206 Bones by Kathy Reichs

Summary:

Tempe is accused of mishandling remains which begins an unseemingly connected chain to discredit her as an anthropologist. A new pathologist comes to fill in while LaManche recovers from heart surgery. The pathology seems to be everywhere and has no qualms about usurping her new coworkers. How far will she go? And how involved is she will Tempe’s sub-terrain tomb burial?

Opinion:

This one proves that people just can’t be trusted and loyalty doesn’t exist. Ryan is stll in the picture. Interesting one. Maybe Reichs has found her stride.

© Cori Endicott May 2012

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