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  • An enjoyable muder mystery.

    Her Perfect Bones is an enjoyable murder mystery featuring Prison Psychologist Olivia Rockwell and Detective Will Decker; and whilst it's the second book in Ellery A. Kane's Rockwell and Decker series, it can be read as a stand alone, and that's what I did and happily I never once felt at a disadvantage having not read the first. And with an intriguing storyline, charismatic characters, and a 35-year-old murder mystery that certainly kept me reading, yet not necessarily guessing I was engaged throughout; and I'd happily pick up the first book in the series along with any future books released. **I was kindly provided with an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**

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  • A good read.

    A good story filled with suspense and heartfelt emotion. It was well written with interesting characters and believable dialogue

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  • Suspense,mystery all in one!!

    Have you ever heard the saying, "God works in mysterious ways"? Well I thought this was book 2 in another series I was reading, so I requested the arc by accident. I was not disappointed. Mysterious ways indeed. Fast paced, suspense, mystery all rolled into one. There is a lot going on, different threads being pulled for a multi layered read. I loved the relationship between Deck and JB it had me laughing out loud, which lightens the murder trail they follow. I could relate to the push and pull between Olivia and Deck. The issue with their families and jail is gritty and real. I personally feel you can read this book without having read book 1, but I think reading book one would give you a little more connection with the characters, I love a read that takes me on a twisty turn and provides the feels. Check! New author, new series, and will be looking for book 3. Thank you for the arc! I freely volunteer my thoughts and opinions!

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  • Good thriller

    I received this book from Netgalley for a honest review. A body in a barrel leads to the second investigation by Rockwell and Decker. Good plot and caracters if you are looking for a new series to read you can't go wrong with this author

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  • Great sequel

    This book was provided to me by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. When a mummified body is discovered in the basement of the cabin next door o Detective Decker, he is pulled into a decades old murder. At the same time, Olivia is looking into her dad's past with the Oaktown boys and his incarceration. Traveling from Fog Harbor to San Francisco, looking for clues as to who the remains belong to, piecing evidence together. This is a very good story. The "catch" of the killer is suspenseful. Without her wanting to, Olivia's past as a young girl and the day her father was arrested surfaces. Deck's past between his father, brothers and ex-fiancée are brought to life a little more. Personally, I like this sequel better than the 1st novel in the Rockwell & Decker Series. I am looking forward to the story continuing.

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