One steam summer in the suburbs of Detroit, a madman decides to leave the remants of his murder spree along the pathways of the city's family park. Michael Marconi and Daniel Hilton find little evidence linked to the prepetrator. Victims, skinned like cats, have no identity on their brutalized bodies. Cheryl Powers, an energetic, flirtatous reporter with a crush on one of the detectives, convinces the pair she has a lead. The three set out to solve the mystery but not before they have to listen to another lecture from a wiser, more experience citizen. Bone Music is not for the timid but then a hot, steamy summer with a murderer on the loose doesn't make anyone sleep well either.