Dreaming of the Bones
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It is the call Scotland Yard Superintendent Duncan Kincaid never expected -- and one he certainly doesn't want. Victoria, his ex-wife, who walked out without an explanation more than a decade ago, asks him to look into the suicide of local poet, Lydia Brooke -- a case that's been officially closed for five years. The troubled young writer's death, Victoria claims, might well have been murder.
No one is more surprised than Kincaid himself when he agrees to investigate -- not even his partner and lover, Sergeant Gemma James. But it's a second death that raises the stakes and plunges Kincaid and James into a labyrinth of dark lies and lethal secrets that stretches all the way back through the twentieth century -- a death that most assuredly is murder, one that has altered Duncan Kincaid's world forever.
From Publishers Weekly
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I would just get invested in one character when it would switch to another of the many sets of dull characters in this book. Too much time and character change. To be fair, I only waded through about 20 percent before I gave up.
Dreaming of the bones by Deborah Crombie
I enjoyed the book. I learned about things "English" having visited Cambridge. I was kept in suspense and was never bored.
- Category: Fiction & Literature
- Published: Aug 24, 2010
- Publisher: Scribner
- Seller: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc.
- Print Length: 352 Pages
- Language: English