[[ Free ePUB ]] Written in BoneAuthor Simon Beckett – 91videos.co

After enjoying the hell out of The Chemistry of Death I was very eager to start reading the second book about Dr Hunter And oh boy I don t really know where to begin.The book starts interestingly enough gruesome murder, interesting location, good ol Dr Hunter But then it takes over a hundred pages until something, ANYTHING happens Some of the characters in the book were so cartoonish I was afraid I might injure my eyes with all the eyerolling Here s your token single mother with a dark past, there s your incompetent and drunken police officer who is completely oblivious to the most obvious facts, there s your spunky young journalist who just wants to get to the bottom of things The only reason we know that the retired detective Brody is meticulous , is because we are told so about ten times, without actually ever really witnessing it through his actions Dr Hunter is equally infuriating with his sixth sense telling him multiple times something doesn t quite add up but we never really get to find out why until it s too late Come on, Mr Beckett, let your readers join in on the fun, let them think a little And then the plot oh the plot Formulaic albeit entertaining at first, but then within 50 pages it s plot twist after plot twist after plot twist to the point where it was giving me a major headache What s even worse, by the time I got to the end of the book I realised I don t even care any what happens to Dr Hunter or, for that matter, who the killer is.I gave the book 3 stars because it s still a kind of entertaining read The reason I m so harsh is because my expectations were high after Beckett s first David Hunter book Sadly, Written in Bone wasn t half as entertaining as I wanted it to be. After enjoying the hell out of The Chemistry of Death I was very eager to start reading the second book about Dr Hunter And oh boy I don t really know where to begin.The book starts interestingly enough gruesome murder, interesting location, good ol Dr Hunter But then it takes over a hundred pages until something, ANYTHING happens Some of the characters in the book were so cartoonish I was afraid I might injure my eyes with all the eyerolling Here s your token single mother with a dark past, there s your incompetent and drunken police officer who is completely oblivious to the most obvious facts, there s your spunky young journalist who just wants to get to the bottom of things The only reason we know that the retired detective Brody is meticulous , is because we are told so about ten times, without actually ever really witnessing it through his actions Dr Hunter is equally infuriating with his sixth sense telling him multiple times something doesn t quite add up but we never really get to find out why until it s too late Come on, Mr Beckett, let your readers join in on the fun, let them think a little And then the plot oh the plot Formulaic albeit entertaining at first, but then within 50 pages it s plot twist after plot twist after plot twist to the point where it was giving me a major headache What s even worse, by the time I got to the end of the book I realised I don t even care any what happens to Dr Hunter or, for that matter, who the killer is.I gave the book 3 stars because it s still a kind of entertaining read The reason I m so harsh is because my expectations were high after Beckett s first David Hunter book Sadly, Written in Bone wasn t half as entertaining as I wanted it to be. After enjoying the hell out of The Chemistry of Death I was very eager to start reading the second book about Dr Hunter And oh boy I don t really know where to begin.The book starts interestingly enough gruesome murder, interesting location, good ol Dr Hunter But then it takes over a hundred pages until something, ANYTHING happens Some of the characters in the book were so cartoonish I was afraid I might injure my eyes with all the eyerolling Here s your token single mother with a dark past, there s your incompetent and drunken police officer who is completely oblivious to the most obvious facts, there s your spunky young journalist who just wants to get to the bottom of things The only reason we know that the retired detective Brody is meticulous , is because we are told so about ten times, without actually ever really witnessing it through his actions Dr Hunter is equally infuriating with his sixth sense telling him multiple times something doesn t quite add up but we never really get to find out why until it s too late Come on, Mr Beckett, let your readers join in on the fun, let them think a little And then the plot oh the plot Formulaic albeit entertaining at first, but then within 50 pages it s plot twist after plot twist after plot twist to the point where it was giving me a major headache What s even worse, by the time I got to the end of the book I realised I don t even care any what happens to Dr Hunter or, for that matter, who the killer is.I gave the book 3 stars because it s still a kind of entertaining read The reason I m so harsh is because my expectations were high after Beckett s first David Hunter book Sadly, Written in Bone wasn t half as entertaining as I wanted it to be. After enjoying the hell out of The Chemistry of Death I was very eager to start reading the second book about Dr Hunter And oh boy I don t really know where to begin.The book starts interestingly enough gruesome murder, interesting location, good ol Dr Hunter But then it takes over a hundred pages until something, ANYTHING happens Some of the characters in the book were so cartoonish I was afraid I might injure my eyes with all the eyerolling Here s your token single mother with a dark past, there s your incompetent and drunken police officer who is completely oblivious to the most obvious facts, there s your spunky young journalist who just wants to get to the bottom of things The only reason we know that the retired detective Brody is meticulous , is because we are told so about ten times, without actually ever really witnessing it through his actions Dr Hunter is equally infuriating with his sixth sense telling him multiple times something doesn t quite add up but we never really get to find out why until it s too late Come on, Mr Beckett, let your readers join in on the fun, let them think a little And then the plot oh the plot Formulaic albeit entertaining at first, but then within 50 pages it s plot twist after plot twist after plot twist to the point where it was giving me a major headache What s even worse, by the time I got to the end of the book I realised I don t even care any what happens to Dr Hunter or, for that matter, who the killer is.I gave the book 3 stars because it s still a kind of entertaining read The reason I m so harsh is because my expectations were high after Beckett s first David Hunter book Sadly, Written in Bone wasn t half as entertaining as I wanted it to be. After enjoying the hell out of The Chemistry of Death I was very eager to start reading the second book about Dr Hunter And oh boy I don t really know where to begin.The book starts interestingly enough gruesome murder, interesting location, good ol Dr Hunter But then it takes over a hundred pages until something, ANYTHING happens Some of the characters in the book were so cartoonish I was afraid I might injure my eyes with all the eyerolling Here s your token single mother with a dark past, there s your incompetent and drunken police officer who is completely oblivious to the most obvious facts, there s your spunky young journalist who just wants to get to the bottom of things The only reason we know that the retired detective Brody is meticulous , is because we are told so about ten times, without actually ever really witnessing it through his actions Dr Hunter is equally infuriating with his sixth sense telling him multiple times something doesn t quite add up but we never really get to find out why until it s too late Come on, Mr Beckett, let your readers join in on the fun, let them think a little And then the plot oh the plot Formulaic albeit entertaining at first, but then within 50 pages it s plot twist after plot twist after plot twist to the point where it was giving me a major headache What s even worse, by the time I got to the end of the book I realised I don t even care any what happens to Dr Hunter or, for that matter, who the killer is.I gave the book 3 stars because it s still a kind of entertaining read The reason I m so harsh is because my expectations were high after Beckett s first David Hunter book Sadly, Written in Bone wasn t half as entertaining as I wanted it to be. After enjoying the hell out of The Chemistry of Death I was very eager to start reading the second book about Dr Hunter And oh boy I don t really know where to begin.The book starts interestingly enough gruesome murder, interesting location, good ol Dr Hunter But then it takes over a hundred pages until something, ANYTHING happens Some of the characters in the book were so cartoonish I was afraid I might injure my eyes with all the eyerolling Here s your token single mother with a dark past, there s your incompetent and drunken police officer who is completely oblivious to the most obvious facts, there s your spunky young journalist who just wants to get to the bottom of things The only reason we know that the retired detective Brody is meticulous , is because we are told so about ten times, without actually ever really witnessing it through his actions Dr Hunter is equally infuriating with his sixth sense telling him multiple times something doesn t quite add up but we never really get to find out why until it s too late Come on, Mr Beckett, let your readers join in on the fun, let them think a little And then the plot oh the plot Formulaic albeit entertaining at first, but then within 50 pages it s plot twist after plot twist after plot twist to the point where it was giving me a major headache What s even worse, by the time I got to the end of the book I realised I don t even care any what happens to Dr Hunter or, for that matter, who the killer is.I gave the book 3 stars because it s still a kind of entertaining read The reason I m so harsh is because my expectations were high after Beckett s first David Hunter book Sadly, Written in Bone wasn t half as entertaining as I wanted it to be. After enjoying the hell out of The Chemistry of Death I was very eager to start reading the second book about Dr Hunter And oh boy I don t really know where to begin.The book starts interestingly enough gruesome murder, interesting location, good ol Dr Hunter But then it takes over a hundred pages until something, ANYTHING happens Some of the characters in the book were so cartoonish I was afraid I might injure my eyes with all the eyerolling Here s your token single mother with a dark past, there s your incompetent and drunken police officer who is completely oblivious to the most obvious facts, there s your spunky young journalist who just wants to get to the bottom of things The only reason we know that the retired detective Brody is meticulous , is because we are told so about ten times, without actually ever really witnessing it through his actions Dr Hunter is equally infuriating with his sixth sense telling him multiple times something doesn t quite add up but we never really get to find out why until it s too late Come on, Mr Beckett, let your readers join in on the fun, let them think a little And then the plot oh the plot Formulaic albeit entertaining at first, but then within 50 pages it s plot twist after plot twist after plot twist to the point where it was giving me a major headache What s even worse, by the time I got to the end of the book I realised I don t even care any what happens to Dr Hunter or, for that matter, who the killer is.I gave the book 3 stars because it s still a kind of entertaining read The reason I m so harsh is because my expectations were high after Beckett s first David Hunter book Sadly, Written in Bone wasn t half as entertaining as I wanted it to be. After enjoying the hell out of The Chemistry of Death I was very eager to start reading the second book about Dr Hunter And oh boy I don t really know where to begin.The book starts interestingly enough gruesome murder, interesting location, good ol Dr Hunter But then it takes over a hundred pages until something, ANYTHING happens Some of the characters in the book were so cartoonish I was afraid I might injure my eyes with all the eyerolling Here s your token single mother with a dark past, there s your incompetent and drunken police officer who is completely oblivious to the most obvious facts, there s your spunky young journalist who just wants to get to the bottom of things The only reason we know that the retired detective Brody is meticulous , is because we are told so about ten times, without actually ever really witnessing it through his actions Dr Hunter is equally infuriating with his sixth sense telling him multiple times something doesn t quite add up but we never really get to find out why until it s too late Come on, Mr Beckett, let your readers join in on the fun, let them think a little And then the plot oh the plot Formulaic albeit entertaining at first, but then within 50 pages it s plot twist after plot twist after plot twist to the point where it was giving me a major headache What s even worse, by the time I got to the end of the book I realised I don t even care any what happens to Dr Hunter or, for that matter, who the killer is.I gave the book 3 stars because it s still a kind of entertaining read The reason I m so harsh is because my expectations were high after Beckett s first David Hunter book Sadly, Written in Bone wasn t half as entertaining as I wanted it to be. After enjoying the hell out of The Chemistry of Death I was very eager to start reading the second book about Dr Hunter And oh boy I don t really know where to begin.The book starts interestingly enough gruesome murder, interesting location, good ol Dr Hunter But then it takes over a hundred pages until something, ANYTHING happens Some of the characters in the book were so cartoonish I was afraid I might injure my eyes with all the eyerolling Here s your token single mother with a dark past, there s your incompetent and drunken police officer who is completely oblivious to the most obvious facts, there s your spunky young journalist who just wants to get to the bottom of things The only reason we know that the retired detective Brody is meticulous , is because we are told so about ten times, without actually ever really witnessing it through his actions Dr Hunter is equally infuriating with his sixth sense telling him multiple times something doesn t quite add up but we never really get to find out why until it s too late Come on, Mr Beckett, let your readers join in on the fun, let them think a little And then the plot oh the plot Formulaic albeit entertaining at first, but then within 50 pages it s plot twist after plot twist after plot twist to the point where it was giving me a major headache What s even worse, by the time I got to the end of the book I realised I don t even care any what happens to Dr Hunter or, for that matter, who the killer is.I gave the book 3 stars because it s still a kind of entertaining read The reason I m so harsh is because my expectations were high after Beckett s first David Hunter book Sadly, Written in Bone wasn t half as entertaining as I wanted it to be. I Took The Skull From Its Evidence Bag And Gently Set It On The Stainless Steel Table Tell Me Who You Are Forensic Anthropologist Dr David Hunter Should Be At Home In London With The Woman He Loves Instead, As A Favour To A Beleaguered Colleague, He S On The Remote Hebridean Island Of Runa To Inspect A Grisly DiscoveryHunter Has Witnessed Death In Many Guises, But Even He Is Shocked By What He Finds A Body Almost Totally Incinerated But For The Feet And A Single Hand Could It Be A Textbook Case Of Spontaneous Human Combustion The Local Police Are Certain It S An Accidental Death But Hunter Is Not Convinced Examining The Scorched Remains, He Finds The Evidence He Feared It S Clear To Him That This Was No Accident, This Was MurderBut As The Small, Isolated Community Considers The Enormity Of Hunter S Findings, A Catastrophic Storm Hits The Island The Power Goes Down, Communication With The Mainland Ceases, And Then The Killing Begins In EarnestExploding In A Series Of Violent Acts And Shocking Twists, This Is The Compelling New Crime Thriller From A Brilliant British Storyteller