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Bone White: Mundy's Landing Book Three by [Staub, Wendy Corsi]
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Book 3 of 3 in Mundy's Landing (3 Book Series)

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-Cunningly orchestrated, Bone White once again proves why Wendy Corsi Staub's name remains at the very forefront of domestic psychological suspense.---Criminal Element

"Cunningly orchestrated, Bone White once again proves why Wendy Corsi Staub's name remains at the very forefront of domestic psychological suspense."--Criminal Element

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The town of Mundy's Landing was founded on a horrifying secret, but stark white bones of the dead never lie . . .

"We shall never tell." Spurred by the cryptic phrase in a centuries-old letter, Emerson Mundy travels to her ancestral hometown to trace her past. In Mundy's Landing, she connects with long lost relatives--and a closet full of skeletons going back centuries.

In the year since former NYPD Detective Sullivan Leary solved the historic Sleeping Beauty Murders, she--like the village itself--has made a fresh start. But someone has unearthed blood-drenched secrets in a disembodied skull, and is hacking away at the Mundy family tree, branch by branch . . .


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  • Publisher: William Morrow (28 Mar. 2017)
  • Language: English
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5.0 out of 5 stars Catch the Killer(s) If You Can 12 April 2017
By BeatleBangs1964 - Published on Amazon.com
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I've enjoyed Wendy Corsi Staub since 2001. This trilogy, BLOOD RED, BLUE MOON and BONE WHITE did not disappoint. As much as I got into this book, I think it's a good idea to read BLOOD RED and BLUE MOON first as they are the preceding two books in this trilogy. Even if one has not read those two previous installments, this book picks up where the other two have left off. Familiar characters make reappearances and the family featured in BLUE MOON gets a cursory nod in this latest installment.

BONE WHITE is set in 2017, one year after the infamous Sleeping Beauty Murders took place in the fictional Hudson Valley New York town of Mundy's Landing. The Sleeping Beauties were young girls who were abducted and killed, copycat fashion one century after the 1916 original Sleeping Beauties were killed and tucked into bedrooms in three different houses in Mundy's Landing.

By the time this third installment kicks off, Mundy's Landing, a town with a brutal and gruesome past has appeared to settled into a peaceful lull. Things take a downturn when Emerson Mundy, another descendant of the town's forefathers arrives from California with letters that were written by the town's forebears. Her arrival coincides with two murders and mysterious notes that are found with the bodies. Emerson arrives after the death of her father. She travels across country to get answers to her questions about her ancestry and to learn more about the letters she has inherited from her forebears.

Aurora "Ora" Abrams, whom readers got to know in the first two installments is curator of the Mundy’s Landing Historical Society. Ora, born in 1935 is the town doyenne who has the keys to many interesting tidbits about the town's history. Her great-aunt Etta bequeathed to her a skull of a young woman who died during the town's inception.

Questions about the skull crop up. Was the young woman killed or did she die of natural causes? Starvation claimed the lives of many during the town's early years. Could she have been one of those who starved to death? Savannah Ivers, a forensics specialist from the local university has agreed to use forensic testing to learn more about the mysterious skull per Ora's request. Savannah also hooks up with Braden Mundy, the elder son of Rowan and Jake Mundy, the family featured in BLOOD RED. That branch of the Mundy family figures largely into this installment.

Two more familiar characters from other books, officers Sullivan “Sully” Leary, and her partner, NYPD officer Stockton Barnes play huge roles in the Sleeping Beauty Murders. Sully left the city and relocated to Mundy's Landing and Barnes has followed her, apparently on the run. Could he or she be in danger? And are his suspicions founded?

Emerson’s fiancé Roy Nowak has driven across country to try to reconnect with Emerson. She either ignores his texts or sends him cursory responses in the hopes that he will give her space. He arrives in town and his truck disappears. He stands out at the local bar and coffee shop as Mundy's Landing is a small town and newcomers don't escape notice. Within days of his arrival, he is found dead under very questionable circumstances. Like the mysterious skull of a deceased town forebear, Roy Nowak's death remains under question. His death appears to have been a suicide, but there are still unanswered questions.

A sense of danger settles over Mundy's Landing once again and it is up to Savannah Ivers, Sully and Barnes to try to figure out what is going on. Is there a new killer? And what of the cryptic letters that the town's early settlers have written that remain part of local history? This brilliant trilogy will certainly keep readers riveted. Wendy Corsi Staub is a master at creating taut mysteries that leave readers wanting more. A brilliant added touch was that each chapter was prefaced by a letter written by the town's forebear, each alluding to the town's grisly past. Could there be something that has tainted and followed the Mundy family for generations? And where could a current killer or killers have come from out of all this? I am eagerly anticipating her next book or series.

*Note: The map for Mundy's Landing shows slight differences and discrepancies in all three volumes.

The 1965 Dave Clark 5 classic "Catch Us If You Can" could well underscore this installment.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another great read from WCS! 31 Mar. 2017
By T wyn - Published on Amazon.com
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Good read, interesting, great twist at the end! Loved it. Another winner from tjis author cant wait for a follow up!
5.0 out of 5 stars and that's what makes her a great writer. It was a very puzzling whodunit 21 April 2017
By Karen Payne - Published on Amazon.com
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It wasn't quite what I expected. But with Wendy, nothing ever is, and that's what makes her a great writer. It was a very puzzling whodunit, and I think that almost everyone will be as surprised as I was.
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2.0 out of 5 stars What was the point of writing this? 11 April 2017
By Kay Drexler - Published on Amazon.com
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I felt like it was three separate stories which were very loosely connected in the end. Throughout the book, I kept wondering what is the point of the book? Read over 300 pages trying to figure out the connections and it was wrapped up in the last 30 pages.
4.0 out of 5 stars i didn't guess the ending it was a good story with familiar characters like the idea of finding ... 3 May 2017
By Dori - Published on Amazon.com
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i didn't guess the ending it was a good story with familiar characters like the idea of finding out what happened in the past enjoyable read
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