By Kathy Reichs
From bestselling writer Kathy Reichs a booklet set in Charleston, South Carolina, the guts of a profitable, clandestine, subtle alternate in physique elements, the type that leaves the donor dead.
Summoned to South Carolina to fill in for a negligent colleague, Tempe is caught instructing a lackluster archaeology box college within the ruins of a local American burial floor at the Charleston shore. but if Tempe stumbles upon a clean skeleton one of the historical bones, her previous buddy Emma Rousseau, the neighborhood coroner, persuades her to stick on and support with the research. while Emma unearths a tense mystery, it turns into extra very important than ever for Tempe to aid her pal shut the case.
The physique count number starts off to climb. An unidentified guy is located placing from a tree deep within the woods. one other corpse exhibits up in a barrel. There are mysterious nicks on bones in numerous our bodies, and indicators of strangulation. Tempe follows the path to a loose road hospital with a belligerent employees, a suspicious healthcare professional, and a donor who's a charismatic televangelist. Clues abound within the very unlikely areas as Tempe makes use of her detailed wisdom and abilities to construct her case, while the neighborhood sheriff continues to be doubtful and her personal lifestyles is threatened.
Tempe’s love lifestyles can be complex. Ryan, her present flame, has come all the way down to stopover at her from Montreal, and Pete, her former husband, is investigating the disappearance of a neighborhood woman—and he and Tempe are staying within the comparable borrowed seashore apartment. Ryan and Pete compete for her attentions, and Tempe unearths herself extra distracted by way of her emotions for either males than she anticipated.
Break No Bones is a great, taut mystery that includes the type of high-stakes crime that makes the headlines per week. Reichs, the muse for the hit Fox television convey Bones, is writing on the most sensible of her shape, and Tempe hasn't ever been extra compelling.