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Untitled Bone Gap Travellers #2 eBook æ Gap
    Untitled Bone Gap Travellers #2 eBook æ Gap Marine Brynn Callahan faces her first official homicide On a cold February morning, a lone cross country skier stumbles across the mutilated body of a young woman Sent to investigate, Brynn is shocked when she recognizes the victim as a fellow Traveller, Maura Keene Maura held a solid standing both within the Travellers insular community and among the settled townspeople a fact that makes her murder all the disturbing to Brynn, who also straddles the two worlds After her trained K , Wilco, digs up human bones, and then a scrap of paper scrawled with arcane Latin phrases is uncovered, Brynn finds evidence leading her to question those closest to her and closing the case becomes a deeply personal matter While trying to suppress local superstitions and prejudices, Brynn discovers that Maura was keeping a dangerous secret And as the bones Wilco found are analyzed by forensics, Brynn harbors the troubling suspicion that she knows who they belong to Still struggling with PTSD, Brynn must put her career on the line and her life at risk to find justice for a woman not unlike herself haunted by her past, and caught in a vicious cycle she may never escape."/>
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  • Untitled Bone Gap Travellers #2
  • Susan Furlong
  • 08 May 2019
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Untitled Bone Gap Travellers #2[Download] ➼ Untitled Bone Gap Travellers #2 By Susan Furlong – Essayreview.co.uk When the mutilated remains of a young woman are found in an Appalachian Mountain cave, newly sworn in deputy sheriff Brynn Callahan is forced to track down a killer driven by twisted motivesNot long a When the mutilated remains of a young woman Gap Travellers MOBI î are found in an Appalachian Mountain cave, newly Untitled Bone PDF/EPUB ² sworn in deputy sheriff Brynn Callahan is forced to track down a killer driven by twisted motivesNot Bone Gap Travellers PDF/EPUB å long after donning the uniform of the McCreary County Sheriff s department in Bone Gap, Tennessee, ex Marine Brynn Callahan faces her first official homicide On a cold February morning, a lone cross country skier stumbles across the mutilated body of a young woman Sent to investigate, Brynn is shocked when she recognizes the victim as a fellow Traveller, Maura Keene Maura held a solid standing both within the Travellers insular community and among the settled townspeople a fact that makes her murder all the disturbing to Brynn, who also straddles the two worlds After her trained K , Wilco, digs up human bones, and then a scrap of paper scrawled with arcane Latin phrases is uncovered, Brynn finds evidence leading her to question those closest to her and closing the case becomes a deeply personal matter While trying to suppress local superstitions and prejudices, Brynn discovers that Maura was keeping a dangerous secret And as the bones Wilco found are analyzed by forensics, Brynn harbors the troubling suspicion that she knows who they belong to Still struggling with PTSD, Brynn must put her career on the line and her life at risk to find justice for a woman not unlike herself haunted by her past, and caught in a vicious cycle she may never escape.


About the Author: Susan Furlong

Susan Furlong is the bestselling author of several Gap Travellers MOBI î mystery series and the forthcoming dark suspense novel, Untitled Bone PDF/EPUB ² SHATTERED JUSTICE, the third book of Bone Gap Travellers series She contributes to the New York Times Bone Gap Travellers PDF/EPUB å bestselling Novel Idea Mysteries under the pen name Lucy Arlington Susan has worked as a freelance writer, academic writer, ghost writer, translator, high school language arts teacher, and martial arts instructor She and her family live in central Illinois Visit her on Facebook or at susanfurlong To learnabout her writing, visit her website at susanfurlongTwitter FurlongSueFB Susan Furlong AuthorInstagram SusanFurlongPinterest Susan Furlong AuthorWriting as Susan Furlong Lucy Arlington.


10 thoughts on “Untitled Bone Gap Travellers #2

  1. says:

    Fractured Truth by Susan Furlong is the second book of the mystery suspense Bone Gap Travellers series Each book of the series has had it s own main case to be solved so this could be understood as a standalone However, there are some things that have carried over from book to book that make reading from the the beginning the best option.The series is set around a group of Irish Travellers that have settled in Bone Gap, Tennessee in the Appalachian Mountains In the first book of the series re Fractured Truth by Susan Furlong is the second book of the mystery suspense Bone Gap Travellers series Each book of the series has had it s own main case to be solved so this could be understood as a standalone However, there are some things that have carried over from book to book that make reading from the the beginning the best option.The series is set around a group of Irish Travellers that have settled in Bone Gap, Tennessee in the Appalachian Mountains In the first book of the series readers were introduced to ex marine Brynn Callahan and her cadaver dog, Wilco Brynn had joined the marines after some things had happened to her but after an IED explosion had left her injured she s returned to Bone Gap and the Travellers.Brynn and Wilco have joined the local law enforcement with Wilco sniffing out victims and Brynn helping to solve the murders Suffering from PTSD though Brynn is only one swallow of alcohol or pill away from endangering her position in the department All the while Brynn feels the animosity of the Travellers for being involved but when another young girl turns up murdered Brynn once again finds herself walking the fine line between her own people and the towns folk.Susan Furlong has yet again done a wonderful job setting the scene with this unique group of Irish Travellers in the mountains There s something completely compelling stepping into the world that I can t help but become completely engaged in the mystery Brynn is also one very flawed character, well she and Wilco both really, but it s hard not to feel her emotions right along with her and want things to work out for her In the end this was another great installment of the series I would rate at 4.5 stars and will looks forward to seeing what else is in store in the future.I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.Forreviews please visit

  2. says:

    4.5 StarsBrynn Callahan is an ex Marine and a newly sworn in deputy facing her first official homicide along with Wilco, her trained K 9 Brynn and her dog are rather unique characters Brynn is still suffering from PTSD, using pills and alcohol to help get her through her days She was injured during her time of service, half her body is covered with burn scars but most of her scars are inside Wilco suffered a hit the same time as Brynn He lost a leg and his hearing He s been trained to s 4.5 StarsBrynn Callahan is an ex Marine and a newly sworn in deputy facing her first official homicide along with Wilco, her trained K 9 Brynn and her dog are rather unique characters Brynn is still suffering from PTSD, using pills and alcohol to help get her through her days She was injured during her time of service, half her body is covered with burn scars but most of her scars are inside Wilco suffered a hit the same time as Brynn He lost a leg and his hearing He s been trained to sniff out human remains.Brynn is an Irish Traveler, which are somewhat like gypsies They pretty much keep to themselves, handle their own problems and definitely do not trust the police This puts Brynn in a precarious position The mutilated body of a young woman is found in a cave Brynn is shocked when she recognizes who the victim is a fellow member of the Travelers Caught between two people the Travelers and the settled people neither of whom trust her to do her job It doesn t help when her fellow law officers don t particularly like her.Brynn must put her career on the line and her life at risk to find justice for a woman not unlike herself haunted by her past, and caught in a vicious cycle she may never escape.The mystery is a good one, pitting people of one side against the other with Brynn caught in the middle She s a unique character, and I found myselfengaged by her and her dog rather than the who dun it It seems like she s fighting everyone coming at her from every direction and she s getting tired of defending herself against them all If it weren t for Wilco, she d feel totally alone.There are many suspects, several motivations for the murder of a young girl The Travelers say that someone from the settled people must be responsible, while the settle people are sure that the Travelers did this awful thing Old secrets will somehow find their way into the light.Although second in a series, this works quite well as a stand alone I highly recommend reading SPLINTERED SILENCE, the first book Many thanks to the author Kensington Books Netgalley for the advanced digital copy of this well written crime fiction Opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own

  3. says:

    I know a magic lamp, rub it and You would think a genie would appear, wouldn t you But nahh this lamp is different it pulls you in.Susan Furlong s book is that magical lamp which pulled me in with the first line and soon found me a cozy place to read the book I couldn t get out nor did I want to till the last line was readA damaged main character Brynn and her deaf three legged work dog Wilco are the main characters She is a Pavee, from the travellers or the gypsies clan, who now I know a magic lamp, rub it and You would think a genie would appear, wouldn t you But nahh this lamp is different it pulls you in.Susan Furlong s book is that magical lamp which pulled me in with the first line and soon found me a cozy place to read the book I couldn t get out nor did I want to till the last line was readA damaged main character Brynn and her deaf three legged work dog Wilco are the main characters She is a Pavee, from the travellers or the gypsies clan, who now works for the police, the outsiders, to bring about justice for the dead The story is similarly themed as book 1 with the fight continuing between the travelers and the nontravelers along with the solving of a murder In this, it takes a satanic turn with the body of a young girl found in a cave The mystery from book 1 too continued Bryn again has to shoulder the balancing act of traversing between both the worlds as well as protecting her grandmother.Brynn did travel into my heart in this round too she is not perfect, uses Vicodin and whiskey to keep alive sane, a war vet with PTSD, but her hidden vulnerability draws me deep into this book Both the books should be read to see the way the author Susan Furlong has developed Bryn and to being captured by her writing.The only niggle I can think of is I was angry with Bryn for not taking charge of her life and allowed prescribed meds to rule her body But then what do I know of being a damaged, scarred war vet She does clean up her act later.And yes, I did come out of the lamp to write this review You can call me the genie and I can grant wishes but only for people who read this book

  4. says:

    I loved the first book so much that I jumped at the chance to read the second book in the Bone Gap series Brynn Callahan, an ex Marine with PTSD has returned to Bone Gap in Appalachia Her family is part of a clan of Travelers, known as gypsies to the settled community The walls of prejudice and discrimination segregate the groups, and Brynn is an outsider for both groups as she and her beloved, Wilco a cadaver dog for the military, joined the police force Rich in descriptions, you ll l I loved the first book so much that I jumped at the chance to read the second book in the Bone Gap series Brynn Callahan, an ex Marine with PTSD has returned to Bone Gap in Appalachia Her family is part of a clan of Travelers, known as gypsies to the settled community The walls of prejudice and discrimination segregate the groups, and Brynn is an outsider for both groups as she and her beloved, Wilco a cadaver dog for the military, joined the police force Rich in descriptions, you ll learn about the cultural of the travelers while reading a top notch mystery While there is sufficient exposition to cover the events In the first book, you shouldn t deny yourself the pleasure of reading it Highly recommended Thanks to netgalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review

  5. says:

    This is the second book in a series, and while technically you could probably jump in at this point I think reading both books is the way to go They re both excellent and Furlong has done such a great job developing Brynn s character that you would be missing out if you don t read both One of the best things about this series for me is that it s exposing me to a totally new culture that I know very little about Brynn is an Irish Traveller, a small and close knit community that she s never quit This is the second book in a series, and while technically you could probably jump in at this point I think reading both books is the way to go They re both excellent and Furlong has done such a great job developing Brynn s character that you would be missing out if you don t read both One of the best things about this series for me is that it s exposing me to a totally new culture that I know very little about Brynn is an Irish Traveller, a small and close knit community that she s never quite fit into, but neverso than now IT don t really trust settled folk and they really don t trust police officers making Brynn a double threat in their eyes and the fact that one of their own was murdered just brings the tension to a whole new level While Brynn has plenty to deal with at work, her personal life is a hot mess as well, she is totally flawed and incredibly fascinating, there s a complexity to her that draws me in.The mystery itself is solid, there s a very us versus them mentality between the IT and the rest of the community that leads to infighting and hostility making for a tense, engaging read Recommended for anyone looking for something different, I haven t read anything else like it before and Furlong is a fantastic writer.Fractured Silence in three words Unexpected, Engaging and Tense

  6. says:

    Bone Gap Travellers Fractured Truth is the second in this series There is a thread that connects these stories along with the characters but could be read as a stand alone This is an amazing crime drama about a vet and her dog dealing with their physical and mental war injuries Ex Marine Brynn Callahan and her cadaver finding dog, Wilco, struggle with disabilities, bullying, drug dependency and a way to fit in with law enforcement to solve a MURDER Furlong does an excellent job of twining Bone Gap Travellers Fractured Truth is the second in this series There is a thread that connects these stories along with the characters but could be read as a stand alone This is an amazing crime drama about a vet and her dog dealing with their physical and mental war injuries Ex Marine Brynn Callahan and her cadaver finding dog, Wilco, struggle with disabilities, bullying, drug dependency and a way to fit in with law enforcement to solve a MURDER Furlong does an excellent job of twining Brynn s past with the skills needed to solve this crime Fast read with in depth character reasoning that lead to a satisfying conclusion Very much look forward to the next in this series and hoping for Brynn to experience some true romantic love A copy of this book was provided by Kensington Books via Netgalley with no requirements for a review Comments here are my honest opinion

  7. says:

    4 starsNew Deputy Sheriff Brynn Callahan and her scent remains trained dog Wilco have found the remains of a woman in a cave off the Appalachian Trail They performed the same job time and time again when they were in the military in a war zone.The seventeen year old girl s name is Maura Keene and she is a Traveler, as is Brynn Brynn is caught between a rock and a hard place The Travelers believe that some non Traveler must have done the killing, while the town people believe it was a Traveler 4 starsNew Deputy Sheriff Brynn Callahan and her scent remains trained dog Wilco have found the remains of a woman in a cave off the Appalachian Trail They performed the same job time and time again when they were in the military in a war zone.The seventeen year old girl s name is Maura Keene and she is a Traveler, as is Brynn Brynn is caught between a rock and a hard place The Travelers believe that some non Traveler must have done the killing, while the town people believe it was a Traveler Tempers flare and Brynn is caught in the middle Some of her fellow police officers don t like her, whether it is because she is a woman, a Traveler or a former Marine is unclear The investigation begins A person is arrested Another person is murdered What is going on Who is killing the girls And why Brynn gets a major blow and Wilco becomes a hero The murderer of the young women comes as a surprise at least to me The reason is a very sad one And the final outcome is very sad This is a well written book The plotting is a little loose here and there, but pulls itself together at the major points I don t know if I like Brynn or not She seems a little inconsistent in her behavior Although I m very sure that I would be too if I had gone through all that Brynn has gone through There was sufficient background information given about the key players so as to flesh them out, but not so much that it intruded on the story line I definitely like Wilco, however The little town seems like a hotbed of trouble I want to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books Kensington for forwarding to me a copy of this good book for me to read, enjoy and review

  8. says:

    I really like this series The first book Splintered Silence was one of my favorite 2018 reads So I was really eager to read this book when it was published Many reviewers have written synopsis of the plot so I am going to write what I like about the book First of all, Wilco is Brynn s human remains discovery dog who returned with Brynn from a war zone after being wounded like Brynn was from a IED He has 3 legs, is deaf and suffers from PTSD He is Brynn s best friend which she desperately I really like this series The first book Splintered Silence was one of my favorite 2018 reads So I was really eager to read this book when it was published Many reviewers have written synopsis of the plot so I am going to write what I like about the book First of all, Wilco is Brynn s human remains discovery dog who returned with Brynn from a war zone after being wounded like Brynn was from a IED He has 3 legs, is deaf and suffers from PTSD He is Brynn s best friend which she desperately needs and watches over her Brynn is a interesting character She is caught between two worlds She grew up in Bone Gap and is a Pavee which is a group of Irish Travellers She has joined the police department which is not trusted by the Pavee community She fights her demons of addictions and loneliness I do like Sheriff Pussar too who is Brynn s boss She certainly tries his patience but it seems he has perhaps a small soft spot for her as he doesn t give up on her The information about the Pavee beliefs and life style is very interesting If you like books, that surprise you and you don t quite know where the author is heading with the plot, you should enjoy this book The reason for 4 stars instead of 5 stars, is due to what I thought was a somewhat unrealistic ending I can t explain this with any detail as I don t want to provide any spoilers except to say a lot was being uncovered I can see where the next book is probably going Will I be as eager to read this book as I was this this book You bet

  9. says:

    I have not read, the first book but was able to understand the story without problems It was easy to read and the description of the events are outstanding in detail , ex Marine Brynn Callahan and her dog Wilco who is trained to find human bodies have returned to Bone Cap, Tennessee Both have PTSD Bryan uses liquor and pills to allow her to live It doesn t take much for her to be back in the war She is now working with the county s sheriff I enjoyed learning about the Travelers aka gypsie I have not read, the first book but was able to understand the story without problems It was easy to read and the description of the events are outstanding in detail , ex Marine Brynn Callahan and her dog Wilco who is trained to find human bodies have returned to Bone Cap, Tennessee Both have PTSD Bryan uses liquor and pills to allow her to live It doesn t take much for her to be back in the war She is now working with the county s sheriff I enjoyed learning about the Travelers aka gypsies.In the second book in the Bone Cap series, Brynn and Wilco are called to a cave as a hunter has reported a dead person and bones While searching the area for clues and any missing girl Wilco finds another set of bones Bryan feels she knows to who the bones belong I was turning the pages as fast as I could as the twists the tale was taken held my attention Bryan manages to alienate the Travelers, the sheriff and the town with her actions Will she succeed in bringing peace to her troubled soul I highly recommend this book to mature readersDisclosure Many thanks to NetGalley and Kensington Books for a review copy The opinions expressed are my own

  10. says:

    The second story in the Bone Gap Travlers series, Fractured Truth, is by far the best of the two in my opinion That s saying a lot considering I absolutely loved the first story We meet up with Brynn and Wilco for another non stop, edge of your seat journey Surprises that I never saw coming, all led to late night reading and an intense story that I never wanted to end, but needed to know what happened Once again the characters are amazingly written, the story easy to follow, and it all flowed The second story in the Bone Gap Travlers series, Fractured Truth, is by far the best of the two in my opinion That s saying a lot considering I absolutely loved the first story We meet up with Brynn and Wilco for another non stop, edge of your seat journey Surprises that I never saw coming, all led to late night reading and an intense story that I never wanted to end, but needed to know what happened Once again the characters are amazingly written, the story easy to follow, and it all flowed nicely in comparison with the first story Absolutely 5 star read, that comes highly recommended

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