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    Game of Bones - a humdinger!

    This twentieth book in the 'bones' series is a humdinger . I couldn't stop reading it and was physically aching to know what would happen next. It's a book full of mysteries, friendships, things that shuffle and bump eerily in the dark and a team of PI's and sheriff, deputies and the rest of the awesome Zinnia gang that makes these books so addictive and fun!
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    Good bones!

    f you enjoy a Southern cozy complete with a dig site, ancient ghosts, murder and suspense, you'll flip over this book! The publisher's blurb is pretty good, but doesn't make it sound quite as interesting as I found it. The characters are very interesting and I had no trouble keeping up even though I haven't read any others in this series. I loved it but don't want to do a summary or spoilers. Just read it and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! I requested and received a free ebook copy from St Martin's Press. Thank you!
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    An Adventure NOT to be Missed

    As soon as I read the first few words I knew I was back in Zinna just by the descriptive words used to give me a picture. I could feel myself riding on Miss Scrapiron with Sarah Booth smelling that soil. I was back with friends and on another adventure with Sarah Booth, Tinkie and Coleman. What an adventure this was! Ghosts, murder, an archaeology dig, suspense that kept me turning pages to the very end. Thank you NetGalley and St. Martin's Press for the opportunity to read this book.
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