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Bare Bones

The Templar, Book 3
Narrated by: Elizabeth Phillips
Series: The Templar, Book 3
Length: 8 hrs and 18 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (79 ratings)

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Skinned bodies are turning up in broom closets and garages, but when these bodies are identified, the "victims" are found to be very much alive. Was there a mistake at the morgue? Is the murderer a serial killer with a gruesome fixation on taxidermy?

Human killers aren't the responsibility of the Templars, even non-knight ones, but when a vampire is found dead and skinned north of the city, Aria suspects the killers aren't human. She'll need all of her friends - both alive and dead - to help catch these killers before they strike again.

©2016 Debra Dunbar (P)2016 Debra Dunbar

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Fascinating protagonists for the Templar to go up against.

Very unusual species Alia has to deal with. Working with a Baltimore cop they track down three teenage runaway who are causing problems. Well written.

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  • joanne brown
  • Upper marlboro, Maryland United States
  • 03-26-18

another great story by Ms Dunbar

another great story in the Templar series Ms Phillips has a wonderful reading voice. I highly recommended this audio book

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  • Trina H
  • 05-20-18

Great series

The introduction of a supernatural character I have never heard of was interesting. As usual Aria’s relationships especially with Dario add to the story. Bring on the next book.