These Savage Bones

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These Savage Bones

These Savage Bones Mexico Twenty three year old Esperanza de la Rosa knows about steam engines and electromagnetics than a proper lady should Fiercely independent she s interested in science and superstition than

  • Title: These Savage Bones
  • Author: Kaitlin Hillerich
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Mexico, 1875 Twenty three year old Esperanza de la Rosa knows about steam engines and electromagnetics than a proper lady should Fiercely independent, she s interested in science and superstition than finding a suitable husband When Esperanza s uncle is murdered during the Day of the Dead, her world is shaken To catch the killer, she must accept the help of tMexico, 1875 Twenty three year old Esperanza de la Rosa knows about steam engines and electromagnetics than a proper lady should Fiercely independent, she s interested in science and superstition than finding a suitable husband When Esperanza s uncle is murdered during the Day of the Dead, her world is shaken To catch the killer, she must accept the help of the last person she wants to see her ex fianc Alejandro Valladares, a gentleman turned bounty hunter with a troubled past Thrust into a tangled web of secrets and lies that threaten to destroy everything she thought she knew, Esperanza must uncover the truth in order to bring her uncle s murderer to justice or her failure will haunt her forever THESE SAVAGE BONES is a Young Adult novella.

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    1. Kristen Kieffer on said:

      * 4.5 / 5 stars *If you love fast-paced, feel-good stories with a lot of suspense, unique settings, and a dash of romance, you are going to absolutely adore this debut novella from Kaitlin Hillerich.I was lucky enough to serve as a beta-reader for Kaitlin, and I was blown away by how fun and thrilling this story was–not to mention the incredible setting. You get a well-developed peak into 19th century Mexico without the world-building ever overwhelming the story. Rather, it adds to it, buildin [...]

    2. Meredith on said:

      A bit melodramatic. So many comma splices in the dialogue, and the confession speeches were unrealistic. And for being so clever, Esperanza was pretty stupid in the part where she confronted her father near the end.Yet I love the setting, and the characters were well written. The mystery is actually easy for me to follow (unlike a lot of plots involving deception). Overall, a compelling story, especially considering that short fiction like this has to do all things a novel does--get the reader t [...]

    3. Abby on said:

      Death Comes to Pemberley Morelia! I really enjoyed this short story, the imagery was fantastic and the plot was really fast paced and wrapped up nicely. I definitely want to read more by this author!!

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