Move kinda slow, but if you like 'cozies' then this should work for you, except it is rather graphic.
Det. Deb Ralston of Ft. Worth receives a callfrom her son-in-law about an extra corspe located among the schools cadavers. A local genealogist, Marvin Tutwiler is reported missing, then Deb's close friend, a writer and researcher for the genealogist is kidnapped, Deb suspects something sinister is afoot. As she investigates this bizarre case, she finds herself dealing with an organization that reaches deep into the past of the American South, and with issues so explosive they lead to murder.
Lee Martin created an excellent female detective for this series of mysteries. Deb Ralston tries to juggle her family and career without neglecting either. Although she often feels that she fails to do both justice, she is a remarkable character. The entire series is well worth the time spent tracking down all the books. I highly recommend not only this book but the entire series. Great for reading while cozying in a comfy chair next to a fire and sipping a hot drink. Or by the pool in summer. Enjoy!
I enjoy the Deb Ralston characters, but the plot of this one seemed a bit much. I enjoyed it anyway, though.