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I've read all of the Body Farm novels. Each one is written well and keeps your interest right up to the end. Read morePublished 2 days ago by L. Parker
Never before was I so fascinated in nuclear material and accidents. What a wonderful tale that brings intrigue, nostalgia from a world war (loved the going back in time and finding... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Mrs. Christi M. Schultz
This one was missing much of what I have found I really love in the Body Farm books. The dorky humor was there, but it sort of fell flat this time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by TJFox
I found this book to be more of a history lesson than a book about forensics and the body farm. Very confusing; jumped around a lot.Published 3 months ago by kim
Hard to put down, so I read it in one reading. One of the joys of being retired. Lots of history, forensic techniques and dangers for Dr Bill and his colleagues. Read morePublished 5 months ago by jdp
Dr Bill Brockton’s latest case is one of his most complicated yet . . . and his life continues to be even more complicated that the mystery. Read morePublished 5 months ago by morehumanthanhuman
Ii have been hooked on the books that were written by Jefferson and Bass. The books are suspenseful and make you want to keep turning the pages and read more.Published 5 months ago by ToddA
Like all the Body Farm novels, this one has some descriptive content that a few people might find objectionable, but I'm not sure why they'd be attracted in the first place. Read morePublished 8 months ago by CrazyJaneSavage
Bones of Betrayal follows Brockton as he investigates the death of Dr. Leonard Novak, a prominent physicist involved in the 1940s with helping to create the atomic bomb that would... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Adan Ramie