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Flesh and Bones (Definitions) by Alan Durant

Flesh and Bones (Definitions)

by Alan Durant

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From the ruins of an ancient abbey, archaeologists unearth the skull of a young monk. Using the latest technology, Liam’s Dad attempts to recreate the young man’s likeness. But as his Dad works, Liam looks into the cavities where eyes had once been and hears a voice calling across the centuries — “Foul deeds. Murder. Black Arts.” Who was this young monk and how did he die?

Liam finds himself drawn into a centuries-old mystery that will force him and his father to confront their own recent loss.

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From the ruins of an ancient abbey, British archaeologists unearth the skull of a young monk. Liam's dad must attempt to put the flesh back on the bone and give life back to the skull. What did the young man look like? But as his dad works, Liam finds himself submitting to an irresistible force.… (more)

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