Tracy Crosswhite

10 titles in series
4.5 out of 5 stars 13 ratings

Summary

For Seattle homicide detective Tracy Crosswhite, solving cold cases and bringing killers to justice is personal. Discover what drives her in this pause-resistant series from best-selling author Robert Dugoni. 

For 20 years, Tracy Crosswhite has been haunted by her sister's disappearance and the feeling that the wrong man was convicted of her murder. Yes, Edmund House is a detestable rapist, yet she doesn’t believe he killed Sarah. Desperate for answers, Tracy quits her job as a high school science teacher to become a homicide detective with the Seattle PD. She dedicates her life to the search for real justice—even if it means digging up skeletons, defying authority, and walking into danger. That marks the start of New York Times best-selling author Robert Dugoni’s gripping, character-driven crime series.   

In the series debut, My Sister's Grave, Sarah’s remains are finally unearthed, and Tracy gets to the bottom of the decades-old case—revealing deadly secrets about the events that tore her family and entire town apart. Determined to prevent other young women from suffering her sister's fate, Tracy tracks down serial killers and tackles unsolved crimes that often have more bearing on the present than her colleagues would like to admit. Dark and suspenseful, a perfect blend of action and emotion, these mysteries are sure to keep you guessing—and rooting for the indomitable Tracy at every twist and turn. 

Emily Sutton-Smith's low, clear voice adds to the atmospheric tension of the series. An accomplished actress and narrator, Sutton-Smith is no stranger to suspense, as she's performed more than 175 audiobooks, including thrillers by Rachel Caine (Stillhouse Lake series), Anne Frasier (Detective Jude Fontaine Mysteries), and Loreth Anne White. 

The Tracy Crosswhite thrillers have sold more than five million copies worldwide. Listeners should begin the series with My Sister's Grave, and then follow Tracy's journey chronologically as she wades into danger after danger in the name of justice, all the while wrestling with her own past.  

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