Violence is escalating, and spilling onto the streets of Montreal. A nine-year-old girl is killed in crossfire on her way to ballet class. The body of a teenager killed in North Carolina is found hundreds of miles away. Forensic anthropologist Dr Temperance Brennan has to pick up the pieces: she knows she shouldn't let emotion get in the way, but when nine-year-old Emily's body is wheeled into the morgue she cannot help but react. An exhumation uncovers the bones of another innocent in a clandestine grave close to a biker gang headquarters. With her boss in hospital and sparring partner Detective Andrew Ryan mysteriously unavailable, Tempe alone begins a perilous investigation into the lawless underworld of organised crime...
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In Deadly Decisions Bones is caught up in an investigation of biker gangs. Her nephew is caught in the middle, Andrew Ryan is arrested for drug dealing, and Tempe is being stalked by a dangerous killer. A great read by Kathy Reichs and Lorelei King delivers a good performance of the audiobook.
I really like Lorelei King as a reader. Her voice is great and she changes characters with ease.
Quite a good story. At first was a little slow but got going and was really good. I recommend it.
"Brennan at her best"
Once again Kathy Reichs delivers a gritty story with all the tension and excitement of an action thriller. Would a forensic anthropologist get so involved? Probably not. But Tempe's search for the truth ensures she takes a roller coaster ride in the real world of guns and bikers.
Brennan finds herself digging in a bikers back yard. her nephew Kit is in town but not well ng the whole story. and Andrew Ryan has gone completely off the rails
"Can't go wrong with this author."
It's Kathy Reichs, so you can't really go wrong with this author, adding in one of the best narrators and this makes for a good story.
"Not her best"
struggled to finish thought story was boring and not my kind of nook. Pity have read a lot better by Reichs.
Great reading of this pacey story keeps you listening. The upbeat outlook of the first person heroine and the quick fire science keeps the dark content from getting too miserable. Recommended.
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