Deeper Than the Grave

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Deeper Than the Grave

Deeper Than the Grave It s taken almost a year but Tai Randolph has her new life together She s running a semisuccessful Atlanta gun shop catering to Civil War re enactors Her lover the sexy if securityobsessed Trey Seav

  • Title: Deeper Than the Grave
  • Author: Tina Whittle
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  • Page: 204
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  • It s taken almost a year, but Tai Randolph has her new life together She s running a semisuccessful Atlanta gun shop catering to Civil War re enactors Her lover, the sexy if securityobsessed Trey Seaver, is sorting out his challenges There s not a single corpse on her horizon, and her previously haphazard existence is finally stable, secure and unsurprising Then a torIt s taken almost a year, but Tai Randolph has her new life together She s running a semisuccessful Atlanta gun shop catering to Civil War re enactors Her lover, the sexy if securityobsessed Trey Seaver, is sorting out his challenges There s not a single corpse on her horizon, and her previously haphazard existence is finally stable, secure and unsurprising Then a tornado blows by a Kennesaw Mountain cemetery, scattering the skeletal remains of a Confederate hero Assisting the bones recovery effort is a job her late Uncle Dexter would have relished, as does Tai Does she hit the jackpot on discovering a jumble of bones in the underbrush No The bones reveal a recent murder, with her deceased uncle leading the suspect list As Tai struggles to clear Dexter s name and save the business he left her she uncovers deadly secrets were also buried in the red Georgia clay And realizes there s a live murderer on the loose, a clever killer who has tried to conceal the crimes of the present in the stories of the past As she risks her own life to unravel two mysteries one from a previous century, one literally at her doorstep Tai rediscovers her dangerous taste for murder and mayhem.

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    1. Monette Michaels on said:

      Another stellar entry to the Tai Randolph series. The mystery is an intricate puzzle that weaves past murders to a present day death. This book like the third delves deeply into the remnants of the old South and takes a sharp look at race relations and family ties.But what stands out for me is the growth in the intimate relationship between Tai and Trey. Both are still dealing with issues from their pasts: Tai's are more emotional and deal with family and her deep mistrust of opening herself to [...]

    2. Kathy Martin on said:

      Tai gets swept into a complicated situation when she is called in by a friend of her uncle's to try to find some bones a civil war hero after a tornado destroys his fancy mausoleum. Tai's search has her recovering much more recent bones. The bones belong to Lucius Dufrene and the last person to see him alive might have been her late Uncle Dexter. Tai has to get involved to clear her uncle's name.Tai's investigation has her looking at the black market in civil war memorabilia, a drug traficking r [...]

    3. Betty on said:

      Tri Randolph is working on getting gun shop ready to open when she receives a phone call that tornado has destroyed the grave site of Confederate solider. Tri and Trey head out to the area to help with the recovery of the bones. Tri finds the skull and call 911 and the coroner takes procession of the skull much to the dismay of the Amberdecker family. Trey is working on security issues at the gun store as there have been false alarms. One of the gun shop neighbors is causing problems. Tri needs [...]

    4. Laura on said:

      Tai Randolph is the owner of a gun shop in Atlanta that specializes in Civil War re-enactment relics along with run-of-the-mill firearms and ammo. Formerly owned by her Uncle Dexter, Tai has organized the inventory and has settled in, making the business profitable in the process.Her boyfriend, Trey Seaver, has beefed up security for the shop. As a corporate security agent, and former FBI agent, he is obsessed with keeping Tai safe. She finds his security measures equally aggravating and endeari [...]

    5. Mahala Church on said:

      Tina Whittle has a gift for writing tense scenes and troubled characters. Tai Randolph, the young protagonist, and her love interest, Trey Seaver, an ex-FBI agent, who suffers from PTSD after a critical head injury add an undercurrent to the story that effectively builds tension throughout the book. Tai has inherited her uncle’s Atlanta gun shop and worked hard to get it back on its feet, no thanks to her neighboring shop owner, who throws one obstacle after another at Tai to force her to move [...]

    6. Steve on said:

      For those of you who have grown tired of the Nina Wilde and Eddie Chases series, this one is for you. This is the first Tai Raddolph book I have read. I can assure you I just added the others to my Kindle. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. So many things connected me with what was going on. I grew up in the area covered by this book. I lived right near Kennesaw Mountain and spend a lot of time at Stone Mountain and points in between. It's always interesting to get to connect on that level with a b [...]

    7. Zita K. on said:

      This book is an interesting mystery crime novel with the flavor of the South. The main characters Tai and Trey are the perfect couple, they complement each other both in life and in the investigation of crime. Deeper Than the Grave is the fourth book in Tai Randolph Mysteries, but can be read as the first, although I think that the series will follow the development of the relationship between Tai and Trey, so it would be a good idea to read the previous books. At a time when Tai thinks her life [...]

    8. Maggie on said:

      Tai Randolph is determined to make a go of her uncle’s Atlanta gun shop, which caters to the Civil War Reenactor crowd. One of the added perks of the north Georgia location is the relative proximity of her boyfriend, security expert Trey Seaver. Though both Tai and Trey suffer from PTSD, Tai’s worries don’t stop her from trying to figure out what happened to Private Braxton Amberdecker’s missing bones. After a tornado blew through the area, the Civil War soldier’s coffin was shattered [...]

    9. Genie McFate on said:

      Oh, the agony of waiting for a new book from the public library! At least, I was number one on the waitlist :).It’s wonderful when a book you’ve been waiting for meets and exceeds your expectations. Tina Whittle’s Deeper than the Grave, is another great addition to her series featuring Tai Randolph, a gun shop owner, and Trey Seaver, corporate security agent.A tornado comes through town, tearing up the land, and revealing the dead secrets of the past and present. Relic hunters and artifact [...]

    10. Nancy on said:

      Tai Randolph is making a go at running a gun and ammo shop she inherited from her late uncle, geared toward Civil War reenactors in Georgia. When a twister hits the Atlanta area and levels Kennesaw Cemetary, Tai and her boyfriend Trey Seaver are enlisted to find the missing bones of a Confederate soldier. Tai finds bones, all right, but not from the Civil War era! With these more recent remains Tai finds herself embroiled in another murder mystery, setting to prove her late uncle wasn't involved [...]

    11. Barbara on said:

      The main character of the book, Tai Randolph is preparing to open a gun shop catering to Civil War enactors in Atlanta. A tornado comes through the town and destroys The Kennesaw Mountain cemetery. As it does so, it scatters the bones of a Civil War hero. While trying to help find all the bones, Tai comes upon a skull which turns out to be that of a recent murder victim. Her uncle becomes a suspect for this murder and Tai decides to help prove him innocent. Really enjoyed this read. The author h [...]

    12. Susan on said:

      Tai Randolph owns a gun shop, but she comes to the aid of a friend of her late uncle when a tornado strikes near the Kennesaw Mountain battlefield. Among other damage, the tornado wrecked the tomb of a Confederate soldier, whose descendents still own the land. But Tai finds a newer skeleton on the property. Despite the wishes of her boyfriend Trey, she feels she must investigate, as her uncle is a suspect in the killing. The Atlanta tourist bureau might not like this one--in addition to a tornad [...]

    13. Kay Wright on said:

      Apparently one of a series, there is a lot of referencing events in former books which gets annoying. The main character sells guns and confederate flags, not exactly my area of interest, but she is well developed. The boyfriend is reduced to a series of tics and tensing of muscles while dress in Armani and driving a Ferrari. The mystery is silly and the characters not compelling enough for another try.

    14. Vicki on said:

      I would have enjoyed this mystery anyway, but the use of the January 2014 polar vortex event when I myself was struggling through Atlanta made it especially interesting, as did the part played by Civil War reenactors, as my son has done that.

    15. A. Jones on said:

      I love, love, love Tai and Tre. The only reason I didn't give it five stars, was that darn mystery kept getting in the way of their story. ;)

    16. Terri on said:

      As always, a good read. This is the latest in this series about a female gunshop owner, but way out of the 'cozy' mystery genre.

    17. Mahala Church on said:

      Tina Whittle has a gift for writing tense scenes and troubled characters. Tai Randolph, the young protagonist, and her love interest, Trey Seaver, an ex-FBI agent, who suffers from PTSD after a critical head injury add an undercurrent to the story that effectively builds tension throughout the book. Tai has inherited her uncle’s Atlanta gun shop and worked hard to get it back on its feet, no thanks to her neighboring shop owner, who throws one obstacle after another at Tai to force her to move [...]

    18. Kathy on said:

      Deeper Than the Grave is the fourth book in the Tai Randolph Mystery series by author Tina Whittle. Once again, we are back in Atlanta at the gun shop Tai inherited from her Uncle Dexter. Tai's boyfriend Trey Seaver is back as well. They are both fascinating people and make the Tai Randolph series stand out from others. Their relationship evolves and progresses with each novel in the series.Amidst dealing with false alarms at the gun shop, a tornado rips through the area. The tornado churns thro [...]

    19. Terry Odell on said:

      My Favorite So FarTina Whittle continues her Tai Randolph/Trey Seaver series with another winner. She deftly weaves in history along with her mystery. This is the kind of book I love to re-read—the first time for the developing relationship between Tai and Trey, and another time for the mystery. Tai understands that Trey's brain isn't wired the same way it was before his accident, but her love for him makes it worth the effort. Trey needs to be in control of his life, and as the series progres [...]

    20. Genie McFate on said:

      Oh, the agony of waiting for a new book from the public library! At least, I was number one on the waitlist :).It’s wonderful when a book you’ve been waiting for meets and exceeds your expectations. Tina Whittle’s Deeper than the Grave, is another great addition to her series featuring Tai Randolph, a gun shop owner, and Trey Seaver, corporate security agent.A tornado comes through town, tearing up the land, and revealing the dead secrets of the past and present. Relic hunters and artifact [...]

    21. Susan on said:

      Tai has inherited her Uncle Dexter's gun shop. Due to a tornado, the grave of Pvt. Braxton Amberdecker have scattered his bones all over the cemetery. But the cursory examination of the bones are someone else's -- the bones are Lucius Dufrene who is a convicted thief that worked for Uncle Dexter. With some digging makes Tai and her boyfriend Trey, they believe that the reason Lucius's bones in Braxton's grave has as much to do with Braxton as with Lucius. How will Tai discover the connection bet [...]

    22. Gay on said:

      Tai Randolph has the gun shop in Atlanta, formerly owned by her Uncle Dexter, and also sells items to Civil War re-enactors. Her boyfriend, Trey Seaver, is a security consultant who keeps adding more equipment to her already-secure shop and home above it.The story concerns a skeleton found after a tornado on the grounds of Kennesaw Mountain cemetery, of a civil war hero--supposedly. The bones turn out to be of a more recent victim which poses the question of who the bones belong to, why were the [...]

    23. Charlene on said:

      A great combination of mystery and history told with interesting characters. Tai is starting a new life running the gun shop her uncle left her as she deals with the retired professional sniper mental problems and the near by shop owner who wants her out of the strip mall. It was a slow start but certain is griping as it goes along.

    24. Sarah on said:

      I received this book for free through first reads.Tai Randolph is a very well built character, the author made a good research about the civil war to write this, and the various plot twists of this story made it very entertaining. It was an interesting mistery, i guess i have to find the previous books of this series was a book out of my schemes, and i liked it.

    25. Jack Goodstein on said:

      The problem with reading the 4th in a series without having read the others is that you either get a lot of information about continuing characters that you really don't understand. It is almost as if the author is trying her best to get you to go back to the earlier books. In this case you get a complicated story about Civil War relics and family reputation.

    26. Barbara Schlichting on said:

      Tina Whittle kept me reading until the very end. I hadn't suspected the turn of events until the end. The characters were perfect. The one thing that bothered me was the similarity with the characters names, other than that, I loved it.

    27. John Machata on said:

      Suspect I am betraying my Yankee biases. Guns, Good Ole Boys, Confederate artifacts and brillant dudes in Armani doesn't not add up to a solid read for me.

    28. Lissa on said:

      A different twist on the main characters -southern woman and brain-damaged man. Somehow, it more than works. I enjoyed it and hope to read more in the series.

    29. John Sargent on said:

      I had a problem with Tai and Trey's relationship. Kind of wooden. Plot was ok but too pat of an ending.

    30. Amanda on said:

      I am always afraid the next book in this series will disappoint, but not so far. I just love these characters, and the mysteries are well-crafted too. Perfect suspense.

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