Review: Bones to Ashes

Editorial Review - - Roz Shea

Forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan has just returned to her Montreal office for the summer when a package containing deteriorated bones jolts her back to her childhood. She and her sister and mother had spent several summers on Pawley's Island in the outer banks of South Carolina where she met Evangeline, an exotic girl of her age. Evangeline and her younger sister spent their summers with ... Read full review

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A bit weak for the Bones Series.
I thought Bones to Ashes was a very good story for the Bones series. I wouldn't go so far as to say it was one of the best, but it was still a wonderful read
. Temperance love life got a wee bit boring but I couldn't help but perk up with the portrayal of missing children. My feelings on the plot are mixed. Mainly I just wished that there were more scenes that revolved around the mystery of the bones and Ryan's cases.
As always, Kathy Reich did an excellent job of describing in detail the police procedures, which I found very interesting.

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