Jefferson Bass is the writing team of world-renowned forensic anthropologist Dr. Bill Bass and acclaimed journalist Jon Jefferson. They have combined their talents on several New York Times best-sellers. A thrilling tale of suspense, Bones of Betrayal shows why Kathy Reichs praises Bass and Jefferson's "terrific forensic detail" and calls them "the real deal."
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While this book may not be a "10" in comparison to the others by the same author(s) it is still far and above the rest of the others out there. I deal with forensic science every day and these guys have hit the nail on the head every time. Well worth the time AND the credit.
I'm not sure it could have been a 4 or 5 star experience. The story just didn't catch my attention.
I would have enjoyed more character development and less gore.
I'm sure it does. It just wasn't to my taste.
Love this writing team! Science, History blended so well in a great story.
Tom does a great job with the voices, easy to follow the characters.
Please don't stop writing!!
Well researched thrillers Chriton-esque. Nonfiction: Science, medical, biography, "self-help" meta cognitive sub-genre, memoir, philosophy..
Authentic ... Excellent research... Local flavor (not hillbilly)... Plot not of conspiracy theorists - right combination of down-to-earth and educated guesses at what we will never know about Oakridge.
Lead and elderly Beatrice
enjoyed reading about the hx of the nuclear bomb. the hx was the most interesting part of the book, the plot was somewhat predictable.
If I wanted a history lesson or wanted to do research I would go to the library reference section. These guys may be excellent forensic investigators but are definitely not mystery/thriller writers. I deleted the book from my MP3 player about 80% of the way through it. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
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