#GAME OF BONES by Carolyn Hines


I have been reading about Sarah Booth Delaney over the years. In the early years, I often didn't find the books in the stores, shop. I hope to remedy that in the near future. The 20th book in the series did not disappoint. 
Along the Mississippi death are mounds believe to have been built the Tunics Indian of the region. Dr. Frank Hafner is an archeologist is excavating one and there are those who are against the evacuation and others who are curious about the mounds. A member of the crew is found in a viciously MURDER on the site. Dr. Hafner, her partner is the main suspect and he hires the Detective Agency to clear him of the charge. When a second victim is found on the site. Sarah becomes determined to find the person responsible for the death of the women. Will she succeed or become a victim? I highly recommend this book and series.

Disclosure: Thanks to St.Martin Press for a copy through NetGalley. The opinions expressed are my own.

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2 Responses to #GAME OF BONES by Carolyn Hines

  1. mysm2000 says:

    Sounds great. I love things to do with archaeology and hadn’t heard of these mounds before. Heard of such things in Britain but not along the Mississippi. Adding it to my list.

    • I know there are Indian burials in the Eastern states, I hadn’t realized that connectedness the Mississippi River. That what I like about books, you can learned so much from them.

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