Gravediggers by Cindy M. Hogan

October 25, 2013 | 2 Comments
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Gravediggers by Cindy M. HoganGravediggers
Author: Cindy M. Hogan
Genres: YA Mystery/Suspense
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 342
Date: October 20, 2013
Publisher: O'neal Publishing

Seventeen-year-old Billy thinks his father’s murder will never be solved until he stumbles across an old ammo box while digging a grave in his small-town Tennessee cemetery.

What he finds leads him to question everything he knows, and his search for answers will uncover more than he bargained for: lies, secrets, and conspiracies and behind them all, a dangerous truth.


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About Cindy M. Hogan

Cindy M. Hogan is inspired by the unpredictable teenagers she teaches. More than anything she loves the time she has with her own teenage daughters and wishes she could freeze them at this fun age. If she’s not reading or writing, you’ll find her snuggled up with the love of her life watching a great movie or planning their next party. Most of all, she loves to laugh.

2 responses to “Gravediggers by Cindy M. Hogan

  1. Dana C

    There was so much I liked about this book–the idea, the general plot line, the characters, the setting. But the pacing was off and kept pulling me out of the story. Sometimes it seemed to rush through too quickly, some things were not clear enough. And I felt the dialog was off–the voice didn’t sound like a teen boy. I thought the ending was a little predictable.

    But despite those issues, the things I liked, I really liked. In the end I guess I’d recommend it but with a warning to those who are picky readers that you’re going to hit some bumps.

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