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    Good book

    Brilliant book, so hard to put down and a fantastic author, I have read all his books to date, great
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    Well worth a read

    Once again Simon delivers a fast-paced, gritty novel with strong characters and an intriguing story line that forces you to read on into the night and I thank the publisher, Randomhouse UK Cornerstone, and NetGalley for my copy in return for a review. As the blurb above indicates, the story follows the investigation into the disappearance of Kitty Sinn who went missing in Thailand in 1990’s but whose bones are discovered in Buckinghamshire; there’s no trace of her coming back into the country so how did they get there? And so it begins … the roller-coaster ride that is Simon Kernick’s books. For me, one of Simon’s great gifts is to create characters that you care about and DI Ray Mason, in this second outing, is fast becoming one of those; there is a depth to DI Mason that makes him believable and I look forward to getting to know him more. Tina Boyd needs no introduction; she is my favourite female character EVER. She is feisty, brave, unorthodox at times but always with the best of intentions and the perfect person to have on your side. However, where Tina goes trouble is usually not too far behind. I admit to being a fan of Simon’s work and always look forward to his next outing; the way this book ended has me chomping at the bit for the next one.
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    The Bone Field a good read

    A well written book really enjoyed it, so many twists & turns. I like this author and previous books
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    OK until ending

    A reasonably enjoyable read until the disappointing ending. Not satisfying.
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    The Bone Field

    Excellent read. Typical Simon Kernick. Twists and turns from beginning to end.
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