Book Review: Lies In Bone by Natalie Symons

Mindblowing page-turner

The book begins with a wonderful poem “The Truth— is Stirless” by Emily Dickinson.

This intriguing plot is set in different timelines from 1963 to 2000. The intense incidents and investigations entertain you.

I loved Frances determination in solving the mystery, Ray and Frances friendship and loyal Itchy in the book.

The author’s brilliant narration and elegant writing style with great attention to detail bring the words to life.

This story unravels a tale of dark secrets, lies, murder and mystery and the climax is not what you expect!

“Life is very long when you have so much sadness to slow it down.”

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