The bare bones


I haven’t done a lot of reading recently but it is even longer since I posted about books I have read.  The most recent reads are:

Hell’s Corner by David Baldacci

Divine Justice by David Baldacci

The Collectors by David Baldacci

Bare Bones by Kathy Reichs

Fatal Voyage by Kathy Reichs

Fallen by Karin Slaughter

Indelible by Karin Slaughter

Don’t Talk to Strangers by Tess Gerritsen

Not too many to be added to my “To Be Read” Reading Challenge as most of these books were from the library.

Bare Bones by Kathy Reichs can go on my Reading Challenge list.

Bare Bones From the book cover:

She works with the dead, but she works for the living.

“Down time” is not a phrase in Tempe Brennan’s vocabulary. A string of disturbing cases has put her vacation plans on hold; instead, she heads to the lab to analyze charred remains from a suspicious fire, and a mysterious black residue from a small plane crash. But most troubling of all are the bones. . . . Tempe’s daughter’s new boyfriend invites them to a picnic — a pig pickin’ — in the North Carolina countryside, where a cache of bones turns up. But are they animal or human? X-rays and DNA may link the crimes, but they can’t reveal who is closing in on Tempe and her daughter — and how far they will go to keep her from uncovering the truth.

I really am enjoying this series with Tempe Brennan.   I have managed to read most in sequence with the exception of one.  In this case it is better to read them in sequence as there is an ongoing romance taking place and if you jump to one of the later novels it tends to spoil the romance in the previous books.

This particular novel had several strands of the plot happening at the same time and I had no idea how it was all going to link together but in the end all mysteries were solved.

Another enjoyable read.  There are many varying reviews on Goodreads.

I still have a couple more Kathy Reichs  books to read so will be able to add them to my TBR list soon.


One Comment Add yours

  1. I’m in awe of writers who can weave several plot strands together and come up with a satisfying solution to them all, it’s a real art.

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