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Stone BruisesIlde die ihn so hingebungsvoll pflegt Aber deren verführerische kleine Schwester ist völlig unberechenbar ebenso wie der tyrannische Arnaud Irgendetwas stimmt hier ganz und gar nicht und Sean will es herausfinden Doch die Arnauds haben ihre Geheimnisse und der Alte setzt alles daran dass sie niemals ans Licht komm No SpoilersI have read all of Simon Beckett's books so just got this as a matter of courseI wouldn't have got it from just reading the blurb on the back cover should there be one on a KindleNot sure that anything really happens of note until the end but somehow this book is a page turner It kept me captivated and putting off bedtime to keep reading I think it's the way Beckett writes that makes it so hypnotic

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Stone Bruises Reader ´ 464 pages Download ☆ Johnscyclingdiary Õ [Ebook] ➤ Stone Bruises ➪ Simon Beckett – Ein abgelegener heruntergekommener Hof in Südfrankreich Es ist brütend heiß Fliegen umschwirren die grunzenden halbwilden Schweine die im Dreck nach FutEin abgelegener heruntergekommener Hof in Südfrankreich Es ist brütend heiß Fliegen umschwirren die grunzenden halbwilden Schweine die im Dreck nach Futter stöbern In der baufälligen Scheune liegt der junge Engländer Sean mit einem zerfetzten Fuß Auf der Flucht vor der Polizei ist er in eine rostige Eisenfall Do you ever read a book and think this would make a great movie? This is such a book It has great characters and setting and tension with the right actors it would be a winnerStone Bruises is a stand alone thriller that starts with the main character Sean abandoning his bloodstained car and taking to the woods Set in France mid summer Sean soon is in trouble when his foot is caught in a trap Rescued by the farms owners and hidden away in an attic it is soon apparent that the family that have taken him in are anything but normal Written in two time seuences we follow Sean as he recovers from his injury and also in the events that have lead up to him being in his car in the first place starting in LondonI don't want to give any of the plot away except to sayread it

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E getreten aufgestellt von Arnaud dem Besitzer des Hofs einem Eigenbrötler der keine Fremden auf seinem Besitz duldet Sean darf dennoch bleiben wenn er mithilft die maroden alten Wände neu zu mauern Er nimmt das Angebot an denn eine Rückkehr nach England kann er nicht riskieren und auch wegen Arnauds Tochter Math This is a crime thriller with a big difference the reader doesn’t know what crime has been committed All the reader knows is that when we meet Sean he is hiding his battered and blood stained car in France one hot summer day He leaves the car picks up his rucksack and walks into the unknown Here is a man without a plan but it is apparent he is hiding and determined to stay hidden Told expertly and consistently in the first person this is a subtle story of a mystery man on the run Sean ends up at a farm house where things only take a turn for the worse The claustrophobic feel intensifies as he appears to have been trapped on a farm inhabited by a Monsieur Arnaud his two daughters Mathilde and Gretchen and his grandson little Michele The only contact Sean has with the outside world is Georges the old man who looks after the sanglochons a rare breed of pig The reader is treated to snapshots of Sean’s background from the interjections of life in London A life that included Chloe an artist and joy The contrast of these short excerpts to the claustrophobic atmosphere in the baking heat in France couldn’t be dramatic Be warned though Beckett makes the reader wait a long time to connect the links between the past and the presentDespite not knowing what Sean was running from I instantly felt sympathy for him I wanted for the unpredictable Monsieur Arnaud to ignore him at the same time as trying to work out the cause of the complex tensions in the household one that was closed to everyone outside the family It was clear that the Arnaud’s were hiding from something or someone tooThis understated book has an underlying thread of violence running through it which serves to build the tension before the inevitable catastrophe which changes everything forever I received a free copy of this book to be published by Random House UK on 30 January in return for my honest review