Forgotten Bones (Dead Remaining #1)

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 when bodies turn up, Eric has visions, 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 eBook Forgotten Bones (Dead Remaining #1) by Vivian Barz – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 298 pages
  • Forgotten Bones (Dead Remaining #1)
  • Vivian Barz
  • English
  • 23 December 2017

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

  1. 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.T...

  2. says:

    The most positive thing that I can say about this is that I like that one of the main characters Eric is a schizophrenic, who with the aid of appropriate medication is able to live very successfully with the condition and most people would be totally unaware I also like the other main character of Susan who is dogged, determined and caring Unfortunately, the book is so up and down in terms of pace I found it hard not to nod off at times For example, the laborious detail about Eric s geology c The most positive ...

  3. says:

    I love a good crime fiction mixed with the paranormal and was super curious to see how Vivian Barz s Forgotten Bones would play out As it s the first in a series, I was eager for a new series that would have me hooked.I ll be honest and say I was unsure at first I wasn t sucked in and I did consider putting this one aside It did not grip me in the way I d expected, giving usabout the lives of the characters than about the crime Although I wasn t sucked in as deep as I would have liked, I...

  4. says:

    I really need to start DNFing books, so I don t have to write ranty reviews I prefer to write happy reviews for books I enjoyed.Let s talk about the only aspect of this book I really enjoyed and that is the character Eric He s unique with his schizophrenia His ex wife is a complete douche canoe but thankfully he doesn t pacify her at all He was a great likable character for the most part Story felt a bit boring at times, 53% in and the unlikely duo that team up , according to the books I really need to start DNFing books, so I don t have to write ranty reviews I prefer to write happy reviews for books I enjoyed.Let s talk about the only aspect of this book I really enjoyed and that is the character Eric He s unique with his schizophrenia His ex wife is a complete douche canoe but thankfully he doesn t pacify her at all He was a great likable character for the most part Story felt a bit boring at times, 53% in and the unlikely duo that team up , according to the books synopsis, had just met for the first time Then they only actually interview one person together, that s it, so I m not sure how that s teaming up There seems to be a lot of fillers, even with Eric, yes your ex is horrible but I m not sure how the constant internal discussion and trips down memory lane furthers the story news flash it doesn t.Though the story is spooky, because it s jumps into the paranormal genre , I didn t really find it thrilling In my opinion 25 % of the first half of the book could have...

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    Review to come.

  6. says:

    4.5 Forgotten Bones is an eerie, entertaining, fast paced murder mystery Eric Evans, a newly divorced, community college professor finds and works on restoring an old foul smelling steamer trunk he bought from a used shop He soon begins seeing ghostly visions, although he thinks he s hallucinating due to his schizophrenia Offic...

  7. 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 ...

  8. says:

    Forgotten Bones is not your average crime thriller, and I will go over why The premise of the book is excellent Susan, a young detective upon responding to a car accident scene, comes across the body of a young child Police quickly attributes the crime to a local pedophile However, Susan is suspicious that there isto the story and decides to embark on an investigation on her own Parallel to Susan s story we meet Eric, a geology professor going through a turbulent divorce and moves to Forgotten Bones is not your average crime thriller, and I will go over why The premise of the book is excellent Susan, a young detective upon responding to a car accident scene, comes across the body of a young child Police quickly attributes the crime to a loc...

  9. 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 ...

  10. says:

    Skipping over the prologue, which I thought was too long and actually unnecessary since the characters don t feature again, Police Officer Susan Marlan responds to a road traffic accident where the decades old remains of a child s body is discovered buried next to a telephone pole that had been knocked down A local pedophile recently released from prison is deemed responsible for the child s death although, after talking to the medical examiner and interviewing his mother, Susan isn t completel Skipping over the prologue, which I thought was too long and actually unnecessary since the characters don t feature again, Police Officer Susan Marlan responds to a road traffic accident where the decades old remains of a child s body is discovered buried next to a telephone pole that had been knocked down A local pedophile recently released from prison is deemed responsible for the child s death although, after talking to the medical examiner and interviewing his mother, Susan isn t completely convinced College professor Eric Evans has recently relocated due to his marriage break up After a garage sale buy strange things begin to happen Eric suffers from schizophrenia which is normally kept under control by medication, which he takes religiously The things he s seeing and hearing make him wonder if his condition is causing hallucinations or is he actu...

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