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Grave Secrets by Kathy Reichs
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May 15, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: audio, first-person, medical, mystery, police-procedural, sense-of-place, series, strong-women, suspense
Read in May, 2012

[audio] Being fifth in the series, I was prepared for the lack of similarity to the television series), somewhat clinical dialog and lack of "romantic dialog" one might expect between people attracted to each other. But I do enjoy the authenticity of Reich's medical anthropology and this title in particular resonates with her personal experience in Guatemala. I would have preferred to read the title rather than listen to it, just to keep straight the characters with Spanish and French names (Katherine Borowitz does an amazing job with the foreign languages and even appropriately butchers the French/Spanish) and the locations. I wanting a map of Guatemala and Guatemala city.

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