Publish date: July 1st 2002
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio
Edition language: English
Series: Temperance Brennan (#5)
Having read the first 4 books in this series, I've already consigned myself of two things; 1 - Brennen will become involved in a case that outside of her purview and 2 - she will have a TSTL moment at the end and that a handsome guy will trot in to save the day. So, putting those 2 things aside, t...
Ooops. I've read these out of order - there's not been any major plot points from the last book revealed which is just as well.Set mainly in Guatemala this was an interesting look at the more traditional aspect of a forensic anthropologist.
Bones abound but some of them may lead to a living person...
I really thought this was going to be a great read. It started off with the requisites for a great mystery of the Mayan culture. Alas, it spiraled down into a convoluted tale of cover-up by corrupt political leaders. Can you imagine - political corruption in a South American suffering from high c...
Couple of years back while flicking through the TV Channels, I stopped at one particular spot thinking that the channel had started airing the TV show ‘Angel’ again since on the screen was David Boreanaz. Pretty soon I was hooked and when the commercial break came up, I discovered that the show call...