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Skin and Bone (Dr. Anya Crichton, #3) Homicide Detective Kate Farrer Took A Four Month Leave From The Force When The Stress Of The Job Threatened To Crush Her Now She S Back, At A Crime Scene As Brutal As Any She S Ever Witnessed The Charred Corpse Of A Young Woman, Burned Beyond Recognition, Smolders On A Bed Near A Bag Full Of Baby Items An Autopsy Reveals That The Victim Had Recently Given Birth Yet No Child Has Been Found.Teaming Up With A New Partner, Oliver Parke, Kate Struggles To Hold Her Own Demons At Bay While Also Pursuing Leads In The Seemingly Unrelated Affair Of A Missing Teenager Who Was Keeping Secrets That May Have Cost Her Her Life But As Disturbing Clues Begin Linking Their Two Investigations And Another Unspeakably Cruel Murder Secures The Knot Kate And Oliver Realize With Horror That A Desperate Killer S Next Victim Might Be The Most Innocent One Of All.


10 thoughts on “Skin and Bone (Dr. Anya Crichton, #3)

  1. says:

    Skin and Bone by Kathryn Fox 3 in the Anya Crichton series.Read from July 13 to 15, 2014I was wondering if this book had been erroneously recorded as being a part of the Anya Crichton series, because she is not in it at all and isn t even referred to except for a bit at the start noting her connection to Kate Farrer Although it does go into Kate s abduction and her being held captive in the previous Anya Crichton novel, and also mentions her relationship to Anya and her young son, so After Skin and Bone by Kathryn Fox 3 in the Anya Crichton series.Read from July 13 to 15, 2014I was wondering if this book had been erroneously recorded as being a part of the Anya Crichton series, because she is not in it at all and isn t even referred to except for a bit at the start noting her connection to Kate Farrer Although it does go into Kate s abduction and her being held captive in the previous Anya Crichton novel, and also mentions her relationship to Anya and her young son, so After reading some of t...


  2. says:

    Kate Farrar is back at work as a detective in the police force following her harrowing experience in the first book in this series, Malicious Intent Her first case involves a house fire where the body of an unknown woman is found A bag containing baby paraphernalia suggests that the woman may have had a baby but there is no sign of one at the house.The novel contains several parallel investigations with Kate and her new partner Oliver also looking for a missing girl and investigating a persona Kate Farrar is back at work as a detective in the police force following her harrowing experience in the first book in this series, Malicious Intent Her first case involves a house fire where the body of an unknown woman is found A bag containing baby paraphernalia suggests that the woman may have had a baby but there is no sign of one at the house.The novel contains several parallel investigations with Kate a...


  3. says:

    3.5 stars I felt a little jilted that a book in the Anya Crichton series didn t contain any Anya, but once I managed to page back in the main character s involvement in a previous book, I felt better about it The story started very slowly, and seemed to almost drag, until the action exploded with a bang I was so sure I had worked out the mastermind behind everything, that I got a shock at the final reveal Now that I think about it, one small storyline remained unresolved, and there wasn t so 3.5 stars I felt a little jilted that a book in the Anya Crichton series didn t contain any Anya, but once I managed to page back in the main charact...


  4. says:

    Another gripping tale from the remarkable Kathryn Fox This one focuses on Detective Kate Farrer who was abducted in the previous book It concentrates on her return to work after a leave of absence to recover from her ordeal A burned bod...


  5. says:

    The protagonist of this 3rd novel by Kathryn Fox was one of the characters in the first novel As the first and second were about Anya Crichton, I expected her to reappear in the 2nd or 3rd chapter of this, but finally realised that Fox had switched I quite like that Kate Farrar this novel s protagonist was mentioned in the second novel Without Consent , and Anya was mentioned in this both very plausibly And as they were friends in the first Malicious Intent A Novel , it seems likely t The protagonist of this 3rd novel by Kathryn Fox was one of the characters in the first novel As the first and second were about Anya Crichton, I expected her to reappear in the 2nd or 3rd chapter of this, but finally realised that Fox had switched I quite like that Kate Farrar this novel s protagonist was mentioned in the second novel Without Consent , and Anya was mentioned in this both very plausibly And as they were frie...


  6. says:

    I forgot to post this review at the time I wrote itThis was a different Kathryn Fox as it didn t involve Anya Crichton apart from a brief reference I missed Anya I really enjoyed this book although I did keep mixing Detective Kate Far...


  7. says:

    yawn this was pretty dull, no suspense, kind of muddled writing like it tried to point you one way, then another, but in a clumsy way and trying too hard dull characters did i miss a book before this there were references to the main character s prior trauma, but nothing in detail , run of the mill mystery, tried for a twist at the end but was just kind of huh wouldn t seek out another book by this author would have given it 1.5 if i could give half stars i ve read worse, so it was a yawn this was pretty dull, no suspense, kind of muddled writing like it tried to point you one way, then another, but in a clumsy way and trying too hard dull characters did i miss a book before this there were references to the m...


  8. says:

    I was a little disappointed at the beginning to find that Anya wasn t the main character focus of this book As the story progressed I found I was enjoying getting behind the character of Kateandand it was great to see her character elaborated on, and followed up from the previous books in the series.An enjoyable mystery crime read, although I found ...


  9. says:

    Maybe I ve seen too many crime shows, and written a bit myself, but this book wasn t as amazing as I wanted it to be.The detailing of some of the scientific procedures and storyline were good, if predictable But the ending was too neatly tied up with a bow to be realistic.As for the wording, some of the phrases were very awkward It was ...


  10. says:

    A really good read The only fault I have with it is that it was obvious to me from the start who the dead girl was but Kate couldn t seem to see it That aside it was a gripping read that kept me thoroughly engrossed entertained up to t...