The Burying Place (Jonathan Stride Series #5)

The Burying Place (Jonathan Stride Series #5)

by Brian Freeman
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The Burying Place (Jonathan Stride Series #5) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 37 reviews.
LeeNV More than 1 year ago
I just got acquainted with this writer, and am so captured. He's a very visual writer, plots are complicated, and this man really ensares you into the story. I just got acquainted with this writer by accident, and am so glad I did. He'll keep you capitivated from the get go, and you will never be sorry you started the book. It will lead you to the rest of his books, which is what happened to me. One book, and I was hooked. Pleasant reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Having read all of Brian's previous books; this was my favorite. I'm somewhat skewed as I'm from Duluth so home turf killing is of course the most fun, but regardless I would have loved it. He gives you enough info. to solve at least part of the plot, but bacause of a personal prejudice I didn't solve it. I love Brian's style and I think the story line is plausible. I've seen books much farther out than this one on the rational scale. It was very hard to put down for me.
Anonymous 17 days ago
Too much of it was like reading a Daniele Steel romance novel and I really don't like romance novels. Also, a woman who tries suicide more than once might not be good enough emotionally to raise a child!!! So, what is so happy about this "happy" ending. But, I will try another novel by Brian.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have to say that while I enjoyed this story, the character of Kasey Kennedy is the dumbest cop, no make that person, that has ever been created. I prayed she would be killed off every time she made an appearance. She can't drive, hold onto her gun, defend herself, run away, call for backup. Totally useless human being.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Terrible. Full of misplaced sympathy for the kidnapper. The father should certainly sue the cops for their irresponsible behavior also. Utterly unprofessional. Also, the whole thing of bringing in Stride and Serena would not have been allowed. This writer knows nothing whatsoever about detective work and the bureaucracy around it.
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JayWilson More than 1 year ago
Excellent Book, but HORRIBLE digital copy, full of typos and spelling errors! I'm finding it hard to believe there was any proof reading done at all on this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was my first time reading a Brian Freeman book and it won't be my last. This story grabbed from the very beginning. As bad as I wanted to know the ending I hated it when it did. Will be looking for more of the people I met in these pages if that is to be. Thank you for a great read Mr. Freeman.
fireboom635 More than 1 year ago
Very good reading, extreme suspense! I enjoyed the suspense and how all the players came together in the end. Wow what an ending, didn't see that one coming.
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This was my first book by Brian Freeman and it will not be my last! I regret that I didn't read the series in order but I look forward to his next Jonathan Stride book! This book will not disappoint!!!
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Once again Brian did NOT disappoint..........this was a page-turner from the get-go; I couldn't put it down!
usmc_brat More than 1 year ago
I was looking for a new author, and stumbled on Brian Freeman by accident. It was a lucky pick. I have since read all of the Jonathan Stride series. If you like a good mystery, and great characters, pick this series up.
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Binker More than 1 year ago
You gotta love that. Worthwhile read!