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Bones Never Lie: (Temperance Brennan 17) (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Kathy Reichs
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Praise for the novels of Kathy Reichs
 
“Kathy Reichs writes smart—no, make that brilliant—mysteries that are as realistic as nonfiction and as fast-paced as the best thrillers about Jack Reacher, or Alex Cross.”—James Patterson
 
“Nobody does forensics thrillers like Kathy Reichs. She’s the real deal.”—David Baldacci
 
“Kathy Reichs continues to be one of the most distinctive and talented writers in the genre. Her legion of readers worldwide will agree with me when I declare that the more books she writes, the more enthusiastic fans she’ll garner.”—Sandra Brown
 
“Each book in Kathy Reichs’s fantastic Temperance Brennan series is better than the last. They’re filled with riveting twists and turns—and no matter how many books she writes, I just can’t get enough!”—Lisa Scottoline
 
“I love Kathy Reichs‎—always scary, always suspenseful, and I always learn something.”—Lee Child

“A genius at building suspense.”—New York Daily News
 
“Reichs, a forensic anthropologist, makes her crime novels intriguingly realistic.”—Entertainment Weekly
 
“Tempe Brennan is the lab lady most likely to dethrone Patricia Cornwell’s Kay Scarpetta.”—USA Today
 
“Every minute in the morgue with Tempe is golden.”The New York Times Book Review
 
“Reichs always delivers a pulse-pounding story.”—Publishers Weekly


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The gripping new Temperance Brennan novel from the world-class forensic anthropologist and Number 1 bestselling author Kathy Reichs. Tempe is faced with the horrifying possibility that the killer who got away in Monday Mourning is back...

Produktinformation

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 2933 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 340 Seiten
  • Verlag: Cornerstone Digital (11. September 2014)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0434021172
  • ISBN-13: 978-0434021178
  • ASIN: B00I3DNTTU
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Nicht aktiviert
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  • Word Wise: Aktiviert
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 5.0 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (2 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #10.876 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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Kathy Reichs wurde 1950 in Chicago geboren und wuchs dort auch auf. Nachdem sie Archäologie und Soziologie studiert hatte, übernahm sie eine Professur für Soziologie und Anthropologie und für Forensische Anthropologie und arbeitete in der Gerichtsmedizin. Heute unterrichtet sie unter anderem FBI-Agenten im Aufspüren und Identifizieren von Leichen; sie unterstützte als Sachverständige das UN-Tribunal in Ruanda und beteiligte sich an der Identifizierung der Opfer des Terroranschlags auf das World Trade Center. 1987 erschien ihr erster Roman "Tote lügen nicht". Es folgten zahlreiche weitere Romane, von denen alle Spitzenplätze auf internationalen und deutschen Bestsellerlisten erreichten und in Fernsehserien wie "Bones - Die Knochenjägerin" aufgegriffen wurden.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Endlich wieder in alter Form ! 17. September 2014
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Ich bin Kathy Reichs Fan - klar . . . . . trotzdem haben mich einige der letzen Bones Sequences nicht vom Hocker gehauen, bzw. in großen Abschnitten gelangweilt. Gott sei Dank haben mich die "Virals" über die Durststrecke getragen - zudem gefiel mir die Kurzstory "Bones in her pocket" so gut, dass ich hoffte, auch mal wieder mit einem Voll-Buch Voll-Reichs Gefühl zu bekommen.

Das ist jetzt passiert ! ! ! Die Durststrecke ist vergeben und vergessen - Kathy Reichs is back at her best.

Spannende Handlung; Tempo und Spannung von Anfang bis Ende; Wort- und Situationswitz; natürlich viele medizinische und chemische Details; Personen mit Tiefgang und glaubhafter Charakterisierung; Links zu für Stammleser bekannten Orten in erträglichem Ausmaß; wie immer endet jedes Kapital mit einem Cliffhanger, der einfach zum "umblättern" zwingt - kurzum: Kathy Reichs wie man sie kennt und liebt !

Wer Kathy Reichs noch nicht kennt, kann direkt mit diesem Buch anfangen Fan zu werden. Innerhalb einer so langen Sequenz es immer noch zu schaffen, ein völlig in sich abgeschlossenes Buch - ohne Notwendigkeit von Vorwissen bei der Leserschaft - abzuliefern, der versteht sein Handwerk wirklich aus dem eff-eff !

Wer Kathy Reichs kennt und mag, kommt an diesem Buch eh nicht vorbei.

Und dann zum Schluß noch der Oberknaller, mit dem wohl kein Stamm-Fan-Leser wirklich noch gerechnet hat . . . . . .

Nun beginnt leider die lange Wartezeit bis zum nächsten Brennan / Ryan Sequel - da bleibt für mich nur zu hoffen, dass das Warten durch einige Virals und / oder Bones Kurzstories versüßt werden wird.
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Von Miki101.Michaela TOP 500 REZENSENT
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... - reading Death - and the poor poor souls he/she claimed. And here Tempe has a lot to work on, believe me!

An "old" serial killer has finally resurfaced. Yes, an old acquaintance our good Doctor Tempe Brennan, famous antropo-pathologist dividing her time between Charlotte/South Carolina and Quebec/Canada, has chased before. Who tried to kill her years ago - for more see Monday Mourning: A Tempe Brennan Novel (deutsch: Totenmontag ) - the 7th book of the series. Now an horrendous Catch-Me-if-You-Can game is going on right in Tempe's backyard - and she is more than motivated to stop this killer this time for good - with all her might. Because it is the most aberrant of all the crimes - preying on female young girls not even old enough to be called "teenagers" aka adolescents. Posed in a most peaceful way, it seems that the killer is joking with those who want to stop this ongoing crime spree - programmed by an highly ill-motivated mind.
Tempe has to contact Ryan - her former lover - because he was deeply involved in the Monday-Mourning-case. Ryan -who himself is deeply mourning over his daughter killed by drugs and has a refuge he does not want to leave. Not even for Tempe who is flying a lot of miles to take him out of his hermitage. But things are rapidly changing. And Ryan rethinks his position - for 24 hours!
In the meanwhile we learn that Tempe has other private problems. Her mother who has become a real virtual expert, is badly afflicted of a health problem - so to say.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Reichs is back in fine form! 5. Juli 2014
Von Sharon E. Cathcart - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I admit it; I'm a long-time fan of Kathy Reichs' Temperance Brennan novels. However, I skipped a couple; the last one I read was just so humdrum that I thought Reichs was tiring of her characters. It was depressing to me, so I didn't read any for a while.

As a result, I missed some of the events referred to in this title ... but that was all right. I found myself not wanting to put the book down this time, just like in the "good old days."

This time, Tempe is asked to help investigate a series of murders that are being committed by a criminal well known to her. In a previous title, this perpetrator (Anique Pomerleau) tried to kill Tempe as well. So, when a set of crimes with a similar MO come up, Brennan is very much interested. Her long-time colleague Andrew Ryan is off mourning the death of his daughter, Lily, but she needs his additional expertise on the case ... so there is that subplot as well.

There are more twists and turns than a Coney Island roller coaster in this book, and the "whodunnit" took me by surprise ... which is always a plus.

It is always difficult for me to review thrillers without employing spoilers, so I hope it will suffice to say that the forensic science in this book is spot-on, the characters and situations interesting, and that Kathy Reichs is back in fine form with this latest book!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Hot Cold Case: the Top ten List of Things That Are Great About "Bones Never Lie" 28. Juli 2014
Von E. Burian-Mohr - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Dr. Temperance Brennan is a forensic anthropologist who alternates time between two facilities: one in Montreal and one in North Carolina. I've been a fan of Kathy Reichs' Tempe Brenner books since the first. This is the 17th in the series, and Reichs just gets better and better as a writer.

It is not unusual for Dr. Breenna to be called in on a cold case investigation. Most of the people she deals with have been dead for a good long while. But, in what cannot simply be an eerie coincidence, the case involves murders of young girls in Charlotte and Vermont that bear great similarities to a case in Canada, in which villain Anique Pomerleau was responsible for the torture and murder of a number of young girls. During that investigation, Pomerleau almost killed Tempe, as well.

Back then, Tempe worked the case with Canadian detective Andrew Ryan (with whom she has had an on again/off again relationship), and this investigation calls out for his touch. Unfortunately, Ryan is AWOL; his daughter ODed and he has walked away from civilization.

Now, it seems that the killer is toying with Tempe while torturing and murdering the girls at an alarming rate.
It's up to Tempe to find Ryan, find the killer, and figure out how/if Pomerleau is at work again.

It's fast paced, scary, creepy, and all the elements that make for a book I couldn't put down.

That being said, here are the Top Ten Things Things That Are Great About "Bones Never Lie."

10. We finally meet Tempe's mother, who has mental issues and has been nothing more than a shadow in previous books. She's a great character and has become an internet search wizard who manages to help the investigation (and give us some excellent tips for internet mysteries of our own).

9. Finding Detective Ryan. That's an adventure in itself, and we get to continue with him on his journey of despair and healing,

8. Snappy dialog. Reichs has a great ear for dialog. It sounds natural, and each character's dialog is unique to the character.

7. Intense as the books are, there is a sense of humor. I gave up on the Kay Scarpetta novels a few years back when the characters' humorlessness (and Cornwall's meanderings into stranger and stranger places) made them too oppressive. Reichs can conjure up humorous descriptions and observations that keep the story bearable, even in its darkest moments.

6. The character of Det. Slidell is no longer just an unappealing irritant; he has become a full-blown useful part of the story, with plenty of quirks (and insights and firepower) of his own.

5. The ever-evolving relationship between Tempe and Det. Ryan. You'll like how this one evolves.

4. You'll always learn new science. Not only will you learn new bits and pieces of forensic anthropology; you'll pick up other intriguing data, as well.

3. Action, action, action. All Reichs' books are fast-paced, fraught with danger, cliff-hangers, jeopardy... everything you can ask for in a mystery/crime thriller.

2. Tempe is a great strong female character, smart, tough, with a sense of humor and a soft side.

1. Character, character, character. You'll meet psychos, victims, eccentrics, brilliant minds, the walking wounded, and more and they are, after all, what makes the world an intriguing place.

While the Temperance Brennan books are best if read in order, that's a large time commitment if you're just starting. Reichs gives enough background so that you can jump in here, but you will probably want to go back and understand the evolution of Temperance Brennan, her friends, her family, and dead for whom she speaks.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Another great Temperance Brennan mystery! 6. Juli 2014
Von Sandy Kay - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have been reading the Temperance Brennan mystery series since the first book, Deja Dead (Temperance Brennan Novels). I really enjoy the character and I like the forensic anthropology aspect of the mystery. (I also enjoy the TV show, even though it does not follow the books and the character of Brennan is quite different in the two.)

This book will not disappoint the fans of the series. I wouldn't really recommend starting with this book is you haven't read any of the series. The story in this book generally stands alone -- though it seems like it involves a character from Monday Mourning: A Tempe Brennan Novel (Temperance Brennan Novels). I'd have to go back to that book to see if those books share some characters to be sure. In any case, this book doesn't include a lot of Brennan's personal and professional history to bring a new reader up to speed so you will miss a lot of the character even if the story could be read on its own.

The mystery in this book involves some recent murders in Vermont and North Carolina where the killer appears to be someone wanted for murders in Quebec that were investigated by Brennan and Andrew Ryan, her on and off lover. Brennan follows the investigation to Quebec and Vermont while she is also dealing with some issues involving her mother. As is usual for these books, the reader learns some interesting information relating to forensic anthropology while Brennan is working with the detectives to catch a murderer.

I was captivated by this book and read it until I fell asleep and then picked it up when I woke. It is a good thing I started it before a long holiday weekend or I wouldn't have gotten anything else done.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Tedious - been done before. 28. August 2014
Von Wayne Robinson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've read all of Kathy Reich's novels. I'm finding that they're becoming repetitive and predictable. The banter is becoming tedious and unbelievable. I was irritated that amelogenin reared its head yet again so early, indicating a line of investigation that turns out to be wrong. Kathy Reich's has used exactly the same device in a previous novel (I forget which one it was, and I don't want the tedium of checking the previous 16). And as a result, I'd picked the 'surprise' development around 180 pages of tedium before the 'surprise ' revelation.

Only for hardcore fans of Kathy Reichs.

Amended. Actually, the amelogenin plot device was used in 'Bare Bones', the 6th in the series. It wasn't difficult to find on the Internet. A Russian blogger had discussed it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen action-packed thriller that will be a bestseller 11. Juli 2014
Von Harriet Klausner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Bones Never Lie
Kathy Reichs
Bantam, Sep 23 2014, $27.00
ISBN: 9780345544018

Though fighting a bad cold, forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan arrives at the Charlotte-Meckenberg Law Enforcement Center for a meeting with Cold Case Unit Chief Honor Barrow. Also attending are Vermont Detective Umpie Rodas, homicide cop Skinny Slidell and NC SBI Agent Beau Tinker. Rodas explains the known cold case details death of tweener Nellie Gower and the similar information he found in the FBI Violent Criminal Apprehension Program re the death of eleven years old Lizzie Nance in Charlotte. The New England cop also says DNA found on Nellie matched that of Canadian serial killer Anique Pomerleau. Stunned Bones thinks she has a second chance to nab the monster who got away when she worked in Montreal. Slidell brings in the working case file of missing thirteen years old Michelle Leal who shares the same traits as the dead victims.

Bones wonders if Pomerleau found where she lives so came to town for a new round of taunting killings. As the clock ticks away for Shelley, Barrow asks Bones to find quickly missing Detective Andrew Ryan who worked the original case with her; as he may bring a different perspective to the hunt for this diabolical psychopath.

The latest Bones forensics police procedural is a fresh investigation into finding a female serial killer before the apparent next victim dies; ironically the storyline will remind readers of Criminal Minds. Besides suffering from a cold that humanizes Bones, the obsessed protagonist thrives on a second opportunity to end her adversary's reign of terror, but she prays it is before Shelley and other girls die.

Harriet Klausner
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