Blood and Bone by William Lashner
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Blood and Bone Summary
For a son, every funeral before his father's death is a rehearsal and every funeral thereafter is a memorial.
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"Since the reader learns the identity of Toth's killer early on, only the motive for the crime offers much mystery - and that turns out to be less than compelling." - Publishers Weekly.
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William Lashner Author Biography
William Lashner (b.1956), author of the Victor Carl crime novels, which include Killer's Kiss, Marked Man, Falls the Shadow, Past Due, Fatal Flaw, Bitter Truth, and Hostile Witness, is a former Philadelphia lawyer and a graduate of New York
University Law School and the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop. He has served as trial attorney in the Criminal Division of the United States Justice Department. He lives with his family outside of Philadelphia.
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