Bone Man's Daughters

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Hodder & Stoughton, 2009 - Serial murder investigation - 344 pages
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US Navy intelligence analyst Ryan Evans is used to treating life as a code and a brutal kidnapping in the Iraqi desert presents a dilemma that turns his world upside down. Back in Texas, the serial killer dubbed the Bone Man is about to be released but when the Bone Man strikes again, Evans must win a cruel game to protect all he loves.

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This one also has a great plot. -
Yes, the ending is a tad weak, but justified. -
So, in essence, Boneman's Daughter, is a love story. -
But still an excellent yarn. -
This is surely some of Ted's best writing to date. - Borders
Ending will leave you guessing. -

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User Review  - KaineAndrews - LibraryThing

When I finished reading this, I wasn't too sure how I felt about it. I got turned on to Ted Dekker after reading Thr3e, so snatched up a couple more of his books and settled down to read them. Overall ... Read full review

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User Review  - GovMarley - LibraryThing

Could not stand his writing style, sentence phrasing, and dialogue. Forced myself to finish. Plots were underdeveloped and characters were unlikeable all-around. Read full review

About the author (2009)

The son of missionaries, Ted Dekker grew up in the jungles of Indonesia. He returned to the United States to attend Evangel College, graduating with a religion and philosophy major. After several years in corporate marketing, he began writing books like Heaven's Wager. Ted and his wife live in the mountains of Colorado with their four children.

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