Blind to the Bones

Blind to the Bones

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A death in the family-from-hell bring Detectives Fry and Cooper to a remote and unfriendly rural community in their fourth psychological thriller. 'And as it grew dark, Withens became almost entirely silent. Except for the screaming.' A small village in the Peak District, Withens is troubled by theft and vandalism, mostly generated by local family-from-hell, the Oxleys. Now it is the focus of a murder investigation - a man's body has been found on the bleak moors nearby, and the man is an Oxley. To crack the case, DC Ben Cooper must break open the delinquent clan. His boss, DS Diane Fry, is also in Withens. Grim new evidence has turned up in the case of a missing student but her parents refuse to believe she could be dead. The darkness in Withens's heart is growing. And things are only going to get nastier...
Publisher: London :, HarperCollins Publishers
Copyright Date: ©2003
ISBN: 9780007370702
Characteristics: text file,rda
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor

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maipenrai
Aug 21, 2016

FOURTH BOOK IN THE COOPER AND FRY SERIES. AVAILABLE ONLY IN HARDCOVER

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dondi49
Jul 15, 2014

#4

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capitalcity
Oct 08, 2013

Sometimes bypassing that ancient, decrepit enclave up the road, little more than a cluster of moldering hovels, is not an option ... not when on a case for the local police department. This fourth book in Stephen Booth's excellent series offers a detour into the realm of the creepy. Ought to make readers take stock of their own neighborhood. A classic read for a darkened room on a windswept night.

tomato Jul 15, 2012

Wonderful, dark series of British mysteries.

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