One Grave Too Many With spot on details a smart new voice and ingenious plot twists Beverly Connor has been compared to the hottest crime writers on the scene Now she ratchets up the suspense with a brand new series

  • Title: One Grave Too Many
  • Author: Beverly Connor
  • ISBN: 9780451411198
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • With spot on details, a smart new voice, and ingenious plot twists, Beverly Connor has been compared to the hottest crime writers on the scene Now, she ratchets up the suspense with a brand new series featuring one of today s most cunning and complex sleuths forensic anthropologist Diane Fallon Her new job as director of the RiverTrail Museum of Natural History in GeorgWith spot on details, a smart new voice, and ingenious plot twists, Beverly Connor has been compared to the hottest crime writers on the scene Now, she ratchets up the suspense with a brand new series featuring one of today s most cunning and complex sleuths forensic anthropologist Diane Fallon Her new job as director of the RiverTrail Museum of Natural History in Georgia takes Diane out of the game until a former love and a murdered family bring her back in.

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    About "Beverly Connor"

    1. Beverly Connor

      I m Beverly Connor and I love archaeology I worked in Georgia and South Carolina as an archaeologist doing both fieldwork and analyzing artifacts I also love mysteries I combined these two loves and now write mysteries in which I weave my professional experience as an archaeologist into stories of murder and intrigue in both my Diane Fallon Forensic Investigation series and Lindsay Chamberlain Archaeology Mystery Series.

    338 thoughts on “One Grave Too Many”

    1. 3.5 starsAn interesting story that didn't feel too dated despite it's 2003 publication date. I liked Diane Fallon as a protagonist and most of the secondary characters. I especially enjoyed the use of forensic science in solving the murders, one several years old and other more recent ones. Then there are the smaller, more mundane mysteries facing Diane: a young female coed who may be the victim of abuse and the motivations of the Board of Directors to relocate the museum where Diane has recentl [...]

    2. I picked up One Grave Too Many after reading a recommendation by Ilona Andrews, knowing I would surely enjoy something she liked enough to recommend. She doesn’t do it often, but when she does, the books are always worth checking out. The Diane Fallon Forensic Investigations series has nine installments, published between 2004 and 2010. One Grave Too Many is the first one.We meet Diane Fallon after a very traumatic period in her life. Past evens are revealed slowly, but we learn right away of [...]

    3. New author for me and I am glad to have discovered her.The story follows Diane Fallon a forensic anthropologist who has returned stateside after having worked for ten years for a human rights organization. Her time with the organization had her identifying mass graves to use as evidence against a ruthless dictator. But it ended in tragedy with Diane vowing never to do that sort of work again.So she is back home, having been given the directorship of a science museum. But she isn't there too long [...]

    4. Ahhh, back to my familiar genre! This is a new to me author and I found her writing easy to adapt to. This first book in her Diane Fallon Forensic Series is a very good introduction to both the author and the series.The main character is a forensic anthropologist that gave up the grave digging work to run a natural history museum, but is drawn back into "dirt" by an old flame. Lots of twists and turns, a little romance, and great research done to write this book. Highly recommend this book (and [...]

    5. I enjoyed this book. I liked the characters and the bits of science/forensics interwoven in the story with the mystery. I’m definitely looking forward to reading more in this series.

    6. An Excellent read! What a learning exercise on the workings of a Forensic Anthropologist. This is very interesting!!!! Loved it!!

    7. One Grave Too ManyOne Grave Too Many is the first book in a very repetitive series by Beverly Connor. It is centered around the unemotional Diane Fallon, a forensic anthropologist/museum director in Georgia. The story mainly focuses on the big mystery surrounding a human skeleton found on a farm in the town where Diane lives. Although this would seem exciting, Connor somehow makes the story very boring and drawn out.Two words to describe One Grave Too Many are “confusing” and “boring”. T [...]

    8. One Grave Too Many by Beverly ConnorBook #1 in the Diane Fallon series4 StarsSynopsis: After returning home following a stint documenting crimes against humanity for a human rights organization, forensic anthropologist, Diane Fallon, disavows this type of work and becomes a museum curator. A detective friend asks her to examine a bone and determine whether it belongs to a missing girl. Diane soon finds herself embroiled in a murder investigation that may threaten her life while at the same time [...]

    9. Diane Fallon comes to Georgia to head up a museum. She had been hired as Assistant Director, but her friend and boss had died of a heart attack some weeks before she arrived. She is a forensic anthropologist whose previous job had been excavating mass graves for an international justice enforcement group. The museum is opening its new facility under her direction and she is in the middle of a board of directors power struggle when her former lover brings her a bone to identify. While she was exa [...]

    10. It took me a long time to get into this book because I didn't feel that the central character was very engaging at the outset. I felt the plot took a long while to get going despite the authors attempt to create the tension. However, the final quarter of the book really pulled it all together and I actually really liked it. I liked the mulitiple plots and the way that in the space of just a few chapters, it all came together and actually made the whole book very good as everything created before [...]

    11. Written in a very easy to read style. I liked the characters of Diane and Frank straightaway. I very much enjoyed the book although I felt at some points it was a little repetitive and overly melodramatic at the end. But not only did I like the central characters but many of the peripheral characters as well whom I sure will turn up again in future books. Well definitely read more in this series. Will be passing this onto my Mum as I think she will enjoy this as well.

    12. This looks like a solid start to a mystery series about a forensic anthropologist. I really liked the background story to this and I liked the characters. I am definitely looking forward to reading more of this series. I did want to know more about Ariel, and I kept wishing for some revelation that she had survived after all, but I think that was just me wanting something to happen to remedy the heartbreaking loss of her.

    13. Diane Fallon as a forensic anthropologist had worked for humanitarian aid organization exhuming mass graves of those who were killed by criminal elements in third world countries.A personal trauma caused her to resign and take up the position of Director of River Trails Natural History Museum.I enjoyed the suspense, the intrigue and the characters. I couldn’t set it down, I read it late into the night to finish.This is the first book in the Diane Fallon series, I had read books 2-6 before I wa [...]

    14. If it has one star I liked it a lot If it has two stars I liked it a lot and would recommend itIf it has three stars I really really liked it a lot If it has four stars I insist you read it If it has five stars it was life changing

    15. VERY VERY Good evocative of the Bones series by Kathy Reichs, but with Museums and another whole spin put on forensics.

    16. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.After watching ten seasons of Bones,the FOX tv series that is based onDéjà Dead (Temperance Brennan, #1) and as I had the book lounging in the bookcase for awhile I finally decided to give it a try. To be fair, it is probably a good book (based on popular opinion), but it was not what I was expecting and it somehow left a bad taste in my mouth.A friend just coincidentally lent meDead Hunt (Diane Fallon #5) at the start of this year. After discovering that it was [...]

    17. Great. ReadThe quality of writing takes the reader into a world not usually open to normal readers I was absorbed and found it hard to put down

    18. This is one of my all time favorite comfort-food books. The whole series featuring Diane Fallon, which I will be reading in its entirety again, is soothing to my brain, which is scattered and sad right now, and needs comfort. I do not know why Connor is not better known. She is in the same category as Patricia Cornwell, and Kathy Reichs, and Dana Cameron, genre-wise, but I think her characters are better written. One ends up caring deeply for the people that inhabit these books- rooting for them [...]

    19. I thought this was excellent. I guess I’m a little surprised by that because it does have some elements of things being just a bit too coincidental or moments of “that would never actually happen”, but as a whole this was just a story that worked all the way around and was incredibly entertaining.When I read a suspense/crime/mystery type of story, I want the main characters to be smart enough to work through everything and figure it it out, either on their own through hard work, or with th [...]

    20. This is a great medical mystery series!I picked this up on a recommendation from an author that I enjoy and respect. I have no idea why I didn't know this series existed before.The book is very reminiscent of Kathy Reichs' Dr. Brennan and the resulting TV series "Bones". Dr. Diane Fallon is also a forensic anthropologist who is called upon to help solve a case involving murder. Dr. Fallon reminds me more of the character "Cam" from the TV series. Diane is the head of a museum and spends a good p [...]

    21. Brilliant, stunning and impressive Now I want to work at a museum! Bev knew her stuff and I loved the premise of bones off site to spice up the story of greed within the museum walls. It was a slow start which did keep me from diving right into the story but once I reached a certain point, I had a hard time putting the book down. I wanted to know more about Diane's background and that was slowly released as time evolved around her past. I enjoyed following Diane around as a science geek, a histo [...]

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