Monday, January 7, 2013

Review: 206 Bones by Kathy Reichs

Temperance Brennan wakes in pain and in a dark tomb. She has been left for dead and can't remember anything about how she found herself in this situation. While trying to break free and awaken her memories, we get to begin the story from the beginning...

Brennan is being threatened, her work questioned and four bodies of elderly women to examine and determine how they died. With the help of Ryan and an old childhood friend, Brennan searches for answers. And we discover how she came to buried alive and by whom.

Aww, much more to what I expect of a Reichs' book. Good mystery, good science, interesting plot and many possible bad guys. I couldn't put it down.

Source: BookMooch

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