Carved in Bone
Publish date: October 13th 2009
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Body Farm (#1)
Didn't meet my expectation -- I was expecting heavy investigation related to Body Farm. But the first part was boring, in addition there was drama (the father-son relationship -- what the hell was that? -- the whole younger female students infatuation) that I thought was off-putting. Not interested ...
I love this series, co-written by the forensic anthropology professor at the University of Tennessee who started The Body Farm. He must be an excellent teacher, as his books manage to take a topic that can be very dry and boring and weaves it into a compelling, thrilling and enjoyable read.
This is the first novel in Jefferson Bass' Body Farm series and bodies is something that they are never short of: The Body Farm is a place of science where forensic anthropologist observe how bodies decompose in different situations as well as determine what might have been cause of death or what ...
3.5 star read
As with the Alex Delaware series, I enjoyed this book more for the supporting cast (Waylon and Big Jim) than I did for the main character, Bill (whose name I forgot and had to look up right now). Bill has some skeevy internal thoughts about women and his "accidentally passionate" kiss with his under...