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Buried (A Bone Secrets Novel) by [Elliot, Kendra]
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Buried (A Bone Secrets Novel) Kindle Edition

4.5 out of 5 stars 272 customer reviews
Book 3 of 5 in A Bone Secrets Novel (5 Book Series)
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About the Author

Kendra Elliot has always been a voracious reader, cutting her teeth on classic female sleuths and heroines like Nancy Drew, Trixie Belden, and Laura Ingalls before proceeding to devour the works of Stephen King, Diana Gabaldon, and Nora Roberts. She lives and writes in the rainy Pacific Northwest with her husband, three daughters, and a Pomeranian, but dreams of living at the beach on Kauai.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2293 KB
  • Print Length: 362 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 161109898X
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance (26 Mar. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009KP9VIS
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 272 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #288 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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An excellent story which kept me absorbed for hours, utterly distracting me from whatever was on TV or radio. I managed to put it down long enough to get on with the necessary chores but my eagerness to get back to the narrative drove me on with extra fervour. The characters here are well drawn and where appropriate immensely appealing. Even Michael, who when first met, might seem somewhat shallow, proves to have great depth and tenacity. It would appear that even he is surprised by that. In Chris, great and justified fear gives rise to huge courage. In order to protect the people who mean the most to him he has to give them all up. Not only does he give up all those he considers family, but he has to all intents and purposes to give up his very existence. His life is not totally isolated however as the vagaries of life leave him with a son, the existence of whom he can never reveal to anyone who knew him. The discovery of the bodies of many children and a number of adults plunges Chris and those who turn out to be his family into a nightmare which challenges everything about families.
I had a fair idea of who the Ghostman's boss was from about halfway through but it was only a guess, and Michael, Chris and Jamie didn't have a clue - how could they? How could they imagine the unimaginable?

I know some reviewers didn't like the inclusion of a romantic relationship between Michael and Jamie but it was an important factor in creating the sense of urgency when Jamie disappeared, and as such helped to raise the tension in the story.

As I said previously, this is excellent and is well worth the time taken to read it. I am very glad I found it.
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Buried is Kendra Elliot's third book in the Bone Secrets series. Having read the other two books I must admit that they get better as they progress. Each book features a main character who appears as supporting characters in the other books. It's a great way to keep a familiar feel to a series without having each book cover the same characters. In this book we once again meet up with the gorgeous Michael Brody who was infatuated with Lacey Campbell in the first book. Michael drops his journalist hat when he has a personal agenda after a grisly mass grave found in the woods. Two decades after the disappearance of a bus load of children, their remains are found with strong indications of child abuse. Michael hurries to the site to hopefully lay to rest his missing brother only to find that his brother's remains unaccounted for. And so begins the hunt for his missing brother where Michael teams up with the lovely Jamie, the sister of the only known survivor of the abduction and abuse. However, it seems like the original child sex offender and murderer is on the loose trying to silence the remaining survivor.
This book is full of graphic violence, kidnapping, beatings and fight scenes. It's very tastefully written and totally gripping and in my opinion, it is the best book by far. The romance between Jamie and Michael is well written and I'm thankful that it's not over the top. I'm looking forward to Veiled, the next book in the series.
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Buried kept me on the edge of my seat throughout, and was a book I finished in one sitting. The story has a good pace, and unlike some thrillers, I was kept guessing right until the end. There is a big surprise near the end of the book, which was very thought provoking and was something I would never have guessed.

I have not read the previous two stories in the series, but was pleasantly surprised that this wasn't required, and I felt like I didn't miss anything by having not read the rest of the series. It is always a sign of a good writer, when you can read a book either as part of a series or as a true stand alone.

The thing for me that let down Buried was the romantic aspect. I know, I know, it's a romantic suspense novel so has romance, but I truly felt that the book was very strong without the romance, and that the romance (or random sex scenes) detracted from what was a very good suspense thriller. I fear the mere mention of romance in the genre will put off readers who otherwise would really enjoy this book.
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This is the third book in the Bone Secrets series and it is the best so far! In the first book, Hidden, we met Michael Brody as a self-assured journalist who had a passion for finding the truth no matter what he had to do to get it. It was obvious then that he had, as yet, unexplored layers and I was hopeful we would meet him again and get to know his secrets. Well Kendra surprised me with the Michael we met in this book, faced with the hidden terrors in his own past that even now 20yrs later are still unanswered we get to understand Michael that bit better. Michael has been hiding his own pain behind a mask and in Buried we get to see that pain, we see everything he has hidden behind a front for so long. Ever since his yonger brother and his friends went missing. 20yrs with no answers, it's understandable why he has made it his life's work to help other people discover the truth, he is stopping other people from experiencing everything he has. When a mass grave is found and the bones are found to be the missing children and their teacher along wit a few others, Michael must work with Jamie, the sister of the only known survivor to get to the bottom of what went on before the past comes back and silences them all for good.

Kendra tackles many sensitive issues in this book and she does so with a delicate pen, I was drawn in to the story and she had a tight grasp on me right until the very end. As a parent I found this one heartbreaking at times, I needed to hug my kids when it was over. Kendra's writing style has developed with each book, the clues are more subtle, the twists aren't as telegraphed and the characters are more developed. I trully can't wait to see where she takes us next and I hope we get to see more of Chris - if anyone deserves a happy ending, it's him
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