Monday, October 27, 2008

Book 69 of 52 -- Kathy Reichs' Grave Secrets

The book Grave Secrets is a great novel for people who are into hard core science.

If you love adventure with a little twist this book is yours for the taking.

The book is about the work done by real life anthropologist, Dr. Temperance Brennan, who gets sent to Guatemala City with a team form FAFG to do some work on remains found in Paraiso.

The remains are from a massacre killing, and somebody obviously doesn't want anything to be found because two members from Dr. Brennan's team Carlos and Molly is driven off the road and shot to kill.

Carlos died on the spot; however Molly survives just be taken to the hospital in a coma like state AND just then Dr. Brennan gets put on another case that's baffling law enforcement in Guatemala.

Sergeant-Detective Galiano had talked to FAFG about getting Dr. Brennan to help him with the case about three different missing girls presumed dead.

To which Detective Galiano thought one might be in the sewer drainage.

As the story continues the spark between Galiano and Dr. Brennan grows as does the mystery between the Paraiso grave and the missing girls.

This story is very interesting but is dry making it clear that the book is suited for people who are into science and law enforcement.

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