A Book of Bones: A Thriller

Version: Unabridged
Author: John Connolly
Narrator: Jeff Harding
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Horror
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio
Published In: October 2019
# of Units: 22 CDs
Length: 23 hours
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Overview

A USA TODAY Bestseller

“Complex, pulse-pounding...Connolly’s nuanced characterizations and facility at creating spooky atmospherics make it easy to suspend disbelief about the threat of cosmic horror from other dimensions.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)

Private Investigator Charlie Parker returns in this heart-pounding thriller as he seeks revenge against the darkest forces in the world, from the internationally bestselling author of the acclaimed The Woman in the Woods.

He is our best hope.

He is our last hope.

On a lonely moor in northern England, the body of a young woman is discovered. In the south, a girl lies buried beneath a Saxon mound. To the southeast, the ruins of a priory hide a human skull.

Each is a sacrifice, a summons. And something in the darkness has heard the call.

Charlie Parker has also heard it and from the forests of Maine to the deserts of the Mexican border, from the canals of Amsterdam to the streets of London, he will track those who would cast the world into darkness.

Parker fears no evil—but evil fears him.

With John Connolly’s signature “blend of crime and supernatural horror” (Crime Reads), A Book of Bones is a terrifying and suspenseful thrill ride that will keep you guessing until the very last page.

Reviews (1)

Written by Jeff S. on October 23rd, 2019

  • Book Rating: 2/5

I usually don't pay for a book and not finish it but this one I couldn't get through. Just not my cup of tea I guess

Author Details

Author Details

Connolly, John

John Connolly is the author of "Every Dead Thing, Dark Hollow, The Killing Kind, The White Road, Bad Men, Nocturnes, "and "The Black Angel. "He is a regular contributor to" The Irish Times" and lives in Dublin, Ireland. For more information, see his website at www.johnconnolly.co.uk and read more about this book at

www.thebookoflostthings.co.uk.