Forgotten Bones (Dead Remaining #1)

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✓ Seattle Public Library Ebooks Forgotten Bones (Dead Remaining #1)  E-Pub Author Vivian Barz – theheartwork.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 298 pages
  • Forgotten Bones (Dead Remaining #1)
  • Vivian Barz
  • English
  • 13 June 2018

Forgotten Bones (Dead Remaining #1) An unlikely pair teams up to investigate a brutal murder in a haunting thriller that walks the line between reality and impossibility.When small town police officers discover the grave of a young boy, they re quick to pin the crime on a convicted felon who lives nearby But when it comes to murder, Officer Susan Marlan never trusts a simple explanation, so she s just getting started.Meanwhile, college professor Eric Evans hallucinates a young boy in overalls a symptom of his schizophrenia or so he thinks But whenbodies turn up, Eric hasvisions, and they mirror details of the murder case As the investigation continues, the police stick with their original conclusion, but Susan s instincts tell her something is off The higher ups keep stonewalling her, and the FBI s closing in.Desperate for answers, Susan goes rogue and turns to Eric for help Together they take an unorthodox approach to the case as the evidence keeps getting stranger With Eric s hallucinations intensifying and the body count rising, can the pair separate truth from illusion long enough to catch a monster Free Download Books Forgotten Bones (Dead Remaining #1) By Vivian Barz – theheartwork.co.uk

8 thoughts on “Forgotten Bones (Dead Remaining #1)

  1. Dennis says:

    Review to come.

  2. Dee Arr says:

    The thriller I was hoping to read never materialized, which was unfortunate, because I liked the main characters and this could have been a good story.The author flip flopped back and forth between Eric and Susan, offering two likable people with realistic problems The clues were consistently laid out for the reader to see, and it was an inevitability that the two would eventually meet If Ms Barz felt she was concealing the truth of the murders and the murderer from us, she was wrong I am us The thriller I was hoping to read never materialized, which was unfortunate, because I liked the main characters and this could have been a good story.The author flip flopped back and forth between Eric and Susan, offering two likable people with realistic problems The clues were consistently laid out for the reader to see, and it was an inevitability that the two would eventually meet If Ms Barz felt she was concealing the truth of the murders and the murderer from us, she was wrong I am usually the last person to realize the twists in stories, but this tale was so obvious that I found myself continually losing interest Thus, the ending was expected and boring Other basic plot elements were also run of the mill Only the heroine has the smarts to figure it the truth as she deftly runs through setbacks and interference from her boss and the FBI agents who have taken over the case Bottom lin...

  3. Jose says:

    I was offered an advance copy in exchange for a review Forgotten Bones was a genuinely good read The story centers around Eric and Susan, a college professor and Police Officer respectively, and an ongoing child murderer case in the small town of Perrick, CA The book has great pacing, making it an easy and enjoyable read I loved how it went back and forth between the two main characters, giving you just the right amount of information about them during their parts and not making you feel ov I was offered an advance copy in exchange for a review Forgotten Bones was a genuinely good read The story centers around Eric and Susan, a college professor and Police Officer respectively, and an ongoing child murderer case in the small town of Perrick, CA The book has great pacing, making it an easy and enjoyable read I loved how it went back and forth between the two main characters, giving you just the right amount of information about them during their parts and not making you feel overwhelmed Overall, both Susan and Eric are very likable and Vivian does a great job at making the reader be invested in her characters, both good and bad I admit I was a little worried at first when I found out that Eric suffered from schizophrenia, due to most characters with this mental illness being usually portrayed as crazy and violent However, I was relieved to find out tha...

  4. Paul says:

    Actual review 3.5 stars.I was offered a pre publication Kindle copy to read and review Forgotten Bones is a fast read, a small town serial killer mystery with a supernatural twist and a pair of engaging protagonists the man is especially intriguing because he s schizophrenic and inclined to hallucinate only in this case his disturbing visions aren t just coming from his own imagination.Some of Vivian Barz s narrative threads had predictable outcomes The police chief, Ed, is recognizabl Actual review 3.5 stars.I was offered a pre publication Kindle copy to read and review Forgotten Bones is a fast read, a small town serial killer mystery with a supernatural twist and a pair of engaging protagonists the man is especially intriguing because he s schizophrenic and inclined to hallucinate only in this case his disturbing visions aren t just coming from his own imagination.Some of Vivian Barz s narrative threads had predictable outcomes The police chief, Ed, is recognizable from the outset as a baddie with nasty secrets to protect Other outcomes are less predictable the enigma of Milton had a far different resolution than the one I had anticipated.The characters and their side stories Eric and Susan s respective pasts, their meeting and growing interest in...

  5. Caotico09 says:

    What you should know before reading 1 Forgotten Bones is not your typical crime novel There is not a ton of crime solving, leads, or potential suspects instead it focuses on the daily lives of two MC s who somewhat haphazardly stumble onto clues 2 The book does include paranormal activity ghosts 3 I found the book to be rather slow, for example Eric s introduction chapter spends pages and pages to say two things he has schizophrenia and his wife cheated on him.4 The Police detective i What you should know before reading 1 Forgotten Bones is not your typical crime novel There is not a ton of crime solving, leads, or potential suspects instead it focuses on the daily lives of two MC s who somewhat haphazardly stumble onto clues 2 The book does include paranormal activity ghosts 3 I found the book to be rather slow, for example Eric s introduction chapter spends pages and pages to say two things he has schizophrenia and his wife cheated on him.4 The Police detective is not your typical do no wrong copper She is actually pretty inept For example, after finding a child s body, and learning important clues about the crime, she goes on a 4 day vacation without reporting the information.Why You May Like Forgotten Bones 1 The book is fairly well written, better then the majority I ve tried onFirst Reads 2 The two MCs are interesting and the characterization is...

  6. Christina says:

    Good NovelTruthfully, I really did like this book The mystery was great The reveal was as well The only reason I didn t give this a higher rating was because there were pages and pages of descriptive text that I found myself skipping through Some of it was initially interesting i.e., the protagonist and his ex wife but others where Susan is doing her thing no spoilers felt so tedious That said, this author has skills to weave a good supernatural mystery as, in spite of my skipping some Good NovelTruthfully, I really did like this book The mystery was great The reveal was as well The only reason I didn t give this a higher rating was because there were pages and pages of descriptive text that I found myself skipping through Some of it was initially interesting i.e., the protagonist and his ex wife but others where Susan is doing her thing no spoilers felt so tedious That said, this author has skills to weave a good supernatural mystery as, in spite of my sk...

  7. Dana Groulx says:

    The thing I liked most about this book was that the characters acted like real people Most authors create characters with quirks, or odd personality traits Every main character in this book acted and thought exactly the way that I would in the same situation I laughed out loud and some of their thoughts because I was thinking the same thing Susan visiting in the nursing home at the beginning of the book was classic I volunteered at a nursing home as a teenager and it was spot on It s littl The thing I liked most about this book was that the characters acted like real people Most authors create characters with quirks, or odd personality traits Every main character in this book acted and thought exactly the way that I would in the same situation I laughed out loud and some of their thoughts because I was thinking the same thing Susan visiting in the nursing home at the beginning of the book was classic I volunteered at a nursing...

  8. Literati Literature Lovers says:

    Choppy Premise is good, the characters are engaging, but the execution is choppy The two main characters of Eric and Susan don t meet until the fifty percent mark Susan a good cop, but right away believes Eric Eric doesn t even believe Eric, so this faith perplexed me Some of the secondary characters are very one dimensional space filler characters The FBI agents are just props In fact I wish the author would have engaged mein the now of the story instead of telling me what was happe Choppy Premise is good, the characters are engaging, but the execution is choppy The two main characters of Eric and Susan don t meet until the fifty percent mark Susan a good cop, but right away believes Eric Eric doesn t even believe Eric, so this faith perplexed me Some of the secondary characters are very one dimensional space filler characters The FBI agents are just props In fact I wish the author would have engaged mein the now ...