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The Bone House

An electrifying thriller with gripping twists
  • Author
    • Brian Freeman
Regular price £9.99
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Keeping secrets is like playing with fire. You could get burned...

A teenager murdered. A teacher accused. A secret that won't stay buried... The Bone House is the unforgettable murder mystery by Brian Freeman, author of Thief River Falls and The Voice Inside. Sure to enthral fans of James Patterson and David Baldacci.

'Well-developed characters and a thrilling climax' Publishers Weekly

A year ago, accusations of an affair with a pupil cost Mark Bradley his teaching job. Now the student's sister has been found dead, and Mark faces a hostile town convinced of his guilt. Hilary Bradley is determined to protect her husband, but digging into the girl's secrets proves dangerous. Her only ally is a quirky Florida detective named Cab Bolton.

As the facts emerge about the murdered girl's past, Cab's suspicion grows that others are involved in her death. But there are people willing to kill to keep the truth hidden - and to make sure Mark pays the ultimate price for a young girl's murder.

Hilary and Cab are both outsiders in a place that doesn't trust strangers and they're running out of time to find out what's buried in the ashes of the past...

What readers are saying about The Bone House:

'Characters were amazing, each so well written and described I could visualise them with ease. Storyline flowed flawlessly keeping me gripped with each sentence'

'A great read, full of suspense to keep you on your toes. Loved it'

'As in all Freeman novels, there is a wonderful twist in the tale at the very end which makes the book particularly memorable. Simply superb'
  • Published: Apr 14 2011
  • Pages: 448
  • 196 x 130mm
  • ISBN: 9780755348800

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Press Reviews

  • <I> Daily Mail </I>
    'Freeman is an excellent purveyor of psychological suspense.......Freeman expertly links the back stories of the Bones and the Bradleys and keeps the suspense at fever pitch'
  • <I> Publishers Weekly </I>
    'Well-developed characters and a thrilling climax'