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Bloodie Bones by Lucienne Boyce
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it was amazing

GRITTY & GRIPPING HISTORICAL WHODUNNIT

Unless you were filthy rich, England was a grim place to be in 1796. Lucienne Boyce, a historian as well as a fiction writer, pulls no punches in describing the impoverished lives and unfairness heaped upon the working class in both London and the Somerset countryside. That she does this by writing a gripping detective story, where page after page begs to be turned, speaks volumes of her ability as a writer. Bow Street Runner Dan Foster is a colourful hero and the story of his efforts to solve a rural murder mystery is a great read.
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Reading Progress

April 12, 2017 – Started Reading
April 15, 2017 – Finished Reading
April 16, 2017 – Shelved

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