[Ebook] Written in Bone (David Hunter, #2) By Simon Beckett – Metalstampedmemories.info

Written in Bone (David Hunter, #2) 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


About the Author: Simon Beckett

After an MA in English, Simon Beckett spent several years as a property repairer before a stint teaching in Spain Back in the UK, he played percussion in several bands He has been a freelance journalist since 1992, writing for The Times, The Independent on Sunday Review, The Daily Telegraph, The Observer and other major British publications In 2002, as part of an article on the National Forensi After an MA in English, Simon Beckett spent several years as a property repairer before a stint teaching in Spain Back in the UK, he played percussion in several bands He has been a freelance journalist since 1992, writing for The Times, The Independent on Sunday Review, The Daily Telegraph, The Observer and other major British publications In 2002, as part of an article on the National Forensic Academy, he visited the Body Farm in Tennessee This last commission was the inspiration behind the internationally bestselling The Chemistry of Death, which was shortlisted for the CWA s Duncan Lawrie Dagger and has been translated into 21 languages Simon Beckett is married and lives in Sheffield The author of six novels, his second David Hunter thriller, Written in Bone, is published as a Bantam paperback in April 2008



10 thoughts on “Written in Bone (David Hunter, #2)

  1. says:

    Wow, da waren dann doch noch ein paar Wendungen, die ich nicht habe kommen sehen hat mir wieder sehr gut gefallen.


  2. says:

    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 cartoo


  3. says:

    besser als Band 1 Aber umgehauen hat es mich trotzdem nicht.


  4. says:

    Excellent, gripping police procedural mystery A slow start, but midway it takes off and there are several twists at the end that took me totally by surprise, especially the final few paragraphs WHAT If you enjoy the locked room variety of murder mystery, Written in Bone should satisfy Gruesome in places, and a plot twist that s creepy to say the least, but a quick and satisfying read


  5. says:

    4 de 5 estrellas me ha encantado Agil, amena, intrigante y con un final lleno de sorpresas La saga me est encantando 4 de 5 estrellas me ha encantado Agil, amena, intrigante y con un final lleno de sorpresas La saga me est encantando


  6. says:

    Rating 4.5 starsThis is the second in the David Hunter series, and was just as compelling as The Chemistry of Death The tension, the forensics, the story telling they all had me gripped from page one, and one of the reveals made me gasp out loud and say NOOOO I loved the eerie atmosphere of the remote island, cut off from the mainland during a savage storm no one can arrive, no one can l


  7. says:

    This book rocketed along, with lots of twists and turns until the very last page It s a variation of the and then there were none theme, with all the characters trapped on a very small island in the Hebrides and no obvious suspects for any of the murders The hero, a forensic anthropologist, is not quite smart enough to figure things out before we do, but that is part of the wonderfully sus


  8. says:

    Je kleiner der Ort, desto dunkler die Geheimnisse seiner Bewohner.Wenn man dann noch auf einer Insel in einem dicken Sturm festsitzt, wird eine Mordermittlung schnell zum Wettlauf gegen die Zeit, denn pl tzlich gibt es einen zweiten Mord, einen Mordversuch und jede Menge Verd chtiger, weil irgendwie jeder etwas zu verbergen scheint.Auch der zweite David Hunter Roman folgt dem bekannten Schem


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  10. says:

    Auch der zweite Teil der David Hunter Reihe hat mir wieder gut gefallen.Die Hinweise auf den T ter waren wesentlich weniger offensichtlich.Ich konnte gut mitr tseln und lag mit meiner Theorie auch nicht ganz daneben,aber im Gegensatz zum ersten Teil bin ich nicht hinter alles gekommen.Schade fand ich,dass das Setting doch recht hnlich war wie im ersten Teil.Wieder spielt sich alles in einem abge


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