Book: Grave Secrets by Kathy Reichs (Bones #5)

Temperance Brennan and a team are in Guatemala recovering the remains of 23 murder victims in the bottom of a well. These people were viciously murdered 20 years ago. It’s heartbreaking excavating these people. What’s worse is those who are guarding them likely know what happened or took part in it.

But shots ring out and they are under fire. The same violence that took these lives continues today.

Tempe receives an additional request from the Guatemalan Government. Four women of a higher class have gone missing. They would like her expertise in solving this case as remains have turned up in a septic tank.

Why were these people massacred? Is she able to identify them all? Does she find the remains of all four missing girls? Who’s in the septic tank?

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Book: Ground Zero (The X-Files #3) by Kevin J. Anderson

A man seeks revenge for the annihilation of his entire tribe and culture. They were all destroyed by nuclear bomb testing. He barely survived as a child.

Now, Mulder and Scully are going to a secret base in California where a nuclear scientist has died by nuclear bomb, only there was not a nuclear bomb. It’s a puzzling X File. While there several more cases pop up of death by the same way.

The case takes them full circle back to the island for another secret and illegal nuclear test.

Who is the behind the killing? How is he killing when he’s not there? What happens on the island the second time around? Do Mulder and Scully make it out alive?

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Book: The Cat Who Played Brahms by Lillian Jackson Braun (The Cat Who #5)

Qwill wants a break from the big city. Aunt Fannie overs to let him use her cabin in Moose County. He wants to write a crime novel.

However, the country is very, very different from the city. He takes up fishing to give himself something to do. But out on the lake he thinks he hears a murder.

He quickly becomes familiar with everyone in town and the places to eat. His cats seem to like the cabin. Koko learns how to use a tape player. He’s quite fond of classical music.

Did Qwill hear a murder? If so, does he solve it or Koko? Does Qwill take to the country and stay or head back to the big city?

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Vanish By Tess Gerritsen (Rizzoli & Isles 5)

Maura is overwhelmed by bodies coming into her morgue from an accident. Once she is finally done and preparing to leave she hears a sound from the freezer. When she finally checks it out she discovers one of the victims are actually alive. She calls for an ambulance and rushes her to the Emergency Room. Det. Jane Rizzoli is not faring much better. She is testifying in court and worried about her baby because she’s well past her due date. While on the stand her water breaks and she gets rushed to the Emergency Room too.

The woman Maura found alive is named Fierce Olena. She’s dedicated herself to destroying someone in the government who turned her friends into slaves and murdered them. She causes so much trouble in the hospital that they evacuate it. However, not everyone got out. Fierce has taken Jane and other people hostage inside the hospital. Tense negations take place while Jane’s husband, FBI agent Gabriel Dean, tries to find out who the hostage takers are. The Feds swoop in and kill all the hostage takers saving the day. But the fact that they took the bodies and the evidence doesn’t sit well with Jane.

Who’s the person responsible for the murders that triggered Fierce Olena? What does Jane name the baby? Why did the Feds take everything? Are they hiding something?

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Book: The Xibalba Murders (Lara McClintoch Archaeological Mystery #1) by Lyn Hamilton

Lara McClintoch is newly divorced from her now ex-husband and ex-business partner Clive. To relax and recover from the loss of her marriage and business she takes a trip to Mexico. She’s going to meet an older archaeologist who she is attracted to.

Her trip doesn’t go as planned. When she arrives her beau disappears before she even gets to see him. Her trip continues to go sideways. She witnesses the robbery of an antiquity. Then she finds a dead body in a museum. All this excitement make her a person of interest for the police.

What is the antiquity that was stolen? Who is the dead body? Where is Lara’s beau?

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Book: Bones of Betrayal by Jefferson Bass (Body Farm #4)

This book left me speechless. Clearly, my high school history class left a lot out.

Dr. Brockton is called to Oak Ridge to assist with removal of a body from a frozen pool. The victim turns out to be Leonard Novak, a scientist from the Oak Ridge facility of the Manhattan Project.

The autopsy takes a life-threatening turn for Dr. Garcia and Miranda. In a single moment, a small pebble, which turns out to be highly radioactive, changes their lives forever. As both get hit with radiation levels that are extremely high. Dr. Garcia got more exposure than anyone because the body was in the morgue for nearly 24 hours and he was exposed for over 10 hours. He also held the pebble in his hands. Miranda also held it with her fingers but only for seconds.

This book covers a lot of history regarding the Manhattan Project. It weaves a tale of murders, revenge, espionage, betrayal and lives destroyed.

Who killed Leonard Novak? What secret was he being blackmailed about? What was the radiation source that Miranda and Dr. Garcia were exposed to? Do they survive the radiations effects?

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Book: Brandy and Bullets (Murder, She Wrote #4) by Jessica Fletcher

Cabot Cove is rocked to the core. The Worrell Institute has been sold to investors. They convert it to an art colony. The citizens of Cabot Cove are afraid the artists will ruin their town.

Everything is going smoothly until someone dies in the colony. Jessica is sent in undercover. She doesn’t do undercover very well. Many of the artists in residence take notice of her attempts to uncover the truth about the colony. She gets stonewalled.

Who killed the poor girl? What are the art colonies secrets? Does Jessica solve yet another murder?

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