August 27, 2011 Kathy Reichs, a forensic anthropologist, is the author of the books that inspired the Fox TV series Bones. Her latest novel kicks off with a gruesome discovery: a body stashed in a drum full of asphalt and tossed in a landfill at a North Carolina speedway.
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July 20, 2011 Novelist and TV producer Kathy Reichs returns with her latest crime adventure, journalist Judy Pasternak uncovers environmental injustice on the Navajo reservation, biographer Justin Spring explores the life of a sexual renegade, and marketing expert Paco Underhill explains the "science of female shopping."
August 25, 2010 Kathy Reich's Spider Bones, the 13th installment in a series of forensic thrillers, explores the sometimes tangled webs of the criminal justice system. Reichs explains that forensic anthropology is a valuable tool for cracking cold cases, but that solving crimes is rarely as easy as it seems on screen.
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June 14, 2008 For long-haul trucker Steve Brosnan, there's nothing like a murder mystery on audiobook to help him escape the monotony of the road. For a new series, "Roadside Reviews," Brosnan gives his take on selections by Patricia Cornwell and Kathy Reichs.
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