With an opening scene reminding me of the one in Iron Man, BoneMan’s Daughters takes you for a trip that won’t free you until you read the final sentence.
Ryan Evans is a military intelligence officer stationed in Iraq. After being kidnapped, tortured and escaping, Evans returns home seeking to redeem himself to his estranged wife and daughter. But he isn’t welcomed warmly.
There’s a serial killer, called BoneMan, on the loose and he’s looking for the perfect daughter. If she doesn’t measure up, he breaks her bones without breaking her skin. And his latest victim is Bethany, Evans’ daughter.
Evans, seeking family redemption, launches his own rescue operation to win his daughter’s life and love. But the FBI has evidence linking Ryan Evans as the BoneMan.
Meet Ryan Evans: a father who will do anything to save his daughter…or is he?
Ted Dekker’s latest adventure reminded me of Dean Koontz’s The Husband. In both stories, you have a man going to great lengths to rescue a female family member. However, in BoneMan’s Daughters the rescuer may just be the killer.
As is the case with all Dekker novels, this book will keep you turning the pages well into late-night hours as you try to solve the case by turning with each new twist.
BoneMan’s Daughters will keep you thinking and asking questions well after you’ve finished the book. With twenty-three novels under his name, Ted Dekker is the master of storytellers.