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"Hang on tight!" (Harlan Coben) "Breathless." ( Sunday Times) "An addictive thriller full of gritty details and fast frenetic action." ( Sunday Mirror) "High Energy, action packed reading that'll keep your heart rate high and your attention glued to the pages...To be able to maintain such a high level of action and suspense is a real skill and Simon Kernick is a master of the thriller." ( Damp Pebbles) "A series? By Simon Kernick? Yes please! [A] powerful, fast moving and intoxicating tale." ( Love Reading) "The Bone Field is one of those intriguing novels that surreptitiously gets under your skin." ( Jaffa Reads Too) "An adrenaline rush of a read." ( My Chestnut Reading Tree) "A heart pounding, blood pressure raising thriller...Gird your loins for a fast paced read, full of thrills, spills and unrelenting action." ( Raven Crime Reads) "9/10. When it comes to a white knuckle action ride nobody does it better." ( Peterborough Telegraph) "Judging by the pace, the twists and the turns that energise The Bone Field, it could be a series well worth following." ( Shots eZine) "The only thing that bothers me about that is the long wait until the next book in The Bone Field." ( Off-The-Shelf Books )
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Summary

A new twist to a decades old mystery.
1990. A young woman goes missing while backpacking in Thailand.
She is never seen again.
2016. Her bones are discovered 6000 miles away in an English field and, within hours, the boyfriend who reported her disappearance all those years ago is dead.
So begins a hunt to solve her murder that will take DI Ray Mason and PI Tina Boyd into a dark and terrifying world of corruption and deadly secrets, where murder is commonplace, and nothing and nobody is safe....
©2017 Simon Kernick (P)2017 Random House AudioBooks
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2 out of 5 stars
By P M Sedgwick on 08-10-17

Disappointing

I am a big fan of Simon Kernick so saved this for a holiday listen. The characters are good as ever and the plot develops nicely but in the end there is no resolution of anything. Very unsatisfactory. I like some unresolved matters to lead into the inevitable sequel but absolutely nothing is resolved and I feel that it is just a way of making me buy the sequel, which I will not probably bother with. Much preferred his tighter style and plotting in earlier books.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 17-08-17

Disappointing

I downloaded this one based on all the good reviews but I have to say I'm very surprised this book is averaging over 4 stars? The storyline is ok but very unrealistic. For example the very powerful, rich and well connected 'bad guys' are so paranoid two of them only call each other on a mobile at midnight in a soundproof reinforced concrete room but then leave the tools they've used to murder victims in an unlocked shed in the garden? Also the first half of the book had US slang and measurements and then switch to old UK imperial. Trying not to give specifics here so not to spoil it. The book felt like it had a ghost writer for parts of it? Also the book is read as the protagonist's memoirs which I felt took away a part of the storytelling. First book in this series and it will be my last I'm afraid.

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