An Echo in the Bone: A Novel

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Orion, 2009 - Fiction - 820 pages
As battle-scarred Jamie Fraser and his twentieth-century time-travelling wife Claire Randall flee from North Carolina to the high seas during the American Revolution, they encounter privateers and ocean battles. Meanwhile in the relative safety of the 20th century Brianna (Claire and Jamie's daughter) and Roger MacKenzie, Brianna's husband, search for clues not only to Claire's fate--but to their own fate in the Highlands.

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The Outlander series head hit a bit of a Lowell for me as a reader so I'm glad I stuck with it and experienced 'Echo in the bone'Bone' and all its suspense and plot twist that it provided! I look forward to the next one. Read full review

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An Echo in the Bone by Diana Gabaldon is the 7th book in her Outlander series and by now I am fully enmeshed in both the story and the characters. I have been listening to these books over the last ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Diana Gabaldon was born in Flagstaff, Arizona on January 11, 1952. She has a B.S. in zoology, a M.S. in marine biology, and a Ph.D. in quantitative behavioral ecology. She has worked as a university professor and has written freelance for various magazines and companies such as Walt Disney. She writes the Outlander series, which was adapted into a television series.

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