WOW!!! I was happy to receive an e-mail of copy first of the Bone Gap series. There is more information about the Iris Travelers. The tale captured my interest from the first page  to the last one. Bone Gap is a small town in rural Tennessee The residents are the Clan of the Pavee, Gypsies and Settled people. Plan on reading when you have the time as you won’t want to put down.

Marine MP Brynn Callahan and her canine partner, HRD dog Wilco have returned to Bone Gap, Tennessee. Brynn is a half Pavee and Settled people except by neither group. Bryan joined the marine because her left left no where to go. She was invalid out because of injuries and fought the Marines to bring Wilco home with her. Both received serious injuries when a IED explored near them. Wico got loose one day and disappeared. When Brynn found him, Wilco was on alert. Her new neighbor, Nathan Doogan accompanied and felt the body was is missing sister but it was Brynn’s Mother. When she was 8 years she was told her Mother had committed suicide. The Pavees did not allow those who commit suicide to be buried. Brynn and Wilco struggled through flashbacks and the events that are now coming to light. There is a strong movement by the Settle People to run the Gypsies out of Bone Gap. The ending surprise me as I did not see it coming.

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10 Responses to #SPLINTERED SILENCE by Susan Furlong

  1. Madam Mim says:

    This sounds like a fun book!

  2. bmary8222 says:

    Glad you liked it so much.

  3. Colline says:

    I love novels with surprises at the end!

  4. lghiggins says:

    Looking forward to reading this.

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