Anyway, it sometimes leads to me flicking pages in boredom until the pages of scientific descriptions stop. And that happened quite often in this novel. Firstly — the abbreviations. There are oh so many of them and my brain can only keep track of so many acronyms at a time.
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Scientist, bestselling novelist whose books have been translated into 32 languages , and television producer, Kathy can now add television writer to her list of accomplishments.
Fortunately, though, for her legions of fans, who have bought over 7,, copies of her novels in the United States and Canada, she still loves writing solo. Spider Bones finds Tempe in a bit of a bind. It all begins when she inspects the body of a drowning victim in Hemmingford, Quebec.
Print checks quickly identify this victim as John Charles Lowery. The only problem is that John Charles Lowery died in combat in Vietnam in Why have these bodies been misidentified? Tempe is also struggling on the home front. Tempe invites them both to Hawaii—and to say that the two girls do not hit it off is a dramatic understatement.
Spider Bones is Kathy Reichs at the top of her game—Tempe remains witty, irascible, and very smart, and once again cutting edge forensic science is expertly combined with a fast-paced, riveting plot. The biggest surprise is that all the corpses are indeed tied together. Spider Bones is her thirteenth novel. This entry was posted in News. Bookmark the permalink. Books by Kathy Reichs.
Spider Bones (UK)
Spider Bones by Kathy Reichs