Wednesday, October 21, 2009

206 Bones

206 Bones
by Kathy Reichs

Forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan (who, in the novels, is nothing like the character on the TV show "Bones") is accused by a wealthy Chicago family of botching an autopsy. After defending herself against this charge, she goes back to work in Montreal, where other inexplicable mistakes begin happening with other cases she is working. Temperance's on again/off again romance with Detective Ryan is off again. She begins to doubt herself and her forensic abilities in the midst of an investigation into the horrific murders of four older women in Quebec. Is she losing it or is she being betrayed by someone close to her? I thought this a worthy addition to the series.

- Linda

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