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The Bones In The Attic by Robert Barnard
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Oct 15, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: mystery-hour-book-discussion
Read in April, 2007

The discovery of a child’s skeleton in the attic of an old home recently purchased by TV personality Matt Harper leads him on a search into his past where he finds clues to the murderer.

The reading group rated this book 5.

Everyone liked the book. They all agreed that it was a good story that flowed and that made it a fast read. They were all surprised at the ending. They did think that there were some inconsistencies and that there were too many characters. They couldn’t understand how this group of children could hide the secret of the baby’s death for so long.


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