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Monday, April 12, 2010

Skin and Bones by D.C. Corso

If you like creepy, you will love this book. The mysterious disappearance of young girls turns a small community upside down. The resolving of the mystery and the developing relationship between characters is well done.

Severin Ash is an FBI agent with shackles of empathy for the victims he has to see in his daily work. His anguish and frustration is clearly portrayed. Parker Kelly has ghosts in her past that slink back to the present under the cover of new crimes. The relationship between Ash and Kelly is well portrayed. I liked the author’s style and the knife edge of anxiety that is evoked.

Corso also portrays the wicked as very wicked. Parts of the book will most definitely make you squirm. Abduction of kids is hard to portray in any way but disturbing. If you like this kind of book, I think you will like this one.

I recommend the book.

Body of work of D. C. Corso


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1 comment:

Tribute Books said...

Wow! this sounds good ,thanks for the review.