My Review of “In Her Bones” by Kate Moretti

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My Review of “In Her Bones ” by Kate Moretti  Atria Books, September 4, 2018

WOW! I loved the unique premise in “In Her Bones” by Author Kate Moretti. Can you imagine having a serial killer as a mother? Someone capable of nursing you when you are sick, but  can stab women to death in cold-hearted murder? Add in a dysfunctional brother, who is constantly in your life.  What about being obsessed with the families of the deceased and keeping detailed journals??  I read this novel in one sitting. “In Her Bones” is a captivating, intense, dark, twisted, riveting, page turning novel. The Genres for this novel are Fiction, Thriller, Mystery and Suspense. The story takes place in the present and goes to the past when it pertains to the characters or events in the story. The author describes her dysfunctional cast of characters as complex and complicated. Given the circumstances, that seems to be an understatement. I imagine that Freud would have a field day with this information.

Edie Beckett tries to stay out of the spotlight, and even tries to stay sober. Someone has written a book about her mother’s brutal murdering sprees, and Edie can’t help  be obsessed to see what is going on to those families who are the survivors. As fate steps in, Edie crosses the line, and gets drunk after socializing with one of the victims. Edie finds out he is dead, and she is confident that she didn’t kill him. Or did she? Is she her mother’s daughter?  Edie runs to survive, and try to make sense of what happened and find out who the killer is.

I would recommend this book to readers that love a suspenseful , intense and roller coaster of a ride.  I received a copy from NetGalley for my honest review.

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