The Bone Collection

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Penguin Random House, Mar 23, 2017 - Detective and mystery stories, American - 384 pages
A collection of chilling tales featuring forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan - including the untold story of her first case.No matter where she goes, Tempe's cases make for the most gripping reading.Dr Temperance Brennan thought she'd seen it all until she came across Bones in Her Pocketin the foothills of North Carolina. Down in the Everglades Tempe investigates Swamp Bones- - a grisly discovery in the stomach of an eighteen-foot Burmese python. In the heights of Mount Everest a frozen corpse means Bones On Ice. And First Bonesgets under Tempe's skin with the untold story of her first case and her decision to become a forensic anthropologist.

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User Review  - Carlathelibrarian - LibraryThing

I love the Tempe Brennan stories and this collection of four novellas is not exception. Even thought they were short and compact they were still very interesting and kept me reading to find out what ... Read full review

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User Review  - jamespurcell - LibraryThing

Four welldone novellas that explore pythons in the Everglades, a death on Mt Everest and Bones first case. All very good with two two excellent works by this always enlightening, fun to read author. Read full review

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About the author (2017)

As a forensic anthropologist to the province of Quebec, Canada, Kathy Reichs has often said that words withthe dead, but forthe living.Forensics are an integral part of her world, with cases constantly coming in to her lab. And yet her chosen profession is, she says, like any other job. You may get used to what's happening around you, and to the sounds and smells and sights of death, but this doesn't mean you become immune to it.Each of her books is based loosely on the cases she's worked on, or some experience she's had. She believes that her stories remain fresh because they originate from her being enmeshed and engaged in forensic work on a regular basis.Kathy Reichs is one of only eighty-two forensic anthropologists ever certified by the American Board of Forensic Anthropology. She is a professor in the Anthropology Department at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

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