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Deadly Decisions by Kathy Reichs
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Jul 07, 10

bookshelves: mystery
Read in July, 2010

Fun, entertaining CSI-type book. Tempe Brennan is a forensic anthropologist, working for the police in Montreal and the university in Charlotte, NC. In this installment of the series, bicycle gangs in Quebec have started a war, killing a small child in the process. Tempe joins a task force in bringing the killers to justice; in the process, she brings herself and her nephew closer to the danger. I find the plot device of her nephew not quite convincing-he's visiting her after getting into trouble in Texas and his dad basically drops him off at his aunt's house to stay. Eh. I still enjoyed the action and thriller aspect of it, but this was definitely not as good as the first two in the series.

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