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Bones to Ashes (Temperance Brennan, #10) Under The Microscope, The Outer Bone Surface Is A Moonscape Of Craters.It Is The Skeleton Of A Young Girl, No Than Fourteen Years Old And Forensic Anthropologist Dr Temperance Brennan Is Struggling To Control Her Emotions.The Coroner Is Being Evasive, Insisting The Bones Are Ancient And Of No Interest But This Doesn T Feel Right, And Tempe Is Convinced That Someone Is Hiding Something.Working On Instinct, Tempe Takes Matters Into Her Own Hands But Her Work Uncovers Horrors She Could Never Have Predicted, As What Started In The Lab Quickly Becomes Her Most Harrowing, And Personal, Case Yet.

About the Author: Kathy Reichs

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10 thoughts on “Bones to Ashes (Temperance Brennan, #10)

  1. says:

    I don t know why I read these books I mean, I love the forensics, but, like Patricia Cornwell, Reichs has created a character who is just dumb dumb dumb and, in my opinion, extremely unlikable She s tough okay, whate

  2. says:

    I picked this up because I am a fan of both the tv show Bones, which is inspired by this series and of the early Kay Scarpetta novels, which these often get favorably compared to First, the show is much funnier andtightly wri

  3. says:

    Although I have to admit that this wasn t the strongest book in the series, it was nice to read a book that focuses on forgotten history from my Canadian home province New Brunswick Specifically, the way in which people who contracted

  4. says:

    A new mystery excellently solved Oh, do I ever adore Reichs s novels Her novels show proof that there are no limits to one s imagination especially when the author knows what she he is talking about.Reichs sucks you in with the first sentence

  5. says:

    Devoured this in a day since this novel and Margaret Maron s Hard Row are two of the books I ve most looked forward to this year, it s unsurprising And I honestly think that this could have been Reichs best Bones novel aside from my growing irritation

  6. says:

    This is the 10th book in the Tempe Brennan series.How to explain my rating I love this series I do I m always eager to get my hands on the next one, and I always plow through them quickly But Kathy Reichs has a big, big flaw that has persisted throughout the se

  7. says:

    I m not sure if I ve becomecritical since the last Kathy Reichs book I read, or if this book is simply less stellar I certainly enjoyed many parts of it, and overall it was an interesting forensic investigation, but it has a few significant weaknesses My main complaint

  8. says:

    This is the second book in this series that I ve read I m reading them out of order Just picking one off the shelf at the library.The first book I read was set in South Carolina, this one is set in Canada The back story is set in the US, but the current mystery takes place total

  9. says:

    The 10th book in the series still going strong I liked this one maybe a littlethan others because it tells a lot about Tempe s past and how she grew up Looking forward to the next one

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