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- Print Length: 86 pages
- Publication Date: November 4, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00P9VZU4Q
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"Bones Don't Lie" by Melinda Leigh
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The characters are well developed, even a bit over developed at times. This makes the twists and turns hidden in the plot even more unexpected. I can remember at least 3 occasions where I thought the story was about to wrap up, yet all it was doing was giving me a chance to gulp down a lungful of air before taking off again at full speed.
It is a short read, I believe somewhere in the novella category, which means there is a ton of information packed into the work. Yet, the length works for the story, not against it. Set in modern day (or close there to), the described scenes are rich and vibrant. The plot will have you laughing, groaning, and ready to slap the main characters silly - all these emotions within paragraphs of each other.
I can't wait to see what a full length novel will be like from this author, and will be purchasing "The Devil's Lieutenant" ASAP.
What allowed me to enjoy this tale was the authors cleverness by allowing us to see Bill's point of view through his own words. She gives him an entertaining ironic and clever hopelessness that brings out a touch of sympathy from the reader over his damnable antics. And along the way she has woven a subtle undercurrent of mystery.Very subtle.
Perhaps his clueless wife is not so helpless after all. Could it be? What about the contract his father-in-law insisted he sign in blood when he got married. Will he be enveloped in the scam that involves his lover, that his best friend, Michael the cop, warned him about? (super character from the prequel)
I truly enjoyed the peek inside Bill's head as he bumbled and blundered through his life not even suspecting the forces that are in play from the innocents in his life. And I will say he deserved every bit of his unusual and prophetic end.
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