Violet thought she’d made peace with her unique ability to sense the echoes of the dead and the imprints that cling to their killers that is until she acquired an. The first book in the Body Finder series from Kimberly Derting is equal parts romance and mystery. Sixteen-year-old Violet is hiding two secrets. The first is her. The first book in the Body Finder series from Kimberly Derting is equal parts romance and n-year-old Violet is hiding two secrets. The first is.

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That is, until half way through.

The Body Finder Series

Other books in the series. Each of Kimberly’s Body Finder book are equally amazing!! The plot was really well done and sucked me in from the first page, I mean a girl who can find dead bodies, how amazing and creepy does that sound! That makes me sad.

The Body Finder : Kimberly Derting :

I really liked Violet as a main character. Who killed the family and why? Throughout the book and the seriesshe constantly makes the same mistakes, and that becomes annoying.

I love reading about these characters so reading this was bittersweet. She is referred to as “shallow and boring” and “just another brainless cheerleader” and given no depth beyond being the obvious bitch stereotype ready to claw Violet’s eyes out to get to Jay. This book left me speechless!!!!!

I did not like this book as much as I would have liked to. Once they know the killer it’s boom, bam, done. But apparently, in this case, it is just me.


Three women every day are murdered by someone they are dating or married to. Derting doesn’t do that – her story is scary, sexy, emotional, and downright riveting at all times; she never “writes down” to the teen or young adult who will pick up the book.

Apr 24, Remi D. Then Jules, Claire and some other friend of theirs I can’t remember were pretty cool too.


And it was so wierd to even be thinking it but Wow, this book did a number on me. The Body Finder is one of the rare exceptions because I hated this book so much I just need to — and I mean need to – a warn my great Goodreading friends to stay away bget this piece of work out of my mind for good and c vent.

Other books in the series. Err I’m really not happy. View all 12 comments. Jay Heaton and her morbid secret ability. The dead still want to be found though, and this time Violet finds a family of 3 all murdered.

Since she was a little girl, she has felt the echoes that the dead leave behind in th Violet Ambrose is grappling with two major issues: Another underlying plot in this book is the mystery of the agency and how it came about, as Violet reads her grandmother’s diaries and discovers that she was in a similar situation. In this series Kimberly Derting has created something very different.

While the sixteen-year-old is confused by her new feelings for her best friend since childhood, she is more disturbed by her “power” to sense dead bodies—or at least those that have been murdered.

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THE BODY FINDER by Kimberly Derting | Kirkus Reviews

What exactly is going on in that mind of hers? Unfortunately, her family owns a cat that does kill birds, so this feeling happens often.

More Reviews and other fun stuff at my blog: For a serial killer book, I didn’t find it creepy at all, and I missed being on the edge of my seat with a constant feeling of suspense while reading certain scenes.

But even as Violet is getting closer and closer to discovering a killer The book seemed like many of the suspense books I read years ago.

Okay, I think I am composed enough dsrting write this review now. This IDK I should say pages book is not enough to end their story. Why did Violet have to be such a Mary Sue and be all forgiving and compassionate towards him?! The mystery was an absolute fail, and I was not creeped out in the least.

The plot was exciting and tense, but I’d read it before- three times to be precise. If I were to compile a list of the times characters in books make ridiculously stupid decisions, Violet Ambrose would fill several slots in the top 40 or so. I wouldn’t change him for anything.