James Hankins: Brothers and Bones

brothers and bones, murderincommon.com, james hankins, june lorraine roberts

 

Duplicity

 

Two brothers. One missing for 13-years, the other a successful federal prosecutor. Two words that change a life, and a rabbit hole no one would want to go down.

Charlie Beckham never gave up looking for his brother Jake, he just hides it from his fiancee who is exasperated with his obsession. He’s in therapy for his paranoia. Why does he always feel that someone is watching or following him?

Beckham’s just been handed the case of his career when a homeless man says something to him. Something only one other person would know. If he thought he had difficulties before, then the ruthless world he’s about to enter is another struggle. This one to clear his name and to stay alive.

James Hankins needs you to suspend disbelief in Brothers and Bones. Manage that and you’ll have some fun with this book.

~ June Lorraine

 

 

 

  One thought on “James Hankins: Brothers and Bones

  1. November 5, 2018 at 6:36 PM

    Good ot know going in that you have to suspend disbelief. Sometimes I fight that in a book, and I end up missing out on all the fun.

  2. November 4, 2018 at 12:15 PM

    this sounds really good

    • November 5, 2018 at 9:25 AM

      There is a lot of introspection by Charlie, which slowed things down a bit for me, overall I enjoyed it.
      Thanks for dropping by Beth

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