What a wonderful surprise. This was the first book I have read by Tess Gerritsen and Im very pleased I did..This book was wonderfully written, the characters were believable and well written. I really enjoyed the plot and the way the whole story came together. I was sad when it came to the end. 400 some pages and I wanted more. I am excited to read more of this author. I really recommend this book for someone who enjoys a good suspense and a fast read.
I really enjoyed this book. I loved everything, beginning, middle and the ending. I hope to read more stories like this one. Highly recommend it.
The discovery of a hundred-year-old skeleton in the garden of her newly purchased home sends a contemporary woman searching through local history to uncover a tale of murder and deception. Scariest thing about this novel was the nonfiction descriptions of early 19th century obstetrical practices.
This is one of the best books I have read in a long time, I could not put it down.
I have never read Tess Gerritsen before so I don't know if this is her normal style but this book was a back and forth of today and historical Boston. It follows a chance encounter with a skeleton back to a series of murders in early 1800's Boston. I think it was well written and skillfully done. I think Tess Gerritsen is a solid writer whom I would read again without hesitation. I did not guess the ending, which I'm usually good at, so I bet you won't either. Enjoy. It's worth the read.