A social history of a working-class community in nineteenth-century Ipswich....
|Title||:||Rags and Bones|
|Number of Pages||:||292 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Rags and Bones Reviews
While on summer break, a 12-year old boy, Jason, is the focus of a murder investigation without even knowing it. A 7-year old girl has been brutally murdered and the town is desperate to find the killer. An expert interrogator, Trent, has been called in to get a confession from the innocent pre-teen and finds himself more interested in obtaining a confession and upholding his reputation than finding out the truth about what happened to the young girl and Jason's true involvement with the murder . The story is captivating and the clear, straightforward attitude of the narrator creates a serious mood that is hard to turn away from while desperately listening and worrying about the fate of Jason and struggling with the disbelief that Trent will do anything to elicit a confession from the young boy. A master of twists, both teens and adults will be enthralled and shocked at the climax and conclusion to this disturbing thriller.