The gripping new Temperance Brennan novel from the world-class forensic anthropologist and Number 1 best-selling author Kathy Reichs.
The body of a teenage girl is discovered along a desolate highway on the outskirts of Charlotte. Inside her purse is the ID card of a local businessman who died in a fire months earlier. Who was the girl? And was she murdered?
Dr Temperance Brennan, Forensic Anthropologist, must find the answers. She soon learns that a Gulf War veteran stands accused of smuggling artefacts into the country. Could there be a connection between the two cases?
Convinced that the girl’s death was no accident, Tempe soon finds herself at the centre of a conspiracy that extends from South America to Afghanistan. But to find justice for the dead, she must be more courageous - and take more extreme action - than ever before.
©2013 Temperance Bright (P)2013 Simon and Schuster Audio, published in the UK by Random House Audiobooks
Bones of the Lost by Kathy Reichs, features the suspicious death of an Afghani citizen. The killer is an American soldier, but did he do it in self defence or was it murder? Tempe Brennan is called on to look at the body of the dead Afghani citizen and concludes that the Soldier killed in self defence. Tempe returns home, but then gets caught up in an investigation of a human trafficking case, Afgahni girls are been smuggled into the USA. A brilliant story that was inspired by Kathy Reichs' daughter's work with victims of sexual assault and highlights the atrocities that occur as a result of human trafficking rings. Linda Emond once again delivers a great performance of the audio book.
"Worth a listen"
This book was OK, not one of Kathy Reichs' best. Quite worth listening to, but not too taxing.
"My thoughts on this brilliant book."
I have really enjoyed listening to this book. The reader is really brilliant too. Audible is a wonderful app.
"Brilliant from start to finish!"
Brilliant as always. Narrators voice was just as I imagined Tempe Brennan would sound. Recommended.
"bones of the lost."
Yes I enjoy listening to audio books and will read many more.
Bones never lie easier story to follow enjoyed every chapter.
I loved the book written as usual in her informative way. I have a strict rule that I always read the book before listening to a recording. The book is read well in a way that is easy to understand. All in all a great listen
"A good read"
I liked the family dynamics
I liked the twists and turns of the story, it kept my attention.
She read well but was unspectacular.
When the cat was missing
It is certainly worth a second read.
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