Wisdom of the Bones by Christopher Hyde

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Christopher Hyde takes us to Dallas in November of 1963, where Homicide Detective Ray Duval is about to collide with history. The President's assassination has sent shockwaves of panic throughout the city. And with six months left to live, Duvall is trying to save one last life before he loses his own.

About Christopher Hyde

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Christopher Hyde has written more than a dozen works of fiction and nonfiction, published in twenty-two countries in thirteen languages. Born in Ottawa, Ontario, he now lives in Point Roberts, Washington, with his wife and two children.
Published February 4, 2003 by Onyx. 416 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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With one week left on the job and a determination to find the deranged killer, Ray digs into the past to solve the present-day murders of a 12-year-old black girl and an antiques dealer, both mutilated and dumped at the local junkyard within days of each other.

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Through the rest of the book Duval battles indifference, racial attitudes, the shooting of the president and his own dwindling strength in a last attempt to find a monstrous killer and save one life before the end of his own.

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When two more black children disappear in Dallas, Ray is sure that the deaths are all linked together and he intends to solve the case before dying.

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