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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Deja Dead by Kathy Reichs

(Originally published on my blog Your Rainy Day Reading List on 2/6/2013)

While completely different than the Dr. Temperance Brennan from Reichs' foray into television on the hit FOX show BONES, Reichs has woven a complicated web of murders.  Are they connected?  Are there multiple twisted killers, or is there one masterfully demented and disturbed mind behind all of the seemingly random slayings?

Reichs' Tempe Brennan is a likeable character, with clear strengths, endearing weaknesses, and is enough of an "every man" for any reader to relate to her.

Reichs also succeeds in recreating a mental Montreal and French Canadian setting, complete with the occasional French phrase, the cultural melting pot, and even the seedier "red light district."

Pick this one up if you like a thriller/mystery. You won't be disappointed with this well-crafted suspenseful murder mystery.

Go to Amazon for a copy of Deja Dead.

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