#82. Break No Bones

Break No Bones by Kathy Reichs
Ninth of the Temperance Brennan series


Pages: 337
Finished: Sept. 26, 2007
Reason for Reading: next in the series
First Published: 2006
Genre: forensic crime, mystery
Rating: 4/5



First Sentence:


Never fails.


Comments: Temperance Brennan is back in this taught thriller. Working a summer teaching job on the shores of South Carolina, Brennan finds herself in the middle when bodies keep turning up, each connected to the previous. After being disappointed with Cross Bones, I am pleased to find Break No Bones as good as the previous books. Another solid entry in the Brennan series.

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