It wasn't until thirty years after the attacks, and the lies, and the intricately orchestrated death, that Jo Grant Munro could bring herself to describe it all in Behind The Bonehouse. Her work as an architect, and the broodmare farm she ran with her uncle, and her husband Alan's entire future - all hung by a thread in 1964 in the complex Thoroughbred culture of bluegrass Kentucky, where rumor and gossip and the nightly news can destroy a person overnight, just like anywhere else. It was hatred in a self-obsessed soul, fermenting in an equine lab, boiling over and burning what it touched, that drove Jo and Alan to the edge of desperation while they fought through what they faced.
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I usually read cozy mysteries and this one isn't a cozy but it is a very intriguing mystery. I couldn't sleep last night until I finished reading it in the wee hours of the morning. It is very well written. It reminds me a bit of some of John Grisham's books. One character is quite diabolical. In a way, that made me cringe from wanting to read the book but I had to know how things turned out. I can see this being made into a move. I do recommend this book, it was very interesting. I won a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.