The Bones of You by Debbie Howells - what our bloggers thought
Whether we're finding out who ate the last chocolate bar or who hid the remote control, we've all fancied ourselves as private detectives, haven't we? In The Bones of You, the disappearance of eighteen-year-old Rosie Anderson captures the attention of Kate, who becomes obsessed with finding out who snatched the teenager from their village idyll.
Rosie was beautiful, kind and gentle. She came from a loving family and she had her whole life ahead of her. Who could possibly want to harm her? And why?
Kate is convinced the police are missing something, and she's certain that someone in the village knows more than they're letting on. As the investigation deepens, so does Kate's obsession with solving the mystery of what happened to Rosie.
From Midsomer Murder lovers to Agatha Christie aficionados, ten bloggers share their thoughts on this pastoral whodunnit, and you can too - just add your posts to our linky below.