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Dead Hunt by Beverly Connor
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Feb 09, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: mysteries, 2008-reads, forensics
Read in February, 2008

** spoiler alert ** I'm not sure what to say about this books. It's a good potboiler mystery without too much description of the gore. But it isn't something that I'm going to go back and reread.

Throughout the series, I've liked the idea of having the murders mixed with the museum mysteries through the past few books. But it's starting to get a little old for me. This time, most of the museum staff wears Richard III t-shirts in support of a colleague who is accused of dealing in stolen artifacts.

The murder half of the mystery is about a black widow who escapes from prison and somehow blood that matches her DNA winds up in Diane's apartment. Which means that Diane must be a murderer according to her enemies. Even though they seem to have known her for several years. And she never murdered anyone before. Bleh.

I do like Connor's books better than a lot of more popular forensics mystery writers (see: Kathy Reichs).


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