next in the series right now.

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  • Wayne
  • Matthews, NC
  • 04-15-16

Pretty good thriller

Kendra Elliot is on of the authors of suspense novels I read to fill in time between novels I'm really looking forward to. Until the new David Baldacci novel is released next Tuesday all I have is either time fillers or authors I am unsure of. I have eight Kendra Eliot novels in my Audible library and they rarely disappoint. Like all of her novels this one is set in Oregon. The local sheriff dies of a heart attack and one of his daughters who is a detective in Los Angeles returns home to be with family (mother, 2 adult brothers, an adult sister and some nieces and nephews). She joins the sheriff's department and soon after goes about solving a murder of a teenager. Of course she also falls in love with the new sheriff. It's a nice action/suspense novel. Kate Rudd narrates wonderfully well.

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Great listen for a road trip

Great little story. It provided entertainment during my 3 hour road trip. I will be listening to the rest of the series. Very likable characters.

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Loved it!

This author is one of my favorites to listen to.
The narrator Kate Rudd does a fantastic job always.

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Good Story in the beginning but crash and burns

It was okay the lady character was such a woosy person for being a top LAPD officer she was sad and pathetic and way to emotional the character needed to be stronger.this story was so predictable after the first chapter I already knew the ending and what was going to happen.Glad I didn't waste my money on this book

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why so short

the story and characters just got going and the book ended. it would be bad if the author just wanted to sell another book rather than tell a good story. ill try one more book and if it leaves you hanging i wont bother with this author again. very short sighted.

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A let down from other Elliot books.

Not nearly as good as others by Kendra Elliot. The story and performance were both under par for her. This is the only one of ten that I have not given five stars across.

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A novella? More like half of a story ?!

A novella? More like half of a story ?! I like this author but this was hardly satisfying...

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Excellent story

I have really enjoyed this book. The author has a very good style of writing.

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boring

very short. no thinking needed.

quick and to the point. not sure I would recommend it to anyone.

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  • Fleetwoodboy
  • 07-17-16

Ladies intuition is good

An interesting and enjoyable lead in book to this series. Not dynamic action but enough to keep my interest throughout. The ending came up quickly but was believable and fitted in with the book being a novella. Looking forward to see how the author develops this theme.