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Break No Bones

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It's the second-to-last day of archaeological field school. Dr Temperance Brennan's students are working on a site of prehistoric graves on Dewees, a ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 5.000
George C M

Another great book

by George C M on May 10, 2012

I have gotten hooked on Kathy Reichs and her alter ego, Temperance Brennan. These are really good stories told in an entertaining and technically accurate way. I have read all of the 'Bones" related books I can find on the used book sites, and have yet to be disappointed in any of them.... More

Momx3

Love Kathy!

by Momx3 on Oct 1, 2009

I love the science and I love the stories. Kathy Reichs puts it all together for a great read! More

dolfinn

Break no Bones- Kathy Reichs

by dolfinn on Apr 15, 2007

Interesting novel. By far one of the best writers of forensic science. The book leaves you riveted, however in times predictable, only due to having read all of Kathy Reichs books and subsequently getting a good grasp of the forensic ideas, and where they might lead. Harvesting body parts is one of ... More

Bookfever

Temperance Brennan forensic anthropologist

by Bookfever on Apr 5, 2007

Temperance and her students on an island dig off the coast of South Carolina, to prove/disprove the site's worth as an archaeological treasure, stumble on bones but these bones still have flesh attached. The site belongs to Richard Dupree who awaits the go-ahead to continue his housing development. ... More

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