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by Kathy Reichs
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Wandering through fiction
Wandering through fiction rated it 5 years ago
Enjoyed this. Montreal and Charlotte as settings. Motorcycle gangs and the chaos they can cause as the topic.
Danielle Hearts Books
Danielle Hearts Books rated it 5 years ago
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 5 years ago
bookshelves: autumn-2010, medical-eew, mystery-thriller, published-2001 Read on September 13, 2010 Unabridged. workaday mp3. Ã grisly book about brains, blood, bones and bitchin' bikers~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I am reading these haphazardly as they fall into my lap.Read:Break No Bones (Temperance Bren...
Retiredbear rated it 6 years ago
I find the Tempe Brennan series of forensic anthropologist stories to be entertaining and informative. Ms. Reichs does a good job of weaving semi-complex stories. I am never quite able to guess the endings - that is a good thing. I am working my way through the entire series. I did not find this...
b00k r3vi3ws
b00k r3vi3ws rated it 6 years ago
Temperance Brennan manages to make a connection between a skull in Montreal and the partial skeleton of a teenager in North Carolina. And caught in between is a 9-year-old girl who is shot at on a Montreal street. As Tempe decides gets involved in this case, she discovers that the biker gangs are in...
Barbara's Booky Blog
Barbara's Booky Blog rated it 6 years ago
I don't usually like these books when they are set in Canada but this one was okay though I think it was because I just ignored all the French. I much prefer Dr. Temperance Brennan's character and personality on the TV show Bones as opposed to the books. She comes across as a brainless twit most ti...
Literary Valium
Literary Valium rated it 7 years ago
Not my fave one though.
Rincey Reads
Rincey Reads rated it 8 years ago
It's definitely getting better, but still kind of cheesy/predictable. Are all crime novels/series like this?
GizmosReviews rated it 9 years ago
The villains in Deadly Decisions are OMCs, Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs. Apparently there's a biker war in Montreal, and innocent bystanders are getting caught in the crossfire. Brennan volunteers for a multi-agency task force to address the problem, and as a result, she (and her readers) are treated to ...
refurbishme rated it 10 years ago
I was not a fan of this book.. I enjoyed Reichs' second book in the series, Death Du Jour, because it had a great mystery to be solved and an interesting tension between Booth and Brennan. However this book had none of that. Deadly Decisions is bogged down with a lot of boring and painstaking detai...
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