The Bone House

The Bone House

Book - 2011
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When 16-year-old Glory, Tresa Fischer's wild-child younger sister, turns up dead on a beach near Mark and Hilary's Florida hotel, Mark becomes the number one murder suspect. Det. Cab Bolton, who isn't one to jump to conclusions, travels from Florida to Wisconsin to unravel Mark--and Glory's--complicated lives.
Publisher: New York : Minotaur Books, 2011
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312562830
0312562837
Characteristics: 342 p. ; 25 cm

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bronteside
Sep 06, 2014

This was a fast read because it was such a well written and plausible thriller. Highly Reccomend.

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Eil_1
Apr 20, 2013

Another winner by Freeman. Never suspecting where or who the killer is.

constanceschabitzer Dec 07, 2011

My first read from Brian Freeman, picked it up on a whim, now I have nearly read all of his books... Love his writing and the twisted plots

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nhoj
Nov 01, 2011

A non Strider novel. Mark Bradely accused of an affair with a student a year earlier now comes under suspicion of having murdered his sister. The townsfolk and police assume his guilt and his ride to innocence is all uphill.
Well plotted, good characters and lots of tension and action.

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rahmmie
Aug 26, 2011

Entertaining, fast-paced, well-written. A bit of an over twisted plot but overall a fun read

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katelh
Jun 18, 2011

This was my first Brian Freeman book and I couldn't put it down. Will read all his others now. A real page turner.

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pask
Jan 08, 2011

i really liked the way the wife saved her husband from the false allegations

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