4 edition of Digging Up the Bones found in the catalog.
July 3, 1998
by McGraw-Hill Professional
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||86|
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Digging Up Bones: Book Two Cloister Witte and his K-9 partner, Bourneville, find the lost and bring them home. But the job doesn’t always end there. Janet Morrow, a young trans woman, lies in a coma after wandering away from her car during a storm.
But just because Cloister found the young tourist doesn’t mean she’s home/5(51). "Digging Up The Bones is one of the most gorgeous and wrenching books I've read in years. In the tradition of Jayne Anne Phillips and Dan Woodrell, Marlowe has given us a cast of unforgettable characters marked by abuse, addiction, and—against all odds—hope/5(5).
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rex, velociraptor bones, and eggs, but I'm never much help since I'm pretty clumsy. (Don Lessem) ×