Monday, April 12, 2010
Skin and Bones
FBI Special Agent Severin Ash deals in missing person’s cases all the time. His latest case is no exception. A child has gone missing. At what first seemed like a open and shut case for Ash, has now turned out to be a challenge. Another child has gone missing. Ash brings in the help of a local woman by the name of Parker Kelly. It will all of Parker and Ash’s brain smarts to solve this case. The people in town have a few things they are hiding.
I so wanted to really like this book as it seemed right up my alley. Unfortunately, I found I had a hard time getting into this book. It wasn’t for a lack of trying as I did pick this book up several times. Skin and Bones just wasn’t the book for me. I do want to warn readers that there is some strong language used in this book. Though, you may find yourself liking this book as other readers did. I just seemed to be in the minority. The chill and creep factor was high in this book. This was a good thing. Agent Ash is one tough cookie and smart too. I could see where D.C. Corso was going with this book. I thought Skin and Bones had some potential.