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Skin and Bone Mass Market Paperback – June 24, 2008
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“Readers of Australian writer Kathryn Fox’s latest novel will find suspense not only in her tight plotting but also in the rapport between her main character, homicide detective Kate Farrer, her new partner, Oliver Parke, and their relationships to the gruesome crimes they’re investigating.” (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
“Fox strews just enough clues to keep readers guessing, then twists the plot assuredly.” (Publishers Weekly)
“If you like captivating, edge-of-your-seat, suspenseful reads, then look no further than Skin and Bone, by Kathryn Fox.” (BestSellersWorld.com)
“If you’re looking for something to satisfy that mystery-loving sense in your body, you couldn’t do much better than this wonderful read. Go for it.” (Blogcritics.org)
About the Author
Kathryn Fox is a medical practitioner with a special interest in forensic medicine. Her bestselling debut novel, Malicious Intent, received international acclaim and was awarded the Davitt Award for adult fiction. Kathryn currently lives in Sydney, Australia.
Top customer reviews
The novel contains several parallel investigations with Kate and her new partner Oliver also looking for a missing girl and investigating a personal trainer who is selling drugs as a sideline. Oliver is also not all he seems to be and Kate wonders if she can trust him. There are many twists and turns in the novel but all the story lines eventually resolve in a satisfactory manner.
Although this is labelled as the third novel in the Anya Crichton series, Anya is away on leave for the duration of the novel and the focus is instead on her friend Kate. This is a much more assured novel than the earlier two by the author Kathryn Fox who seems to have found her stride and I look forward to the next instalment.
OK, didn't see the Oliver Twist-no pun intended - coming, but with respect to the other "twist", I'm a far better detective than Kate is, apparently
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