Bone Deep

Bone Deep Some secrets are best left close to the bone From the author of the bestselling Faces of Evil series comes another chilling story of deception and betrayal Jill Ellington s twin sister hasn t spoken a

  • Title: Bone Deep
  • Author: Debra Webb
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Some secrets are best left close to the bone From the author of the bestselling Faces of Evil series comes another chilling story of deception and betrayal Jill Ellington s twin sister hasn t spoken a word since she allegedly murdered her husband and her three year old son is missing No one in the small, idyllic town of Paradise saw or heard a single thing The chief ofSome secrets are best left close to the bone From the author of the bestselling Faces of Evil series comes another chilling story of deception and betrayal Jill Ellington s twin sister hasn t spoken a word since she allegedly murdered her husband and her three year old son is missing No one in the small, idyllic town of Paradise saw or heard a single thing The chief of police already has Jill s twin convicted and her nephew dead and buried Jill is going to need a miracle to uncover the truth Dr Paul Phillips has a gift or a curse depending upon how sober he is when ask He agrees to review Jill s case to settle an old debt but five minutes in Paradise and he knows he has made a monumental mistake This is the kind of case that broke him once before and he has no desire to go down that dark path again But there s something about Jill Ellington that won t let him walk away Paul s ability to sense what others cannot once made him a legend but he s not that man any Yet somehow Jill makes him yearn to be the miracle she desperately needs As they unravel a web of shocking lies that go back three generations, they uncover bone deep secrets that will rock the town of Paradise if they can survive long enough to tell.

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    1. Some secrets are better keep buried!And to keep those secrets the way they are killing is the only way to guard them.Jill has been called to her hometown by her mother to help her twin, they're charging Kate with the murder of her husband and the disappearance of her son. But that's impossible Kate's the rational twin,Jillian is the trouble maker, suddenly paradise isn't what she's expecting, conspiracies,lying and killing are the subjectivity in this case, and to top her already filled up plate [...]

    2. Another spine-tingling thriller from Debra Webb!This story held me captive from the opening page! Webb expertly draws the reader into Jill's impossible situation - her sister's accused of murder, her nephew is missing, and everyone in her hometown wants Jill to leave. Relying on a washed-up expert for help seems like a poor choice, especially as the road blocks and body count rise, but he is her only ally.The intrigue, the twists and turns, and the all-too-real possibilities combine for a chilli [...]

    3. Bone Deep by Debra Webb is a Pink House publication. This book was released in 2013. I picked this one up in the Kindle lending library.Jill's twin sister, Kate is in the hospital, horribly beaten, catatonic, and accused of killing her husband and hurting her child. But, Jill, an attorney, is certain there must be a mistake. Calling on an old friend for help, she is introduced to Paul. Paul is gifted with the extra sensory perception that enables him to get a feeling about what is going on with [...]

    4. I love Debra Webb's series, Faces of Evil, so I decided to read her latest, Bone Deep. I really enjoyed it. Jill Ellington's twin sister is in the hospital accused of murdering her husband, the CEO of a major corporation. Her nephew Cody is missing. Jill doesn't believe her sister could do something so horrible, so she enlists the help of her college professor/mentor, who recommends Dr. Paul Phillips, a forensic psychologist. As they delve into the secrets of her sister, they uncover some deadly [...]

    5. Let me first say I truly enjoyed this book. It kept me at the edge of my seat the whole way through.The subject matter around the mystery was both disturbing in a sense and thought provoking. I definitely understood and applaud the reasoning after reading Debra's note at the end of the book.Thank you for another great read!

    6. Interesting plot - but there sure were some things that happened that should have set alarms off for the people of the town - or other towns - house fires, whole blocks exploding shortly thereafter (same block that the house fire was on), family members all murdered days apart but overall a good story

    7. Jill doesn't believe what the law enforcement officers have to say about her twin sister and nephew. They think, her sister is a murderer and that her nephew is dead. But she knows that her sister would not do something like that and so she enlists the help of Dr. Paul Phillips. Paul has his own baggage, but together with Jill he embarks upon the task of revealing the secrets of the town.There were quite a few twists and turns and the narrative is handled quite well. But for me it was very predi [...]

    8. Bone Deep is unlike any other book that I have read by Debra Webb. It is a compelling and formidable book that conjures up theories of cloning, cannibalism in the womb, and Stepford "lives."Attorney Jill Ellington returns to Paradise, Tennessee after learning that her twin sister, Kate, allegedly murdered her husband, Karl Manning, and perhaps her three year old son, Cody, who has gone missing. Kate is in a coma in a psychiatric ward. Jill does not believe that her sister, the perfect twin, coul [...]

    9. Just an okay bookI read this book pretty quickly because I needed to return it in order to borrow another. So, that maybe affects my rating. But, I don't think so. The plot was pretty spelled out and a few of the key plot clues were repeated enough that a goose could figure out the flow of the drama. And some of the details in character development were contrived and poorly enough explained, that they weren't believable to me. Jill is ostracized by her family strictly because she went to Old Mis [...]

    10. Jill got a terrible call home her sister was in the hospital psych ward charged with murder, her husband and her child was missing. A good friend of hers recommended Dr. Paul Phillips to help her he used to work at the FBI as a profiler but with sll his demons before he left though he solved all his unsolvable cases he had a sixth sense and he used it to help him. When paul and Jill met he told her he was just there to look into the case nothing else and she took that. But as he noticed the whol [...]

    11. This story was a slow builder. Not to be confused with a slow starter. A slow builder is a story that slowly escalates to tell the tale. This story was interesting and intriguing but it took awhile to figure out exactly what was happening. I personally loved the slower paced reveal! It really amplified the “horror “ factor. Once the reader starts to see where this tale is going you are both mesmerized and horrified at the same time . I loved how different this story was and the historical si [...]

    12. A chill raising view of what might be.I am having a great time finding all these wonderful young authors on . After I retired I either bought books at the used book store, or read all the new ones our public library could buy on their limited budget. My daughter bought me a Kindle Fire, and set me free with their read 10 at a time program. Debra Webb held my attention throughout her well thought out book. I liked the way she built her story on a foundation of history, then brought us along on t [...]

    13. Debra Webb never ceases to amaze me on her writing style; every book no matter the genre is well worth reading more then once.In Bone Deep she draws you in with a twin trying to prove her sister-who just happens to be her identical twin- did not kill her husband and child (who is missing). Jill (the lead character) is fighting return home to a place that she does no feel very welcome in and yet it is still just like when she grew up. Along the way she gets the help of a burned out forensic psych [...]

    14. Webb combines a genuine gift for storytelling with an amazing imagination. This book is an example of her finest work. Her characters are very real and easy to relate to. The story continues to build in suspense from one page to the next, until the reader cannot stop reading. as the story continues, danger grows, tension builds and love begins. As more and more information comes to light, fewer and fewer characters can be trusted. The ending ties all the loose ends together and is very satisfyin [...]

    15. This is a surprising story about a young woman who returns home to help her twin sister who is accused of murdering her husband and possibly her son. Jill knows her gentle sister could not have committed such vicious crimes but something does not seem right in the small town she grew up in. Her sister refuses to speaks and her mother is acting strange and distant. She accepts a friends offer to send someone to help her unravel the mystery. Paul is a tortured soul with secrets and a special gift [...]

    16. Debra Webb brings a bit of history to her masterful new novel. Bone Deep tells the story of the small town of Paradise, which is anything but and secrets run bone deep. Really more of a mystery than romantic suspense, this is a story of how those with the best of intentions can become part of something far more sinister. To say anymore would give away the ending. I really enjoyed Jill and Paul. I really wanted to know more about them and how they got where they were. Together they manage to expo [...]

    17. This is not the type of novel I would normally read. Although I was surprised that I did enjoy this book to a certain extent. It was mostly quite predictable, with the expected happy ending that this authors books always seem to have.I would classify this as a higher end-better story-romance novel. If I could give it 3 1/2 stars, I would. Again, because I do not usually read romances that would be why my rating is so low. Compared to a regular Harlequin type romance this was above and beyond as [...]

    18. This is another thrilling read by Debra Webb. A husband is murdered, a child is missing and the presumed killer, the wife is catatonic in the hospital. Her twin sister Jill, an attorney comes home to Paradise to try to figure out what has happened. Her old friend recommends Dr. Paul Phillips, an ex FBI Agent with extra sensory gift. Together, they try to figure out what kind of trouble Jill is in and uncover evil experiments that have been going on in their sleepy little town. A riveting read th [...]

    19. DEBRA Webb Rules Romantic Suspense!Kate and Jill are twins. as soon as she was old enough, Jill left Paradise, TN behind and didn't look back, that is untile gets a call tha Kate murdered her husband and presumably her son who is missing. Jill knows in her heart something is wrong but will she be able to figure it out before it's too late for everyone?I would give more stars if I could. Debra Webb truly is a master at romantic suspense. This book shows that as well her others. read this book. Yo [...]

    20. Loved it! Jill Ellington and her sister Kate had grown up in the small town of Paradise.And now Jill was going home becaus her sister was accused of murdering her husband and her son was missing.An old frierd and law professor had set Jill up with Dr.Paul Phillips to help her,he used to be wit the FBI and also had some ESP.What these two discover about this town and how infertility affected it,and then a company came in claiming to want to help but hiding things that were more like the Nazi's di [...]

    21. "Bone Deep" is one of those rare books you can't put down until you find out what happens. Suspense builds throughout the entire book; just when you think you understand the whole terrible conspiracy, you turn the page to discover another facet that you hadn't even considered. The characters are well-developed and compelling. A fascinating and rather alarming read; one can only hope that unethical scientific experimentation on human beings remains in the realm of well-written fiction.

    22. Good suspenseending somewhat garbledA very engrossing story. I especially liked Jill and Paul. I found them relatable and real. I found the twists at the end somewhat garbled and rushed and almost added for shock effects. Some things that should have been explained like the death and illness of two major characters weren't ever explained. An overall satisfying read from the lending library.

    23. Kate and Jill are twins. as soon as she was old enough, Jill left Paradise, TN behind and didn't look back, that is untile gets a call tha Kate murdered her husband and presumably her son who is missing. Jill knows in her heart something is wrong but will she be able to figure it out before it's too late for everyone?I would give more stars if I could. Debra Webb truly is a master at romantic suspense. This book shows that as well her others. read this book. You won be sorry!!!

    24. Interesting readI gave this book five stars for a couple of reasons. First, the characters were well written and very believable. Second, the storyline is very different than anything I have read before. It didn't ramble or stall out, but kept a brisk pace from start to finish. This book kept me up late reading because I just couldn't put it down. I would recommend this book to everyone.

    25. A amazing book it grabbed me from the very first page and i read it straight through in one evening it is one that i will reread over and over. If you have not read a Debra Webb book u are truly missing out she is amazing. So i say buy it borrow it or check it out at your library u wont be sorry. Anyone that loves to read should read this one for sure romance, suspense and intrigue all wrapped up i did not want this one to end. Loved It!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    26. This is the prequel to Bone Cold. Or more accurately Bone Cold is the sequel to Bone Deep. This gives the back story of Paul Phillips. Jill has returned to Paradise, TN to discover the truth behind her nephew's disappearance. Her twin is in a near coma and is the main suspect in the death of her husband.

    27. The only interesting part of the book was the visions that Paul sees and his struggle. It kept me interested in the beginning, and then went missing toward the middle only to (barely) reemerge at the end. I was glad for the happy ending, and the strong female lead, but too many things didn't add up.

    28. This was an eerie read for me, as Katherine Manning (including the unusual spelling of Katherine) is my daughter's name. Spooky twists, hidden plots, lots of suspense. Very difficult to put down, even to eat.The only reason I gave it a 4 instead of a 5 is because it can't match her Colby series.I read every book I can find by her.

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