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The Bone Jar (Detective Lew Kirby, #1) Two Murders An Abandoned Asylum Will A Mysterious Former Patient Help Untangle The Dark Truth The Body Of An Elderly Woman Has Been Found In The Bowels Of A Derelict Asylum On The Banks Of The Thames As Detective Lew Kirby And His Partner Begin Their Investigation, Another Body Is Discovered In The River Nearby How Are The Two Murders Connected Before Long, The Secrets Of Blackwater Asylum Begin To Reveal Themselves There Are Rumours About Underground Bunkers And Secret Rooms, Unspeakable Psychological Experimentation, And A Dark Force That Haunts The Ruins, Trying To Pull Back In All Those Who Attempt To Escape Urban Explorer Connie Darke, Whose Sister Died In A Freak Accident At The Asylum, Is Determined To Help Lew Expose Its Grisly Past Meanwhile Lew Discovers A Devastating Family Secret That Threatens To Turn His Life Upside DownAs His World Crumbles Around Him, Lew Must Put The Pieces Of The Puzzle Together To Keep The Killer From Striking Again Only An Eccentric Former Patient Really Knows The Truth But Will He Reveal It To Lew Before It S Too Late


About the Author: S.W. Kane

S W Kane has a degree in History of Design and worked at the Royal Institute of British Architects before taking on a series of totally unrelated jobs in radio and the music industry She has an MA in Creative Crime Writing from City University She began reading crime fiction at an early age and developed an obsession with crime set in cold places A chance encounter with a derelict fort in rur



10 thoughts on “The Bone Jar (Detective Lew Kirby, #1)

  1. says:

    This book rocked I loved it As I write this review, I m already plotting how to put in my request to ensure Connie and Raymond both make it back to the next book in the series.The Bone Jar mystery begins when the security guard of an old, dilapidated asylum discovers an elderly lady dead in one of the rooms Soon DI Lew Kirby and his partner Pete Anderson are called to the scene to investigate What they discover is the building is due f


  2. says:

    I picked The Bone Jar as my free prime first reads choice for June and I enjoyed it a lot I appreciate crime fiction where I can clearly picture the places described and the eerie threatening presence of the old Victorian asylum at the heart of this novel felt very real and very well described In my student days, I had a friend in a dodgy part of London that was very close to a now closed and even then rather dilapidated Victorian hospital a


  3. says:

    The Bone Jar is the debut from new author S.W Kane and is an intriguing start to hopefully a new series.Starring 2 protagonists, rather than focusing on the Detective, this book introduces the kinda cool detective Lew Kirby and urban explorer new to me Connie Darke.When an elderly woman is found dead in an abandoned asylum, Kirby and likeable partner Pete Anderson investigate and find Connie Darke is inexplicably linked to the derelict site.With a p


  4. says:

    I am leery of Detective novels series especially, but this stood alone while the characters were well done, Detective Kirby did not steal the show to the point of overshadowing the story.There is nothing engaging than reading an author that writes what they know, architecture urban exploration are fascinating This story had a great setting The plot was well developed, intricate, well paced, with interest until the very end The author s skill with humor ca


  5. says:

    The Bone Jar by S.W KaneI am always very excited to get the first book in a series This was my Prime read for June, so doubly excited to get it for free And I totally loved it For a bit, in the beginning, there are so many characters that it became confusing Turns outthere was than one mystery wrapped up in this investigation, so the spider wove a very large web An HEA ending, of sorts, the kind where the tragedies are all accounted for, but still no less tragi


  6. says:

    I really enjoyed this read I liked the characters and the mystery creepy former asylums tend to be pretty evocative There are twists to this as with most mysteries, but I was happy to find they didn t feel forced or convoluted.I m starting to come to the conclusion that I like UK and Irish mysteries better than US mysteries I ll keep my eye out for the next in this series.


  7. says:

    Pretty goodI enjoyed this book although it isn t a real page turner Just a pleasant murder mystery Would read another book by this author.


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