I enjoyed the suspense of this one - it could have ended in one of several different ways and I wasn't able to guess which way it would go. The personal relationships between characters was quite realistic and down to earth.
Couldn't put it down until I finished it.
Another great book from Kathy Reichs. Interesting characters.
Nine-year-old Emily Anne Toussaint is shot dead on a Montreal street. A North Carolina teenager disappears from her home and parts of what may be her skeleton are found hundreds of miles away. For Dr. Temperance Brennan, a forensic anthropologist in both Montreal and North Carolina, the deaths kindle deep emotions that propel her on a harrowing journey into the world of outlaw motorcycle gangs.
. From blood-splatter patterns and ground-penetrating radar to bone-sample analysis, Deadly Decisions triumphantly combines the authenticity of a world-class forensic professional with the narrative power of a brilliant new crime-writing star. This richly nuanced thriller is sure to catapult a uniquely gifted author to even greater heights.
I've always liked Kathy Reichs because her writing and detail are entertaining as well as accurate. She is also far less preachy than Patricia Cornwell. Tempe Brennan is just as smart as Cornwell's heroine (whose name I've forgotten) but she is far more real, and much less of a martyr. This is a good, solid book in the series.