Only Flesh and Bones PDF/EPUB Ê Only Flesh PDF \

Only Flesh and Bones PDF/EPUB Ê Only Flesh PDF \


Only Flesh and Bones [Reading] ➰ Only Flesh and Bones ➸ Sarah Andrews – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Still recuperating from her father s death and her mother s recovery from alcohol addiction, geologist and amateur sleuth Emily Em Hansen is out of work and unhappily whiling away her time on her fami Still recuperating from her father s death and her mother s recovery from alcohol addiction, geologist and amateur sleuth Emily Em Hansen is out of work and unhappily whiling away her time on her family s Wyoming ranch So when Only Flesh PDF \ her former boss, oil millionaire JC Menken, asks Em for help and offers to find her a job if she does she has no choice but to acceptJC wife Miriam died a mysterious death and his teenaged daughter Cecelia was the only witness But a traumatized Cecelia can t remember anything about the incident, and can t seem to get on with her life JC wants Em to help his daughter get back on track but will he want to hear the shocking truths that Em uncovers about his deceased wife and the real reason for her untimely death.

    Download PDF books a job if she does she has no choice but to acceptJC wife Miriam died a mysterious death and his teenaged daughter Cecelia was the only witness But a traumatized Cecelia can t remember anything about the incident, and can t seem to get on with her life JC wants Em to help his daughter get back on track but will he want to hear the shocking truths that Em uncovers about his deceased wife and the real reason for her untimely death."/>
  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • Only Flesh and Bones
  • Sarah Andrews
  • English
  • 17 September 2019
  • 0312967020

About the Author: Sarah Andrews

Sarah Andrews is a geologist who writes mystery novels about a geologistShe currently lives in northern California and invests her free time on community pursuits and flying, skiing, and sailing with her husband and son Librarian Note There isthan one Only Flesh PDF \ author in the Goodreads database with this name.



10 thoughts on “Only Flesh and Bones

  1. Kate Kate says:

    Still recuperating from her father s death and her mother s recovery from alcohol addiction, geologist and amateur sleuth Emily Em Hansen is out of work and unhappily whiling away her time on her family s Wyoming ranch So when her former boss, oil millionaire J.C Menken, asks Em for help and offers to find her a job if she does she has no choice but to accept J.C s wife Miriam died a mysterious death and his teenaged daughter Cecelia was the only witness But a traumatized Ceceli Still recuperating from her father s death and her mother s recovery from alcohol addiction, geologist and amateur sleuth Emily Em Hansen is out of work and unhappily whiling away her time on her family s Wyoming ranch So when her former boss, oil millionaire J.C Menken, asks Em for help and offers to find her a job if she does she has no choice but to accept J.C s wife Miriam died a mysterious death and his teenaged daughter Cecelia was the only witness But a traumatized Cecelia can t remember anything about the incident, and can t seem to get on with her life J.C wants Em to help his daughter get back on track but will he want to hear the shocking truths that Em uncovers about his deceased wife and the real reason for her untimely death back coverI didn t enjoy this book as much as I did the preceding three the plot wasconvoluted and parts of the denouement completely baffled me But at least Em was back in Colorado and Wyoming, and happy to be there

  2. Katelyn Bolds Katelyn Bolds says:

    Maybe it was that I started with the forth book in the series because my library didn t have the first, but I was very disappointed with this book Characters are not believable and just highly disappointing and cut short ending.

  3. Lindsay Luke Lindsay Luke says:

    Em Hansen 4 Em is again between jobs as a geologist She s been living with her mother on the ranch and they re both ready for her to return to work Along comes her old boss, JC Mencken, hoping she ll investigate the death of his wife His daughter was present when it happened, but is unable to remember the circumstances Em agrees, on the condition he help her get a geologist job JC introduces Em to some people in his social circle and she gets access to his wife Miriam s journals Miriam Em Hansen 4 Em is again between jobs as a geologist She s been living with her mother on the ranch and they re both ready for her to return to work Along comes her old boss, JC Mencken, hoping she ll investigate the death of his wife His daughter was present when it happened, but is unable to remember the circumstances Em agrees, on the condition he help her get a geologist job JC introduces Em to some people in his social circle and she gets access to his wife Miriam s journals Miriam and some of the others in her circle were involved with a shady guy from their college days, Chandler Hard times have hit the oil patch and one of JC s acquaintances is using his oil business as a cover for drug smuggling Chandler is involved with the drug smuggling and with getting information out of the various wives he s involved with on the side Eventually, with help from Denver PD Detective Ortega, Em gets to the bottom of things.The first 3 4 of the book is good Em rents a plane and flies herself from Denver to Douglas, WY, and then to Jackson Hole The descriptions of her flights are particularly good and poignant because the author, her husband, and her son were killed in a small plane crash in July 2019 Once Em arrives in Jackson, things wrap up perhaps too quickly Em s behavior doesn t make a lot of sense, even for her In the earlier books, the author worked a mystery in to situations she had personally encountered in her geology career I get the feeling that she has no personal knowledge of the drug smuggling subplot in this book, and it shows

  4. Armelle Armelle says:

    Em Hansen, an unemployed oil industry geologist mourning the death of her father, is struggling emotionally Her former boss asks her to help his daughter deal with the violent loss of her mother as Em and the girl were once close.Em somewhat reluctantly agrees, and getsmuchthan she bargained for.This book never came together for me Em s character was so inconsistent, and there were so many peripheral characters that I couldn t keep them straight nor could I figure out why I shou Em Hansen, an unemployed oil industry geologist mourning the death of her father, is struggling emotionally Her former boss asks her to help his daughter deal with the violent loss of her mother as Em and the girl were once close.Em somewhat reluctantly agrees, and getsmuchthan she bargained for.This book never came together for me Em s character was so inconsistent, and there were so many peripheral characters that I couldn t keep them straight nor could I figure out why I should care In the end, I couldn t even understand exactly what happened Did Cecilia mean it, or not All in all, a frustrating reading experience for me

  5. Kristi Kristi says:

    Once I hit my stride in Only Flesh and Bones it was hard for me to stop I wanted to see what Em was going to uncover next and how she was going to get herself in trouble something she never fails to disappoint us with There were elements of this book I found somewhat rare for the genre the crime was around a year old and the focus of the investigation was a dead woman and the only way we got to know her was through journals It was an enjoyable change of pace, but didn t stray too far from Once I hit my stride in Only Flesh and Bones it was hard for me to stop I wanted to see what Em was going to uncover next and how she was going to get herself in trouble something she never fails to disappoint us with There were elements of this book I found somewhat rare for the genre the crime was around a year old and the focus of the investigation was a dead woman and the only way we got to know her was through journals It was an enjoyable change of pace, but didn t stray too far from what I expected.Generally I really like letting some time pass between reading books in a series I find most of the time it allows me to enjoy the storyfully because I m not too in tune with an author s quirks There are times when I curse waiting though because sometimes series fall by the wayside as I get distracted bynew series This is rarely due to a lack in series quality Such has been the case for the Em Hansen series by Sarah Andrews It was hastened by the fact that my local library had a hole in their collection and did not have book 4 on the shelves so I had to do an interlibrary loan to get my hands on it While I often hesitate to ILL a fiction book I am glad I did.It was very enjoyable to be reminded how Em is a non traditional amateur sleuth She is a geologist by training and a good bit of her experience This background of scientific analysis and training influences her detecting greatly Being a scientist by training myself I really enjoy how well Andrews has nailed most of the women scientist engineers I know in her development of Em She slips into my mind like a good friend from college, no matter how much time has passed I will confess that it took me a bit to get sucked into this book, though I think that was mostly because I couldn t readily recall everything that had gone down in the third book.I very much enjoyed this read and will do my best to not let so much time lapse before I dive into book 5

  6. Rita Gorra Rita Gorra says:

    The first one I read, Bone Hunter had promise Then I started reading them in order After this one I give up There is little direction to the stories or to Em s life She doesn t know what she wants, the plot meanders and she goes through men with no real feeling I do find her somewhat charming, but with no direction, no real feeling towards characters, I can t find myself caring what happens I wanted to like this series, but I can t Not everyone needs to be Sherlock Holmes, but she seems The first one I read, Bone Hunter had promise Then I started reading them in order After this one I give up There is little direction to the stories or to Em s life She doesn t know what she wants, the plot meanders and she goes through men with no real feeling I do find her somewhat charming, but with no direction, no real feeling towards characters, I can t find myself caring what happens I wanted to like this series, but I can t Not everyone needs to be Sherlock Holmes, but she seems to stumble on clues, gets angry for no apparent reason and I can t follow her thinking Sorry, I am done

  7. Galen Johnson Galen Johnson says:

    Em Hansen is asked by her former boss, Josiah Carberry Menken, to solve the mystery of his wife s death while visiting a Wyoming ranch Em, still distressed over her father s death, takes the job and immerses herself in the politics of Menken s oil dealings in Denver and the circumstances that drove his wife to the ranch.Not very readable interesting plot and settings, but the writing fails to flow Characters are a bit too forced.QUESTION Was the name Josiah Carberry random, or does the author Em Hansen is asked by her former boss, Josiah Carberry Menken, to solve the mystery of his wife s death while visiting a Wyoming ranch Em, still distressed over her father s death, takes the job and immerses herself in the politics of Menken s oil dealings in Denver and the circumstances that drove his wife to the ranch.Not very readable interesting plot and settings, but the writing fails to flow Characters are a bit too forced.QUESTION Was the name Josiah Carberry random, or does the author have some tie to Brown University

  8. Debbie Debbie says:

    This book is mindless, but an alright story It was somewhatinteresting to me as it s set in the Denver area and lots of local landmarks are scattered though the story This touts itself as a mystery, but it s not all that mysterious It gets trite at times, but if you re looking for escapist, I don t want to think about it fiction this fits the bill

  9. Carol White Carol White says:

    Not my favorite of the Em series Focused on her personal lifethan her career skills I like to feel that I m a little smarter from having read one of Andrews novels easy way to learn a bit o geology , but this one just felt like a eh, story.

  10. Jess Jess says:

    If I could do 3 1 2 stars I would It definitely reads better than her last book but the outcome is way too predictable Also, what s up with her turning into jelly and trying to get with a really weird bad guy On second thought, it only deserves 3 stars flat.

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