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by Mark Nykanen

Author: Mark Nykanen
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Language: English
Publisher: Hachette Books; 1 edition (February 11, 2004)
Pages: 336 pages
Category: Suspense and Mystery
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: lrf doc lit mbr

The Bone Parade' is a great serial-killer thriller, but definitely bloodier and more descriptive than the average thriller, leaving itself a lovely red notch in the horror genre

The Bone Parade' is a great serial-killer thriller, but definitely bloodier and more descriptive than the average thriller, leaving itself a lovely red notch in the horror genre. I found Mark Nykanen's prose to be more stilted than it was in his previous novel, 'Hush', which works well for the psychopathic Stassler but not so well with Lauren or Kerry. This tendency of Nykanen's had me skipping pretty quickly through the third-person telling of Lauren and Kerry, rushing to the first-person POV chapters of Stassler.

The Bone Parade' is a great serial-killer thriller, but definitely bloodier and more descriptive than the average thriller . Overall, I really enjoyed 'The Bone Parade' and didn't feel much need to compare Nykanen's work with Harris's

The Bone Parade' is a great serial-killer thriller, but definitely bloodier and more descriptive than the average thriller, leaving itself a lovely red notch in the horror genre. Overall, I really enjoyed 'The Bone Parade' and didn't feel much need to compare Nykanen's work with Harris's. Stassler is as psychotic as you could ask a villain to be, and his methods of madness are graphically portrayed and uniquely frightful.

The Bone Parade introduces a villain who is as methodical, calculating, and detached . I was on the edge of my seat for the last 1/3 of the book. Mark Nykanen won four Emmys and an Edgar Award in his last four years at NBC News, where he worked as an on-camera investigative reporter.

The Bone Parade introduces a villain who is as methodical, calculating, and detached as any found in the best fiction. Nykanen has been an award-winning radio news director and talk show host at KDKB Radio in Phoenix, as well as a public television reporter and news anchor in Arizona. He lives in the Pacific Northwest. Библиографические данные.

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The Bone Parade book. Ashley Stassler is not your average artist. This was the creepiest book that I have ever read. Mark Nykanen has a very sick imagination. I always look forward to reading one of his books

The Bone Parade book. I always look forward to reading one of his books. This was one that I could hardly put down.

It’s been years since I’ve slept this well. It must be the relief I feel over resurrecting Family Planning my dear June, Jolly Roger, and Sonny-boy. that I needn’t lose them at all, that Jolly-Roger’s mishap will lend humanity to my series, a humbleness to undermine the hubris that some of my lesser critics have complained of. Millions of men have lost a limb. It’s only natural that I’m sensitive enough to represent them

shley Stassler is not your average artist

Enter the world of artistic sculpting. Lauren Reed teaches sculpting at Bandering University in Portland OR, using many structural forms including sandstone, duct tape, wire, and bronze. She is visited by Ry Chambers, a handsome journalist writing a book about the top sculptors, who interviews her for his book.

Praise for Mark Nykanen’s The Bone Parade . The Bone Parade is a. rresistible suspense thrille. utstanding is Nykanen’s deep look into modern sculpture, which gives the story its weight, relish and richness.

Parts of the story are told from the perspective of a serial killer, a sculptor whose masterpieces are cast from molds of his victims. Smart and Sca-a-ary! US Weekly’s Hot Book Picks: Thrillers! The Bone Parade is a. utstanding is Nykanen’s deep look into modern sculpture, which gives the story its weight, relish and richness

The Bone Parade introduces a villain who is as methodical, calculating, and detached as any found in the best fiction.

Ashley Stassler is not your average artist. He has been wildly praised for a series of bronze sculptures that group families together, depicting them in moments of excruciating physical and emotional pain--but the art world has no clue as to how he creates such authentic, gruesome, seemingly tortured human representations. He assigns each family a number, and now he's up to number nine. What's in store for family #9? Cruelty and savagery that you can't even imagine . . . The Bone Parade introduces a villain who is as methodical, calculating, and detached as any found in the best fiction. It's gripping. It's chilling. You might be too afraid to read on, but you'll never be able to tear your eyes away.