Bone Deep

Bone Deep

by Randy Wayne White
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Bone Deep 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
Keara More than 1 year ago
I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised by this book. When it was one of the books I requested I thought, hmmm, it might be ok but when I actually received and read the book I found myself not doing other things just to read this book. It was a bit slow on the start but I've learned not to give up on a book just because of that. I found the characters interesting and someone you could relate to. I also enjoyed how Mr. White incorporated the knowledge about prehistoric times and relics from different cultures and times without boring you or using language that the average reader wouldn't be able to relate to. I definitely want to read the rest of this series!
silencedogoodreturns More than 1 year ago
A fun read that Doc Ford's fans will enjoy. Having started to read Randy Wayne White's series from the beginning recently, however, I can't help but note that his latest novels are no where near as deep, thoughtful or philosophical as his earlier ones. Some may prefer that, but I hope he just isn't putting out pap because his contract forces him to dump out of book every year. Still good, but not great, as in the past.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
DOC FORD DELIVERS! Randy Wayne White delivers in his newest DOC FORD thriller BONE DEEP!   My favorite characters Dr. Marion Ford and his buddy Tomlinson want to help a Crow Indian friend find stollen artifacts from a tribe in Montana that are believed to be somewhere in Florida. The search takes Ford and Tomlinson into Central Florida's BONE VALLEY where they discover an interwoven subculture of black marketers and a billion dollar phosphate industry. White has done a masterful job of exposing a dark, greedy, dangerous business in a captivating story that includes a cast of new characters. A deformed motorcycle maniac bad guy, a wealthy old Florida family, beautiful conniving women, and elephants! A part of Central Florida history and typography is revealed in a whole new way. Doc Ford's home base at Dinkin's Bay Marina and his eclectic mix of friends are a grounding aspect to the series and balances the dangerous action with the seemingly saftey of home. White's BONE DEEP is a terrific new crime/thriller!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've read every RWW book and this was way off the mark. Characters hardly developed and a weak storyline, not to mention almost no action by Doc Ford. His relationship with Hannah got really weird too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read quite a few of Randy Wayne White's books and this one just didn't measure up.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For Doc Ford fans, this is one of the better, and more believable recent reads. I had a hard time putting it down. The plot, peripheral characters and setting was much more believable than several of the recent Doc Ford offerings. I hope this is the start of a new trend.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
ONE OF THE BEST.   When a Crow Indian acquaintance of Tomlinson’s asks him to help recover a relic stolen from his tribe, Doc Ford is happy to tag along—but neither Doc nor Tomlinson realize what they’ve let themselves in for. 
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Andrew_of_Dunedin More than 1 year ago
This was a typical Doc Ford novel. Doc is drawn into someone else’s problem – in this case, a Native American from Montana who is searching for tribal relics that were sold in Florida. (Personally, I prefer the novels where he is assisting a friend, rather than suddenly jumping to the aid of a total stranger.) We dig into the fossil trade in the state of Florida, as well as a little discussion of the phosphate industry – having worked in that business for a short time many years ago, , I realize how the two seemingly unrelated things are linked – and, surprisingly, captive elephants and the circus. This provides a typically well-paced story, with some mystery and some action, as well as a little interpersonal drama. It also includes one of my pet peeves with Randy Wayne White’s writing – the constant referral to a nameless someone by a droningly repetitive moniker. In this case, Doc was chased by “my adversaries” – would you PLEASE consider using an online thesaurus, Mr. White?? Overall, a good book. RATING: 4 stars. DISCLOSURE: I was awarded a free copy of this book in a random draw. No requirement of a review was made, let alone any conditions on the tone / content of a review, however, it was suggested that “an honest review would be appropriate” upon winning.
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Am being generous at 3 stars , lacked action in more ways than one. Was glad to get it over with...
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Zebulon More than 1 year ago
I have read many Doc Ford series books and this was very disappointing. Maybe it's time to write about something totally different Randy. I won't be following Doc any more.
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As big a fan as I am of Randy Wayne White the stories have been getting more and more predictable.
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Walks closer looking her up and down (my bios ay 'fu.ck coub' res 5)