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Deadly Undertakings

Rebekah Smith is an assistant to the state medical examiner in Salt Lake City, UT, it's a job that she loves, much to the chagrin of her boyfriend, Josh. One day a really strange case comes to the medical examiner's office. A centenarian is brought into the office, she had been in excellent health, lived on her own. One day she was found by her daughter dead, but strangely enough, she was already dressed as though for her funeral and she'd been embalmed even before being discovered by anyone else. If that wasn't strange enough, there is another man found in exactly the same way. Rebekah knows that it's not just a coincidence, and that she and her boyfriend Josh can solve the cases and figure out just who is stalking centenarians and why. The only problem is, it might just cost them their lives.

This book was really creepy, just in the way the bodies were. I was creeped out from the beginning, not in a bad way, just in a mystery book type way. I enjoyed the story line. I liked the characters and thought that the book was way mysterious. I would never have guessed just who the bad guy was. It was quite a shock to me as to who it was! 

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  1. After chatting with Gregg on Saturday at the fair, I am looking forward to reading this book. I think it'll be a good one of his for me to start with, since I haven't read any others either. So thanks for the review!

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