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Review

The Bone Hunger

(Benjamin Oris #2)

by Carrie Rubin

Release date: August 11th, 2020

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I received a complimentary ARC copy of The Bone Hunger (Benjamin Oris, Book 2) by Carrie Rubin from NetGalley and Indigo Dot Press in order to read and give an honest review.

…in this brilliantly executed, clever, page turning psychological medical thriller…

Having read and reviewed the Authorโ€™s first book Bone Curse I was thrilled to get to read and review her second entry in the Dr. Benjamin Oris seriesI am pleased to say Bone Hunger definitely did not disappoint. This is an excellent follow up but is also a perfect stand alone. 

The Bone Hunger takes place three years after the horrifying events which occurred in the Bone Curse. Ben Otis has worked hard to get his professional life back on track. Working as a second year orthopedic surgical resident who is brought in to be part of a tightly knit surgical team run by the prestigious Dr. Lock. The team endured a horrific trauma and although the odd man out Ben is earning the respect of Dr. Lock and his colleagues. When a patient dies post op Ben is upset, but events take a gruesome turn. While out jogging with his family they find a severed leg with the implant Ben himself put in which Ben recognizes as his deceased patientโ€™s lying in the morgue. When another patient goes missing and their amputated limb is found this time harvested from a once living patient Benโ€™s past reputation puts him on the detectiveโ€™s radar. Without giving away too much this book takes surprising twists and turns when the body count goes upWhen an old friend, Laurette, introduces Ben to a well-respected forensic psychologist the race is on to catch the killer, clear Benโ€™s name and save his loved ones. 

Being a physician, author Carrie Rubin gives you the goods in this brilliantly executed, clever, page turning psychological medical thrillerCannot wait to read the next in the series. I thoroughly enjoyed it and would highly recommend! 

 

 

 

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