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A Conspiracy of Bones Temperance Brennan is a Forensic Anthropologist A very busy one at that Splitting her time between Charlotte South Carolina and Quebec This latest read takes her to S Carolina where her current position with the medical examiner is in peril There s a new head of the department Dr Heavner someone Tempe is quite familiar with She and her new boss previously had a very public falling out Now Dr Heavner is holding a grudge, excluding Tempe from any cases that come across her desk or shoul Temperance Brennan is a Forensic Anthropologist A very busy one at that Splitting her time between Charlotte South Carolina and Quebec This latest read takes her to S Carolina where her current position with the medical examiner is in peril There s a new head of the department Dr Heavner someone Tempe is quite familiar with She and her new boss previously had a very public falling out Now Dr Heavner is holding a grudge, excluding Tempe from any cases that come across her desk or should I say stainless steel table But Tempe can t stay away When the latest body comes across the coroners cold slab for identification, Tempe leaps in to solve the mystery Who is this manas well as all the circumstances behind this horrific death She can t possibly know it will lead her into some of the deepest darkest corners of the Web.Tempes long time interest Ryan makes only a small appearance in this book Hopefully, if her next book returns over the border, Ryan can take a larger role once again I do enjoy the installments that take place in Quebec a bitJust an added dose of flavor I have been reading this series for years, and Kathy Reichs hasn t lost a step This latest installment is as good as ever While this is book nineteen of the series and could stand on its own, I suggest starting at the beginning You will really grow to love Tempe Thank you to Scribner via both NetGalley and Edelweiss for an ARC to read and review New York Times Bestselling Author Kathy Reichs Returns With A New Riveting Novel Featuring Her Vastly Popular Character Forensic Anthropologist Temperance Brennan, Who Must Use All Her Tradecraft To Discover The Identity Of A Faceless Corpse, Its Connection To A Decade Old Missing Child Case, And Why The Dead Man Had Her Cell Phone NumberIt S Sweltering In Charlotte, North Carolina, And Temperance Brennan, Still Recovering From Neurosurgery Following An Aneurysm, Is Battling Nightmares, Migraines, And What She Thinks Might Be Hallucinations When She Receives A Series Of Mysterious Text Messages, Each Containing A New Picture Of A Corpse That Is Missing Its Face And Hands Immediately, She S Anxious To Know Who The Dead Man Is, And Why The Images Were Sent To HerAn Identified Corpse Soon Turns Up, Only Partly Answering Her QuestionsTo Win Answers To The Others, Including The Man S Identity, She Must Go Rogue, Working Mostly Outside The System That S Because Tempe S New Boss Holds A Fierce Grudge Against Her And Is Determined To Keep Her Out Of The Case Tempe Bulls Forward Anyway, Even As She Begins Questioning Her Instincts But The Clues She Discovers Are Disturbing And Confusing Was The Faceless Man A Spy A Trafficker A Target For Assassination By The Government And Why Was He Carrying The Name Of A Child Missing For Almost A Decade With Help From A Number Of Law Enforcement Associates Including Her Montreal Beau Andrew Ryan And The Always Ready With A Smart Quip, Ex Homicide Investigator Skinny Slidell, And Utilizing New Cutting Edge Forensic Methods, Tempe Draws Closer To The Astonishing TruthBut The She Uncovers, The Darker And Twisted The Picture Becomes I ve been waiting a long time for this book, and I m pleased to say I wasn t disappointed In this book Tempe is on the outer with her new boss, and not being asked to consult on cases So when she gets sent pictures of a corpse from an anonymous source she immediately is on the case, much to her bosses ire The body has been found in the woods, partially eaten by feral hogs, making ID difficult As Tempe and Slidell start to investigate they are drawn into a world of conspiracies, missing child I ve been waiting a long time for this book, and I m pleased to say I wasn t disappointed In this book Tempe is on the outer with her new boss, and not being asked to consult on cases So when she gets sent pictures of a corpse from an anonymous source she immediately is on the case, much to her bosses ire The body has been found in the woods, partially eaten by feral hogs, making ID difficult As Tempe and Slidell start to investigate they are drawn into a world of conspiracies, missing children and underground bunkers Who is the dead man Is he a spy Or something else And who was the man loitering outside Tempe s house Tempe is her usual dog with a bone self, and will not give up until she has answers, no matter where she ends up to get them And end up in peril she does, again, in true Tempe fashion.I really enjoyed this book, I love the ongoing characters, the banter, and the plot s continue to excite the reader Kathy Reichs is the master of the cliffhanger chapter endings, making you read just one chapterlong into the night The plot in this one did get slightly convoluted at points, but it was a mild irritation All in all another great read, and I can t wait to see what Tempe gets herself into next My thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC in exchange for an honest review Temperance Brennan, a forensic anthropologist, must work diligently and utilize all of her skills to identify a faceless corpse and its connection to a missing child s case from a decade ago Brennan had been recovering from neurosurgery following an aneurysm, and is still coping with headaches and nightmares, when she receives a text messages each with pictures of a corpse missing its hands and face.Intrigued, she is ready to solve the case and must do so rogue Soon, an identified case sho Temperance Brennan, a forensic anthropologist, must work diligently and utilize all of her skills to identify a faceless corpse and its connection to a missing child s case from a decade ago Brennan had been recovering from neurosurgery following an aneurysm, and is still coping with headaches and nightmares, when she receives a text messages each with pictures of a corpse missing its hands and face.Intrigued, she is ready to solve the case and must do so rogue Soon, an identified case shows up and she becomes evenintrigued.This one was a struggle for me I found it hard to get into and very slow in the beginning I don t know if it was me or the book I have been reading a few books which grabbed me from page one and this one, failed to do so, it had a slower build for me, and I found myself putting this book down, looking for other books to read Plus, I have not read too many books in this series to perhaps long time readers of this series will enjoy the bookthan I did The book did pick up, but for me it also dragged in spots and failed to wow me Maybe I was expecting too much of an aha moment, orexplanations for sections which didn t seem to get them, plus the inner dialogue wasn t working for me Slow to start however, it did becomeenjoyable as the book progressed, but not one I will remember in months to come My guess is, this is not the book to pick up if you have not read any previous books in the series she is recovering from surgery and not at her best plus, I thinkbackground on the characters is needed prior to reading this one.Thank you to Scribner and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review All the thoughts and opinions are my own 3.5 starsThis is a series I ve dipped in out of over the years it s been a while But one thing obviously hasn t changed Tempe still has a gift for getting in over her head.This instalment finds her on shaky ground, personally professionally She recently had brain surgery is ready to return to work as a consultant for the medical examiner s office Unfortunately there s a new ME in town they have some history Tempe s made it known she views Dr Margot Heavner as a glory seeking publ 3.5 starsThis is a series I ve dipped in out of over the years it s been a while But one thing obviously hasn t changed Tempe still has a gift for getting in over her head.This instalment finds her on shaky ground, personally professionally She recently had brain surgery is ready to return to work as a consultant for the medical examiner s office Unfortunately there s a new ME in town they have some history Tempe s made it known she views Dr Margot Heavner as a glory seeking publicity hound So it s no surprise when Heavner lets Tempe know her services are no longer required.But when a faceless corpse ends up in the morgue, it s clear someone wants her involved Tempe receives anonymous photos of the body And that s just the beginning Cryptic texts, weird messages on the dark web, missing kids, night time prowlers..hmmm Only one thing to do really ID the body figure out how he got so dead And if she shows up Heavner in the process, well that s just a bonus Tempe begins her own investigation ropes in a couple of accomplices including Skinny Slidell, a grouchy PI with an interest in the case They may bicker like siblings but a grudging mutual respect means he has her back.Initially there are a lot of separate threads to the story Strange things are happening it feels like Tempe is being lured down a dark rabbit hole But because of her fragile state, we re not even sure how much of it is real Turns out neither is she Personal issues, stress too much time on her hands result in erratic behaviour questionable decisions And long hours spent with conspiracy theorists on the dark web certainly doesn t help.I think I would have enjoyed thisif I d kept up with the series My bad At times I felt like I was missing some crucial background info that would have helped me understand her character better We spend a lot of time in Tempe s head as she grapples with doubt paranoia She veers from endless speculation about the case to actions based on rash decisions that put her in danger The result is a slower pace read that is almostof a character study until the case eventually takes centre stage in the second half.When an author gets to book 19 in a series, you know they re doing something right I really believe this will appeal to faithful fans The mystery behind the body in the morgue is clever intricate but I think you ll getout of the story as a whole if you ve been following along A Conspiracy of Bones by Kathy Reichs is nineteenth in the Temperance Brennan series but it is a definite departure from the usual Having been a fan of this series, I was disappointed in this book Tempe Brennan is a forensic anthropologist in Charlotte, North Carolina and also the subject of the popular tv series Bones Tempe has received photos of a faceless and printless corpse from an anonymous source Who could this victim be and who sent her the photos Someone had previously been spott A Conspiracy of Bones by Kathy Reichs is nineteenth in the Temperance Brennan series but it is a definite departure from the usual Having been a fan of this series, I was disappointed in this book Tempe Brennan is a forensic anthropologist in Charlotte, North Carolina and also the subject of the popular tv series Bones Tempe has received photos of a faceless and printless corpse from an anonymous source Who could this victim be and who sent her the photos Someone had previously been spotted close to Tempe s home and she believes this body may be him At this point, this mystery becomes unrealistic, when the forensic anthropologist starts doing the work of a police detective instead of being a scientist The investigation is confusing and all over the place and our hero is getting into too much trouble As sometimes happens, an author writes a series past the point of having fresh material Kathy Reichs is a talented writer and hopefully this is an exception Thank you to Simon Schuster Canada and NetGalley for the e ARC in exchange for an honest review This is only my opinion A CONSPIRACY OF BONES by Kathy Reichs is the nineteenth book in the series featuring forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan Temperance is facing a lot of personal and professional challenges in this book She has a new boss that she has had professional conflicts with in the past and on top of that she has been recovering from neurosurgery and is still experiencing severe headaches The novel is largely set in and around Charlotte, North Carolina One day she receives text messages containi A CONSPIRACY OF BONES by Kathy Reichs is the nineteenth book in the series featuring forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan Temperance is facing a lot of personal and professional challenges in this book She has a new boss that she has had professional conflicts with in the past and on top of that she has been recovering from neurosurgery and is still experiencing severe headaches The novel is largely set in and around Charlotte, North Carolina One day she receives text messages containing pictures of a corpse missing its face and hands Due to her relationship with her new boss, Temperance works the case on the sly.This novel was muchintrospective than most in the series and almost like a private detective working the case alongside the police While it seemed a little slower paced in the beginning, it had enough action, red herrings and twists to keep my interest and it picked up speed as the book progressed The characters are compelling and you can definitely root for Temperance as she works to find answers Her goals are clear and believable The supporting characters are well rounded and enhance the story The stakes were high and the tension built up to the conclusion.Overall, the plot was intriguing and contemporary The prose was well written and engrossing The story is gripping and well worth reading I recommend it and the entire series However, I believe readers will have the best reading experience if they start at the beginning of the series Thanks to Scribner and Kathy Reichs for a digital ARC of this novel via NetGalley and the opportunity to provide an honest review Opinions are mine alone and are not biased in any way. First and foremost, a large thank you to NetGalley, Kathy Reichs, and Simon Schuster for providing me with a copy of this publication, which allows me to provide you with an unbiased review.After a long wait, Kathy Reichs is back from her hiatus with a new and exciting novel in the Temperance Brennan series Fans will be happy to have the forensic anthropologist back, whose grit and gumption are evenheightened After suffering a brain aneurysm that required surgical intervention, Tempera First and foremost, a large thank you to NetGalley, Kathy Reichs, and Simon Schuster for providing me with a copy of this publication, which allows me to provide you with an unbiased review.After a long wait, Kathy Reichs is back from her hiatus with a new and exciting novel in the Temperance Brennan series Fans will be happy to have the forensic anthropologist back, whose grit and gumption are evenheightened After suffering a brain aneurysm that required surgical intervention, Temperance is on the mend and trying to find her feet She is still contracted to work both in Montreal and Charlotte, but has not been working much At home in Charlotte, Temperance has horrible dreams and witnesses a mysterious man along her property, but there is no one there when she makes her way outside A week later, an odd text message arrives, with photos of a body, without head or limbs Trying to get herself on the case, her new boss shuns her and demands that she stay away They have a history, one in which Temperance has no doubt has led her her being ostracized Deciding to do a little rogue work, Temperance works alongside an old colleague and discovers some odd pieces of evidence, including cryptic writing on some paper that includes her phone number The case takes an odd twist as Temperance seeks to find out who the body was in those text photos, and where the body might have been found Working as best she can, Temperance finds herself delving down into the dark web to find answers that may help Her explorations lead to many conspiracy theories, as well as a few twists that could tie into a few missing children from years ago Armed with her determination and pieces of the puzzle slowing coming together, Temperance uses her deductive reasoning to determine that there are some bad people on the loose, seeking to silence her before the aneurysm can do the same A great new thriller in this captivating series, sure to impress readers as they find themselves in the middle of this intense novel Recommended to those who love Reichs forensic anthropology stories, as well as the reader who wants something a littlementally challenging in their mysteries.I have been following Kathy Reichs through the Temperance Brennan series since the debut novel While the books differ greatly from their television show spin off, Reichs is able to present forensic anthropology in such a way that it is both entertaining and informative As Reichs as readily admitted, she sometimes mirrors Brennan in her own experiences, which left me to wonder if the recent aneurysm development for the protagonist might explain why the delayed release of this book by two years might also be related to a similar medical issue Brennan works through this medical hurdle effectively, showing off her rebellious side with increased intensity Still sharp when it comes to solving mysteries, Brennan uses what tools she can to make sense of the situation before her With little mention of others, save some minor updates for other familial characters, the focus is on Brennan and some of her stumbling blocks Others help to complement her desire to overcome limitations, while also show that no brain aneurysm can stop her In a story that sees Brennan working from the outside of the goldfish bowl, the reader is able to see how her field work and reliance on others help uncover one of thedisturbing cases of her career I hope that there are other stories in the Temperance Brennan series before tying things off, as I have come to really enjoy all she has done and overcome in the years, especially when she makes her way to Canada Kudos, Madam Reichs, for a great return I can only hope that you have some ideas to keep your fans from going stir crazy.Love hate the review An ever growing collection of others appears at Book for All Seasons, a different sort of Book Challenge Bones is back I m a huge fan and loved this almost Hitchcockian addition to the series. Temperance Brennan takes us on a robust and non stop ride SUMMARYRecovering at home from surgery for an aneurysm, Temperance Brennan is suffering from migraines and nightmares and just can t sleep At midnight, she glances out the window and catches a flicker of movement in the trees It s a silhouette of a man in a trench coat Why was there a man on her property A week later, Tempe receives four images of of a faceless mangled corpse But who sent the pictures and why To discovered the corp Temperance Brennan takes us on a robust and non stop ride SUMMARYRecovering at home from surgery for an aneurysm, Temperance Brennan is suffering from migraines and nightmares and just can t sleep At midnight, she glances out the window and catches a flicker of movement in the trees It s a silhouette of a man in a trench coat Why was there a man on her property A week later, Tempe receives four images of of a faceless mangled corpse But who sent the pictures and why To discovered the corpse s identity she must work outside the system Tempe new boss is determine to keep her out of the case and has banned her from the medical examiner s office Regardless, Tempe pushes forward with her own investigation of the faceless man in the pictures Was he a spy A trafficker Who killed him and why Theshe uncovers the darker the picture becomes REVIEWA CONSPIRACY OF BONES intricately combines a perilous medical condition, a midnight stalker, a grotesquely unidentifiable dead body, an untenable work situation and a plethora of missing children with fake news, the dark web and arson This is my first book by Kathy Reichsare they all this involved I enjoyed the story but felt a little left out It s like I just met a new group of friends and know nothing about their backstory, their relationships or their personalities Perhaps this book, while very good is not the best one to start the series with I m sure readers of Kathy Reich will love 19 I had loved the Bone television series back in the day, but recognize few similarities I did love the strength of Tempe s character I knew what she was made of when, without hesitation she was willing to go out in the middle of the night to chase down a man wearing a trench coat Or was it really a hallucination I found it delightfully humorous and ironic that Tempe s mother knows so muchabout technology and the dark web than Tempe did Go mom KATHY REICHS is an accomplished forensic anthropologist In Charlotte NC She writes what she knows and her writing is well planned and robust You best be ready when you pick this one up, because it s a nonstop ride Thanks to Netgalley and Scribner for an advance reading copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Publisher ScribnerPublished March 17, 2020Review www.bluestockingreviews.com


About the Author: Kathy Reichs

Kathy Reichs is a forensic anthropologist for the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, State of North Carolina, and for the Laboratoire des Sciences Judiciaires et de M decine L gale for the province of Quebec She is one of only fifty forensic anthropologists certified by the American Board of Forensic Anthropology and is on the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences A professor of anthropology at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Dr Reichs is a native of Chicago, where she received her Ph.D at Northwestern She now divides her time between Charlotte and Montreal and is a frequent expert witness in criminal trials.Awards Arthur Ellis Award Best First Novel 1998 Deja Dead


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