Book Reviews

Book Review: Forgotten Bones by Vivian Barz

Title: Forgotten Bones

Author: Vivian Barz

Publication Date: July 1, 2019

Genre: Mystery

Rating: 3 Stars=Okay Page Turner

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Forgotten Bones is a mysterious thriller where the case uncovers a lot of hidden secrets.

The body of a young man is discovered in the town blames a near by criminal, but officer Susan Marlan believes there is more to the case. When the FBI takes over Susan is convinced that she needs to keep looking into the case, but under the radar. She meets a college professor Eric Evans, as their paths cross again, he explains information he believes will help her.

Susan was a head strong officer who wouldn’t give up even though it meant going against protocol. Eric’s character freaked me out a little with his schizophrenic hallucinations. I didn’t know if he would flip out and turn on Susan or his students. I did like the twist in the story and I wasn’t able to solve it until the end.

I recommend Forgotten Bones to those who love mysteries and thrillers.

*This book was provided by the publisher for review purposes only.

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