Just as they're on the verge of breaking the case open, events take a terrifying turn. Brockton has re-created the gruesome Chattanooga death scene at the Body Farm, but a killer places another corpse at the site, putting Brockton's career and even his life in jeopardy. Soon Brockton is accused of the horrific new crime, and the once-beloved professor becomes an outcast. Brockton must use all of his forensic skills to prove his own innocence, before he ends up behind bars with some of the very killers he's helped to convict.
Flesh and Bone is another roller-coaster ride into the world of forensic anthropology, raising powerful questions about the nature of justice, loyalty, honor, and evil. This astonishing novel confirms Jefferson Bass as one of our most talented authors of suspense.
"The story is razor sharp...with a nice mixture of mystery and horror. Fans of forensic fiction will want to add this author to their list of favorites." (Booklist)
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- Uta Agbara
part 2 of an impressive crime and science series
being a medical doctor myself, I love reading and (listening to) the forensic science crime series by Kathy Reichs, Patricia Cornwell and Jefferson Bass. In the Jefferson / Bass duo Mr. Bass is actually a forensic anthropologist in real life and the founder of the body farm in Tennessee. His stories are while not based on real life stories, based on real life facts and make for excellent reads....