Review | Bones Don’t Lie by Melinda Leigh

 

Rating: 5/5 stars

To see my review for the first two books in this series, click here!

This is the book we’ve been waiting for! In Say You’re Sorry, the first book in this series, we learn a bit about PI Lance Kruger and his father that literally vanished into thin air when he was only ten years old. The case was thoroughly investigated time and time again by Sharp, who was the lead cop on the case at the time. He continuously ran into dead ends, until now, when Victor Kruger’s car is pulled from a river close to town.

When skeleton remains are found in his trunk, everyone begins questioning how Victor Kruger is connected to it all. Over twenty years later the investigation is cracked wide open, starting fresh with new eyes, including Lance himself. It isn’t easy to open old wounds for him and his mother, but they’re both desperate for answers.

Digging up the past causes someone close to the case to lash out and one at a time, people involved begin dropping like flies. A suicide, an overdose and some shot dead in cold blood.

This is a whodunit that keeps you guessing. Bones Don’t Lie is a mystery you aren’t going to want to miss.

I suggest reading this series in order, but it’s not absolutely necessary. Leigh does a really great job of catching the reader up on the previous books in the series.

You can follow Melinda Leigh on Twitter, Goodreads, Instagram, or on her website to keep up with new releases and book updates!

Add the series to your Goodreads TBR by clicking here!

The series is also available on Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited.

Say You’re Sorry | Amazon

Her Last Goodbye | Amazon

Bones Don’t Lie | Amazon

 

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