Review for Eleventh Grave in Moonlight by Darynda Jones

Tons of mystery and one heavy case load, Charley Davidson is peak perfection in book eleven!
From the beginning until the very end I was caught up in her world; but let’s start from the top, shall we?

Something is up with Uncle Ubie, Angel gets a little touchy feely, and Reyes? Well… he gets some steamy prime time not ready for television moments. I really did love this installment. It feels like a throwback to the earlier books. It’s more focused and albeit still funny, just not as silly as she’s been in some of the latter books– meaning that our Charlie is still fun, but not as childish as she once was.

Reyes and Charley have some much needed time together in Eleventh Grave. A more focused “team” mentality is
driven by the fact that Beep’s protection and security needs to come above all else. It’s time to get down to business and figure out what Charley is truly capable of.

“Few things in life are as surprising as having your husband, the man you gave your heart and soul to, throw you off a 350 foot building. I should know.”

LOL! Get ready folks, this is going to be one hell of a ride with a cliffhanger to die for!


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From the cover…
A typical day in the life of Charley Davidson involves cheating husbands, missing people, errant wives, philandering business owners, and oh yeah...demons, hell hounds, evil gods, and dead people. Lots and lots of dead people. As a part time Private Investigator and full-time Grim Reaper, Charley has to balance the good, the bad, the undead, and those who want her dead. In this eleventh installment, Charley is learning to make peace with the fact that she is a goddess with all kinds of power and that her own daughter has been born to save the world from total destruction. But the forces of hell are determined to see Charley banished forever to the darkest corners of another dimension. With the son of Satan himself as her husband and world-rocking lover, maybe Charley can find a way to have her happily ever after after all

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