A Thousand Bones - PJ Parrish Reviews
Description:ISBN 184739132X / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: PJ Parrish / Paperback / 480 Pages / Book is published 2008-04-07 by Pocket Books
Newest Review: ... I hesitate to say 'slow' as that would, wrongly, imply that it is boring. I was intrigued by Joe from the start; the story ... more
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* Tense and atmospheric, A Thousand Bones is a dark, nail - bitin ...
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by - written on 20/06/10 (Useful, 12 readings)
My friend gave me this book, knowing that I am a fan of crime thrillers; previously I was not familiar with this author (authors, strictly speaking - it's a collaboration of two sisters.) Don't let the cover put you off - this is not a horror story. It builds in pace from a steady start - I hesitate to say 'slow' as that would, wrongly, imply that it is boring. I was intrigued by Joe from the start; the story drip-feeds the reader hints about her life and her history. It also conveys her frustration at being in the minority as a female police officer without becoming cliched. As with all thrillers, I don't want to give too much of the plot away! Bones ... Read the complete review
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