Kathy Reich's latest Temperance Brennan novel is an electrifying read — by far one of the best in this series. 206 Bones
is fast paced, cleverly developed, and will keep you guessing until nearly the end. In the beginning of this 12th Bones novel (not to be confused with the television show), Brennan awakes to find herself tied up in a pitch-black, unknown locale, with no recollection of how she got there. The story unfolds as she frantically tries to free herself and piece together bits and pieces of her memory to reveal how she got there and who is responsible.
206 Bones is an example of a forensic thriller at its best: It gets your heart beating double time, moves your emotions, and fills that geek need for totally useless forensic details that so many of us thrive on.