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10 thoughts on “The Devils Bones

  1. says:

    Steinbeck like Fast paced, weaving storyline with flashbacks This one is a page turner with a plot that really starts with one bad mistake that gets compounded over time, reaches many lives and ends some as well.


  2. says:

    Late August of 2004 finds Deputy Jordan McManus in the bed of a former girlfriend early one morning while drought grips Dukaine, Indiana Like the drought that grips the area, McManus is gripped by the past A past that includes the love of his life, Ginny, who has been married for quite some time and has changed Whatever they had once, years ago, has been tarnished by time and the fact she has a child and is married to Ed Kirsch Not known for being mentally stable at the best of times, were he to discover what McManus and Ginny have done the results could be disastrous.Instead of spending time with Ginny, McManus is supposed to be out patrolling the area If he had been out doing his job, he might have been out at Longer s Pond with his boss, Marshal Holister Coggins a little quicker He might have had time to secure the scene He might have been able to examine the small skeleton in the mud a little bit Maybe if he had been focused on doing his job, he might have been able to prevent the shooting that took down Holister and wounded him by somebody who laughed like a maniac while doing it.Moving back and forth from 1985 to late August of 2004, author Larry D Sweazy weaves a complicated tale of pain, loss, racism, regret, and redemption in The Devil s Bones The read shifts in point of view throughout the book as the pieces slowly come together in various mysteries Each secret has had a damaging ripple effect over the years and has caused numerous events many of which Deputy Jordan McManus has little knowledge of despite being on the edge of many of them Relying on his brother nicknamed Spider, a tenuous decision at the best of times, McManus works to clear his name and end the current carnage The shooting of Holister and himself is just the start of a wave of violence that will also uncover the past and answer questions that have haunted the small town for years.Reminiscent in style and tone of his many westerns, The Devil s Bones is a very complicated mystery that pulls the reader in quickly and never lets go Rich in details, characters, and setting, nothing is simple in this read where drought finally exposes all the secrets of the past The Devil s BonesLarry D Sweazyhttp www.larrydsweazy.com Five Starhttp www.gale.cengage.com March 2012ISBN 978 1 328 2571 3Hardback also available in e book form 334 Pages 25.95ARC provided by the author way back in October 2011 for my use in an objective review Kevin R Tipple 2013


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    3 21 13 Thoroughly enjoyable murder mystery plot I enjoyed the way that race relations in Central Indiana and life in small town Midwest were highlighted The juxtapositions of events at different times added to the suspense Craft comments excellent chapter endings could use some copy editing at the sentence level.3 17 13 I met Sweazy at the Indiana Historical Society s Author s Fair in November 2012 When I read the flyleaf, the book seemed strangely familiar, but I couldn t place it until my husband reminded me that we d heard Sweazy interviewed on The Art of the Matter WFYI Because I d already collected such a large pile of books to purchase I decided to read a library copy of this book Alas, my local library didn t have any copies of books by a local author no less I requested that they order a copy and it finally came in I read the first two chapters before going to sleep last night and they haunted me all night A good sign for a thriller


  4. says:

    Review coming soon Enjoyed, Different than I normally read.


  5. says:

    I don t think I was in the right mood to read this book, plus my Mum said it was good so my inner self rebelled