She's grateful for his help with her latest case though. A homeless teen reports witnessing a murder in the woods near a campground that's been closed for the winter, but Bree and her deputies can't find the victim's body anywhere. So Bree calls in Matt and his dog, Brody, to help with the search. But what they find is an entirely different murder victim: a young man with his face smashed in, complicating an already puzzling investigation. Are the two cases related? And if so, how?
See Her Die is Melinda Leigh's second book about Sheriff Bree Taggert. And while I haven't read the first book in this series, I really liked this one a lot. Bree's an engaging character. She's trying to figure out her new job, and how to be a good aunt, and solve these murders, all while juggling her feelings for Matt. She and Matt make a good investigative team. The mystery is fast-paced and interesting throughout, and the ending was satisfying. For me, this book was both entertaining and compelling. I will definitely be reading the next book in this series, and then I'll probably go back and read the first one, too.