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206 Bones (Temperance Brennan #12) You Have An Enemy, Dr Brennan It Is In Your Interest To Learn Who Placed That Call.A Routine Case Turns Sinister When Dr Temperance Brennan Is Accused Of Mishandling The Autopsy Of A Missing Heiress Someone Has Made An Incriminating Accusation That She Missed Or Concealed Crucial Evidence Before Tempe Can Get To The One Man With Information, He Turns Up Dead The Heiress Isn T The Only Elderly Female To Have Appeared On Tempe S Gurney Recently Back In Montreal, Three Women Have Died, Their Bodies Brutally Discarded Tempe Is Convinced There S A Link Between Their Deaths And That Of The Heiress But What Or Who Connects Them Tempe Struggles With The Clues, But Nothing Adds Up Has She Made Grave Errors Or Is Some Unknown For Sabotaging Her It Soon Becomes Frightening Clear It S Not Simply Tempe S Career At Risk Her Life Is At Stake Too.

10 thoughts on “206 Bones (Temperance Brennan #12)

  1. says:

    I am a huge fan of the TV show Bones I have never read a book by Kathy Reichs I don t think I ll readThis book has a very grumpy Temperance Brennan There s something quite dislikable about her throughout She s angry, she complains, she hardly has any

  2. says:

    Kathy Reichs used to be my favorite author, and I don t know if she s gotten into a rut, or if I m just no longer enad with her style, but either way, this book didn t do it for me It was too self aware, too precious, too bogged down in details I used to enjoy

  3. says:

    I am the type of reader who hooks into a series that is already established and reads each book in order, one after the other I started the Temperance Brennan novels a few months back, and have read each book in succession Maybe I have read too many in too short a perio

  4. says:

    With her 12th Bones book, Kathy Reichs decided to mix it up a little bit Instead of saving Tempe s inevitable abduction for the very end, she opens the book with it and then takes us back to the beginning of the case so we could see how Tempe ended up in peril.Nice try, Reichs, b

  5. says:

    At 20 pages in, I was already annoyed by the author s habit of taking paragraphs of description, slapping quotation marks around it, and calling it dialogue And yet, I carried on to the bitter end Which I saw coming a mile away.This isn t one of Tempe s greatest hits The crimes are unremar

  6. says:

    Blech I think Reichs may be losing it I have been a past fan of hers for many years and have read everything she wrote but I think she may be resting on her laurels Temperence Brennan has turned into a misanthropic curmudgeon who is pretty unlikeable This story was disjointed with subplots plopped i

  7. says:

    Was up all night read because of the rain storm we had so I was able to finish it.just like the rest of the ones of this series its a must read.if you haven t read the series yet then you need to.

  8. says:

    206 Bones is book 12 of 18 in the long running series by Kathy Reichs starring forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan 206 Bones continues to follow the procedurals formula and, I don t think it s too much of a spoiler to say that like many of the other books in the series, our protagonist ends up abducted, escaped

  9. says:

    I love me some David Boreanaz Way before there was Team Edward, there was Angel, the tortured vampire with a soul from Buffy the Vampire Slayer What does David Boreanaz have to do with a Kathy Reichs novel, you ask Nothing except that he now plays a characters on Bones, a television show VERY loosely based on Kathy Reichs charac

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