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Publisher Description

The gripping new Temperance Brennan novel from the world-class forensic anthropologist and Number 1 bestselling author Kathy Reichs.

A newborn baby is found wedged in a vanity cabinet in a rundown apartment near Montreal.

Dr Temperance Brennan, forensic anthropologist to the province of Quebec, is brought in to investigate. While there, she discovers the mummified remains of two more babies within the same room.

Shocked and distressed, Tempe must use all her skills and inner strength to focus on the facts. But when the autopsies reveal that the children died of unnatural causes, the hunt for the mother - a young woman with a seedy past and at least three aliases - is on.

The trail leads Tempe to Yellowknife, a cold, desolate diamond-mining town on the edge of the Arctic Circle, where her quest for the truth only throws up more questions, more secrets, and more dead bodies.

Taking risks and working alone, Tempe refuses to give up until she has discovered why the babies died. But in such a hostile environment, can she avoid being the next victim?

Crime & Thrillers
August 16
Random House

Customer Reviews

Mischa's ma ,

Bones Are Forever.

Another good read in the Tempe Brennan series. Well plotted. A good page turner.

cassidykew ,


Bones are forever .... I hope that is also true for Temperance Brennan!
I have waited patiently for the next chapter in Tempe's life and feel rewarded. I have thoroughly enjoyed Bones are forever. I must admit though I am impatient and hope that more is to come. I also feel teased by the relationship between Tempe and Ryan. I love theses characters! I hope Kathy Reichs continues to make reading this rewarding and satisfying.
I also want to thank Kathy Reichs for not only entertaining me with this 'edge of the seat' story line but for educating me and inspiring me to research Yellowknife and diamond mining, all very interesting.

Terglo ,

Not so good

I found this a bit boring. Not enough of what the story was about. Too much dwelling on the diamond trade. Not up to her usual standard.

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