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Some skeletons just won't stay hidden. No one knows that better than University of Georgia archaeologist Lindsay Chamberlain. Still, she is shocked when a skeleton dressed in its Sunday best falls out of a packing crate that had been stored in a kudzu-covered shed on her grandfather's farm for more than sixty years. When other crates are discovered, each containing a stashSome skeletons just won't stay hidden. No one knows that better than University of Georgia archaeologist Lindsay Chamberlain. Still, she is shocked when a skeleton dressed in its Sunday best falls out of a packing crate that had been stored in a kudzu-covered shed on her grandfather's farm for more than sixty years. When other crates are discovered, each containing a stash of valuable artifacts, Lindsay begins to wonder. Could her beloved grandfather, a prominent archaeologist, have been a thief, a looter-even a murderer? As Lindsay struggles with these troubling questions, she helps a local private investigator locate the wooded grave of Shirley Foster, a missing faculty member. Lindsay is sucked into the investigation, which leads to more questions that answers. Why did Shirley Foster lie to the world about her life? Who wanted her dead? Secrets and lies loom large in Lindsay's life, both professional and personal, as she struggles to find solutions to the mysteries. When artifacts disappear from the university and she and her students are threatened, the stakes are raised. With her job, her reputation, and her life on the line, Lindsay must find a thief and a killer before the police assume she is ultimately responsible....

Title : dressed to die
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ISBN : 8659077
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 332 Pages
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dressed to die Reviews

  • Diane
    2019-02-22 14:16

    I enjoyed this book more than her last one in this series. Great story line, lots of suspense and fingers pointed everywhere. We get to meet Lindsay's brother "Sinjin", a smoke jumper - great mix, hope he appears in the next 2 books at some point.Lindsay's contract with the university is due to be signed again or will it. What she would really like is tenure, but the way things are going, that may be out of reach and/or impossible.2 thumbs up and 4 stars - (a bit of a cliff hanger and a TSTL moment kept this book at 4 stars).

  • Anne
    2019-02-20 21:40

    A good read. I'm loving Lindsay!!

  • Jan C
    2019-03-17 14:39

    This is one of those archaeology mysteries. I enjoy this series but I think there may only be one more in this series to read. I think she moved on to another series. But I like the Lindsay Chamberlain character. She can't stay out of trouble. Here, her half-brother Sinjin comes to call. Archaeological finds that her grandfather made get sent to her. A skeleton shows up. The finds get stolen and the finger is pointed at her. Plus, she loses her job. So Lindsay is in trouble throughout the whole thing.I find them pretty entertaining.

  • Elvan
    2019-02-24 20:11

    The cover art is a reflection of the boring drawing room mystery that is Dressed to Die. Lindsay needs a new well, tenure and the strength to not rehash the few details the reader receives to death. Connor needs to learn how not to telegraph the bad guy.

  • Marie Collins
    2019-02-20 16:15

    Up to authors best standardExciting, fast moving, with interesting characterization. People were as interesting as the plot! A bit preposterous, as usual, but I look forward to reading the rest of the series

  • Kathryn
    2019-02-24 14:14

    Lindsay Chamberlain never invites danger into her life; it just happens upon her frequently like an unwanted guest. In her third adventure, Dressed to Die, Lindsay is in danger...of losing her job at the University of Georgia's Archaeology Department due to a merger with another department. If that were not enough to worry her, a cache of priceless artifacts delivered to her by her father is stolen, and all eyes are on Lindsay. Oh, did I mention that in the midst of all this, Lindsay also becomes involved in the murder case of a long-missing UGA professor whose skeleton is recently found? Friends and strangers linked to Lindsay are either injured or killed trying to help, and Lindsay must put together all of the strewn puzzle pieces before she is next on the hit list.This series gets better with each book. No contrived plotlines or dialogue here, no bones about it.

  • Gail
    2019-03-17 16:30

    In this third book with anthropology professor, Lindsay Chamberlain, we find a complex mix of academic politics, a long-ago murder, a lot of bones, and a number of complicated clues and information that are gradually revealed to be inter-related. Lindsay persists in asking questions (and she's very good at it) and getting more immersed in the murder of woman and fellow professor.Her brother comes to visit as well and their relationship takes on a stronger and endearing texture. These books have a lot of great information about archaeology and anthropology as well as other things like chemistry, weaving, dancing, and Georgia/Kentucky history. It's a very satisfying story with good strong, complicated far-from-perfect characters. Edgy suspense and great plot.

  • Phillipa
    2019-03-11 18:13

    So this wasn't terrible, but it wasn't great. It's still a generally enjoyable whodunnit tho. My main feeling from start to finish was "The lady doth protest too much". Lindsay spent far too much time on how much she didn't want to be involved / solve the mystery / be a detective etc. etc. It was really wearing thin by the end. And, while there were no caves in this book, there were other confined spaces (am beginning to think writing may be Beverly Connor's attempt to somehow overcome extreme claustrophobia).There were, really, only 2 main contenders as The Bad Guy from the start and one of them was it. So although it strings you along a while and I wasn't really sure till I was told exactly which of the 2 it was, it wasn't a huge surprise.

  • Dharia Scarab
    2019-03-21 17:28

    Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books...1 star... This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars... This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author.3 stars... This book was ok, but I won't go out of my way to read more, But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I'd pick it up.4 stars... I really enjoyed this book and will definitely be on the look out to pick up more from the series/author.5 stars... I loved this book! It has earned a permanent home in my collection and I'll be picking up the rest of the series and other books from the author ASAP.

  • Lansing Public Library
    2019-03-08 15:27

    Forensic anthropologist, Lindsay Chamberlain, is asked to help identify skeletal remains thought to be those of a missing University faculty member.Meanwhile, skeletal remains wearing a shirt and tie along with other valuable artifacts have been found on her grandfather’s property drawing Lindsay into solving this personal mystery.The reading group rated this book 3.Some of the group couldn’t get into this book but those who finished reading it just loved it! They didn’t have much to say about this book after they answered my questions. No more CSI type books!!!!

  • Ruth
    2019-02-24 16:38

    3rd in the series. Lindsey tries to discover who killed a colleague as well as who is stealing artifacts and framing her. And if her Paw Paw committed murder and is the thief of artifacts. Lindsey’s brother Singin helps her out and they discover Shirley‘s brother is responsible for her death - he had planned to kill his father. He and Associate Dean EE are responsible for the theft of artifacts and Lindsey and Singin’s Uncle Billy is the murderer and responsible for the artifacts …

  • Gea
    2019-03-17 18:17

    Ik kwam dit boek tegen op mijn ereader en wist niet meer zeker of ik hem nu al had gelezen of niet. Dus heb ik hem maar even gelezen. En ik vond het wel een lekker tussendoortje. Pas aan het eind kwam het mij een beetje bekend voor dus ik ben blij dat ik hem wel heb uitgelezen, nu staat hij in ieder geval in mijn leeslijst en weet ik voor in de toekomst dat ik dit boek dus wel heb gelezen.

  • Debra Cook
    2019-03-04 20:35

    Lindsey Chamberlaine is called to investigate the identity of a body found on a piece of land. After this her brother brings some artifacts from her grandfathers garage. A body is found in the crates along with artifacts that don't match the description in their crates. When the crates disappear Lindsey is blamed. Can she clear her name?

  • Riley Cooper
    2019-03-12 19:36

    Sufficiently complex to carry a rather lengthy mystery. I enjoyed having multiple unknowns to ponder. Working the archaeology into the story numerous times makes it a winner, in my opinion. Good series so far.

  • Raji
    2019-03-06 13:35

    This series just keeps getting better. This offered an education in University politics too, which was fun. The mystery was delightful with archaeology, history, myth all adding the seasoning needed to make this a great read!

  • Jeffrey Hammerhead
    2019-02-27 13:18

    In this story, the main character, Lindsay, wonders if her grandfather had been a thief, looter, or maybe a murderer. Since my relatives had been all of the above, I enjoyed reading how Lindsay tangles with her fears. I enjoyed the book.

  • Deb
    2019-02-21 17:24

    3rd in the archaeology series w/Lindsay Chamberlain as the heroine. A skeletal corpse is found buried on property fully dressed w/suit and tie on. Dead for 60 years. Lindsay finds the killer thru a lot of twists and turns.

  • Kate
    2019-02-27 18:33

    While I like Beverly Connor's other series, I just can't warm up to this one.

  • Deborah aka Reading Mom
    2019-03-05 18:14


  • Barb
    2019-02-28 19:19

    3 1/2 stars - grown up nancy drew type forensic anthropologist "who dun it?" enjoyable - will read the series

  • James Stith
    2019-03-20 19:21

    Start from the beginningWonderful series! This one is just as fascinating as the others I've read, and I plan to read them all!

  • Sylde lange
    2019-03-11 20:18

    kwam er helaas niet doorheen misschien door de drukte op het werk of niet maar had geen zin meer om verder te proberen.

  • Karen Cowgill
    2019-03-19 15:18

    Dr. Chamberlain is one of my favorite people!! This book was very good.

  • Sahara *Wants to be thrown against wall and ravage
    2019-02-26 16:31

    I haven't finished this one.

  • April
    2019-03-17 16:11

    I enjoyed this addition to the series. I liked Sinjin's character and hope to see him again. All the plot lines worked well with one another in this tale.

  • Natalie
    2019-03-15 21:20

    I haven't finished this one.

  • Modista Mama
    2019-02-23 20:24

    I really enjoyed reading this book. I never thought I would find archaeological mysteries interesting. This one made me read the rest of the Lindsay Chamberlain series.