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Bare Bones (Temperance Brennan, #6) My mother in law gave me this book at the beach because she knows of my interest in forensics, but, also, because Kathy Reichs attended UNCC and she teaches there The story was good, but, I do not enjoy Kathy Reich s writing style She uses improper grammar, incomplete sentences, seemingly random punctuation at times, overuses metaphor, and is sometimes hard to follow Clearly, her style has not hindered her popularity I had forgotten exactly what it was about this book I didn t like, and, I My mother in law gave me this book at the beach because she knows of my interest in forensics, but, also, because Kathy Reichs attended UNCC and she teaches there The story was good, but, I do not enjoy Kathy Reich s Bare Bones is the sixth novel in the Tempe Brennan series, and as such builds upon previous characters, past events, and past plots, but heyif the formula works, don t mess with it Brennan, like author Kathy Reichs, is a forensic anthropologist who works between North Carolina and the province of Qu bec identifying causes of death and IDs remains too badly mangled or maimed for local experts including the occasional animal.In Bare Bones we find Tempe back from her expedition in Guatema Bare Bones is the sixth novel in the Tempe Brennan series, and as such builds upon previous characters, past events, and past plots, but heyif the formula works, don t mess with it Brennan, like author Kathy Reichs, is a forensic anthropologist who works between North Carolina and the province of Qu bec identifying causes of death and IDs remains too badly mangled or maimed for local experts including the occasional animal.In Bare B It S A Summer Of Sizzling Heat In Charlotte Where Dr Temperance Brennan, Forensic Anthropologist For The North Carolina Medical Examiner, Looks Forward To Her First Vacation In Years A Romantic Vacation She S Almost Out The Door When The Bones Start Appearing A Newborn S Charred Remains Turn Up In A Woodstove A Small Plane Crashes In A North Carolina Cornfield On A Sunny Afternoon Both Pilot And Passenger Are Burned Beyond Recognition And What Is The Mysterious Black Substance Covering The Bodies Most Puzzling Of All Are The Bones Discovered At A Remote Farm Outside Charlotte The Remains Seem To Be Of Animal Origin, But Tempe Is Shocked When She Gets Them To Her Lab With Help From A Special Detective Friend, Tempe Must Investigate A Poignant And Terrifying Case That Comes At The Worst Possible Moment Daughter Katy Has A New Boyfriend Who Tempe Fears May Have Something To Hide And Important Personal Decisions Face Tempe Is It Time For Emotional Commitment Will She Have The Chance To Find Out Everything Must Wait On The Bones Why Are The X Rays And DNA So Perplexing Who Is Trying To Keep Tempe From The Answers Someone Is Following Her And Katy That Someone Must Be Stopped Before It S Too Late. Reviewed first at Brunner s BookshelfIn the past I have loved Kathy Reichs s books and I am still a big fan of the show based on her books Bones My Undergrad degree is Criminal Justice with an emphasis in Forensic Science with all of that why is it I just didn t care for this book This is now two of her books in a row that I was less than thrilled with I m starting to worry that I have grown out of Kath Das urspr ngliche Zuhause dieser Rezension ist der WortWelten Blog Zusammenfassung Eigentlich wollte Dr Tempe Brennan nur mit ihrer Tochter an einem einfachen Barbecue teilnehmen Doch ausgerechnet auf dem Gel nde des unzwungenen Beisammenseins, finden Kinder mysteri se Knochen, die wom glich von Menschen stammen Und dann ist da noch ein Flugzeugabsturz, der mehr als nur ein paar Fragen aufwirft Von Lieutenant D tective Andrew Ryan, der Tempe doch reichl Das urspr ngliche Zuhause dieser Rezension ist der WortWelten Blog Zusammenfassung Eigentlich wollte Dr Tempe Brennan nur mit ihrer Tochter an einem einfachen Barbecue teilnehmen Doch ausgerechnet auf dem Gel nde des unzwungenen Beisammenseins, finden Kinder mysteri se Knochen, die wom glich von Menschen stammen Und dann ist da noch ein Flugzeugabsturz, der mehr als nur ein paar Fragen aufwirft Von Lieutenant D tective Andrew Ryan, der Tempe doch reichlich Stoff zum Gr beln gibt, einmal ganz abgesehen Wieder einmal ein spann A hallmark of the Tempe Brennan series is a plot that seemingly starts as one thing but morphs into something that you couldn t have seen coming as the book progresses Bare Bones is no exception.The remains of a dead baby come across the desk of Dr Brennan as she s working in her native North Carolina At first glance the book seems like it s going to be a standard who dunnit Was the baby stillborn Unwanted Who would do such a thing How to identify the murderer if there even is o Reichs books are an easy read probably why I read them I ve read two of hers so far This one for me was confusing Because I couldn t read it straight through or almost straight through , I couldn t keep up with the cast of thousands Okay, there were not thousands but you know what I mean I feel there are too many characters to really get a good grip on the story line And, in order to close off all the various story lines without making this a HUGE book, some easy endings are opted for Reichs books are an easy read probably why I read them I ve read two of hers so far This one for me was confusing Because I couldn t read it straight through or almost st I ve spent some time away from Kathy Reichs, not for any particular reason, but now I ve returned to these books I remember exactly why I love the series as much as I do Temperance Brennan is a wonderful forensic anthropologist, calm and collected in her science, but with strong emotional interests One of the aspects of her character that I enjoy is that she can be very self contained and happy within her own space She doesn t need anyone else at her side necessarily.There s a point in the st I ve spent some time away from Kathy Reichs, not for any particular reason, but now I ve returned to these books I remember exactly why I love the series as much as I do Temperance Brennan is a wonderful forensic anthropologist, calm and collected in her science, but with strong e An unconvincing, totally forgettable novel Like many other readers, I miss the elements that make the Bones TV show so appealing I made the mistake of thinking that this was the first book in Reichs series, so I was initially surprised at how phoned in and convoluted it felt The only part of the book that seemed passionately written was Tempe s environmental speech featured on the last two pages Reichs writes in sentenc With a background in anthropology, I was intrigued by the idea of a book starring a female anthropologist, written by a female anthropologist Kathy Reichs, of course, does and writes forensic work, which is far afield from the applied cultural material on which I once focused but she writes a darned good novel I liked the characters, and was pleasantly surprised to recognize the author s name when my kids turned on the TV show Bones, which I d not watched before Kathy Reichs is associated wi With a background in anthropology, I was intrigued by the idea of a book starring a female anthropologist, written by a female anthropologist Kathy Reichs, of course, does and writes forensic work, which is far afield f

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