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BOOK REVIEW: BONE BY BONE
BY CAROL O'CONNELL

We hope you enjoy this book review by Patricia Reid.





Bone by Bone is a book that will bring the reader an intriguing mystery, a lot of suspense and wonderful, eccentric characters that actually seem to come alive in the pages of the book. The author makes you want to walk the streets of the town and see each character for yourself.

Years ago, Oren Hobbs and his little brother Josh ventured into the woods. Oren returned but Josh was never found. Now Oren has returned to his hometown of Coventry. Letters from Hannah Rice, the housekeeper who raised him, has made him fear that his father might be ill and needing him.

Oren finds out that Hannah has not been totally open with him in her letters. His fatherís health is not the problem. The problem is that something is going on that brings the events of the past hurtling to the present. Joshís bones are being returned a little bit at a time.

Oren has spent his years away from home as a CID Agent in the Army and his investigative skills will be put to good use in Coventry. But Coventry is used to keeping secrets and that hasnít changed in the years Oren has been gone.

Hannah Rice is a little woman with a mysterious past but Hannah seems to know everything about everyone in the town and she does share with Oren but just a little at a time.

Many of the townís secrets are uncovered before the truth is actually revealed about what happened to Josh Hobbs. It is quite a shock when the entire story is revealed and I certainly didnít even suspect the true story until it was revealed.

REVIEWED BY PATRICIA REID

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE REVIEWER, PATRICIA REID


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