Book Review: Path of Bones
Path of Bones was written by L. T. Ryan and K. M. Rought and published by Liquid Mind Media in 2020. You can purchase it on Amazon/Kindle and you can visit the authors on Amazon and on social media.
L. T. Ryan is a best-selling author of several novels. This, in my opinion, isn't one of his best, but it's still worth the read.
Cassie Quinn has never been overjoyed with having the ability to see and to communicate with the dead. A little boy appears in the corner of her bedroom almost every night, but he makes no effort to talk to her. He just stares. Cassie just rolls over and tries to go to sleep. For the most part her abilities seem to be wavering and sometimes they aren't even there anymore. This eases Cassie's burdens, but it also makes her uncomfortable in knowing that the spirits are still there and needing some kind of help but aren't reaching out to her anymore. This all changes when several young girls are murdered in her community and one of them appears before her with a message. Cassie seeks out the meaning of the girl's message and reluctantly involves herself with local law enforcement to help and solve the crimes of these brutal serial killings. Someone is slashing necks and cutting out the hearts of the victims. Cassie Quinn puts herself in danger in her quest to serve justice to the dead girls. There are similar books on the market such as this one, and I always find enjoyment and interest when the paranormal meets police work. It was a good read and my interest held throughout, but it was never to the degree of "needing" for me to get back into the story. It's a fairly predictable tale with no surprise twists in the plot but I would consider reading more in this series. L.T. Ryan and K. M. Rought team up to produce a decent paranormal police adventure that will please most who have read Ghost Whisperer and Medium. L. T. Ryan is a best-selling author of several novels. This, in my opinion, isn't one of his best, but it's still worth the read.
I give Path of Bones 3 out of 5 stars.