Without Mercy Epub Þ Hardcover

Without Mercy Epub Þ Hardcover

Without Mercy (Body Farm, #10) [Download] ➵ Without Mercy (Body Farm, #10) Author Jefferson Bass – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk In the most suspenseful installment of the New York Times nestselling Body Farm series to date forensic anthropologist Dr Bill Brockton investigates a bizarre murder—and confronts a deadly enemy he In the most suspenseful installment of the New York Times nestselling Body Farm series to date forensic anthropologist Dr Bill Brockton investigates a bizarre murder—and confronts a deadly enemy he thought he’d put behind bars for goodForensic anthropologist Bill Brockton has spent twenty five years solving brutal murders—but none so bizarre and merciless as his latest case A ravaged set of skeletal remains is found chained to a tree on a remote mountainside As Brockton and his assistant Miranda dig deeper they uncover warning signs of a deadly eruption of hatred and violenceBut the shocking case is only the beginning of Brockton’s trials Mid case the unthinkable happens The deadliest criminal Brockton has ever foiled—the sadistic serial killer Nick Satterfield—escapes from prison bent on vengeanceBut simply killing Brockton isn’t enough Satterfield wants to make him suffer first by destroying everything he holds dear Brockton’s son daughter in law grandsons; even Miranda his longtime graduate assistant now on the verge of completing her PhD and launching a forensic career of her ownThe dangers from all directions force Brockton to uestion two things on which he’s based his entire career—the justice system and the uality of mercy—and to wonder can the two co existIf not which will Brockton choose in his ultimate moment of truth.


10 thoughts on “Without Mercy (Body Farm, #10)

  1. Matt Matt says:

    Bass sets out to stun and tantalise readers with the tenth novel in the highly acclaimed Body Farm series When Dr Bill Brockton and his longtime assistant Miranda are called to an apparent crime scene in Cooke County no one is uite sure what to make of it all A large tree with a deeply gouged ring in its bark and a small pile of leg bones is the only signs of any crime though even Brockton is unable to provide a timeline It is only upon further investigation that Brockton is able to discern that a body was at one time chained to a tree only to become human bait and devoured by a bear This would explain the lack of bones and all but makes identification impossible Back at the University of Tennessee Brockton and Miranda begin work on the leg bones which helps narrow the search to a male of approximately twenty years of age Another item points in the direction of this being a hate crime perhaps white on black which sends the case into some interesting directions in the heart of the South Brockton and Miranda spend time debating and researching the rise of hate groups in the region only to realise that there are many whose ideologies converge on a decided vehemence towards the inferior races Meanwhile Nick Satterfield a serial killer that Brockton helped put away two decades before has been able to escape from prison and has but one item on his agenda; destroy the life of the fine doctor any way he can As Brockton and the authorities make a poignant discovery in their chain case everything points back to Satterfield as if this was all an attempt to lure Brockton out into the open With no chance he'll rest while Satterfield is on the loose Brockton must become bait to the one man that has haunted him for the past twenty years However revenge is usually served without a shred of mercy which does not bode well for another tied to Brockton Bass continues to shine in another novel that will keep the reader interested as they find themselves educated on the intricacies of forensics and crime fightingI have long been a fan of Bass and the Body Farm series through its twists and turns both in the present and in throwback novels While Bass works with a core set of characters those who make brief appearances always fit so nicely into the larger storylines and provide needed expertise to keep the forensics of each case as detailed as possible Bass will also offer the reader brief biographies of these characters which helps place them as well as reminding series fans of how they fit into the larger Bill Brockton timeline Offering both crime related character development and that of a personal nature Bass is able to keep the reader hooked on two levels and series regulars have come to expect the dual progression While the area of forensic anthropology lends itself to bones and the stories they tell there is both a unifying and differentiating aspect to the science Unifying in that we are all the same on a skeletal level; bones of the same colour and contour It is only when examining closely that our differences both between genders and cultural groups become apparent at least in shape and measurement Bass seeks to explore the unity aspect throughout this book when exploring his 'man chained to tree' plot line but it does bleed into a classroom setting for a brief period of the novel What begins as an apparent hate crime that echoes back to the 1960s turns out to have strong ties to a recent hatred brewing between 'Americans' and immigrants Without divulging too much the argument about immigration over the decades and how hate crimes have shifted somewhat becomes a prevalent topic There remains a strong narrative that we are all the same underneath our skin and cultural practices which weaves itself into the story without getting too sappy On a lighter note I can also express that Bass tends to truly bring the story 'home' by using linguistics nuances of the region which substantiates to the reader that we're in Knoxville and not the Brahmin neighbourhoods of New England I find this approach uniue and very much appreciated even if I have to slow down to process on occasion Refreshing in its presentation and highly informative on many levels Kudos Messrs Jefferson and Bass for another great novel I have to wonder if due to some of the plots presented in this novel things are either soon to dwindle or take a few new twists I am eager to see where you take readers next Likehate the review? An ever growing collection of others appears at


  2. Rob Rob says:

    Book 10 in The Body Farm series published 2016I’m always grateful when I read a book that broadens my horizons and ‘Without Mercy’ definitely meets that reuirementIt’s a success on four levels1 It’s a good thriller2 It’s a good mystery3 It’s a great introduction to Forensic Anthropology4 Last but not least it’s a big poke in the eye to the white supremacy movementWhen the local police find a skeleton up in the back country their first port of call is Dr Bill Brockton Dr Brockton is a leading forensic anthropologist and he also runs the world famous Body Farm projectWith just a few bones many chewed to next to nothing by animals Dr Brockton discovers the race age and gender of the deceased This information plus other items found with the skeleton lead the police to believe that this was a vindictively cruel hate crimeUnfortunately for Dr Brockton as an indirect result of his involvement in this case he his family and work colleagues are now all in extreme danger from a recently escaped homicidal maniacSome of the content decomposing bodies might not be to everyone’s liking But if you bear with it you’re information base will be greatly expandedI really enjoyed the book and give it a 4 star recommendation


  3. Cindy McBride Cindy McBride says:

    I have read all the Body Farm books and thoroughly enjoyed each one So imagine my surprise and disappointment to find that by the 30% mark the author devolves into a largely irrelevant diatribe uite clearly injecting his own political agenda into the storyline not simply in a line or two but for a couple of pages complete with book titles authors' names and obviously biased synopses of content Truly I don't care whether an author holds opinions which fall on the left or the right side of politics but I DO resent having either side shoved down my throat when the story plot doesn't reuire that it be done The particular two characters spouting this rhetoric do so at a point in the investigation way too early for making the observations and coming to the conclusions that they do making those judgments all the unbelievable and inflammatory I really hate when authors do this FINAL REVIEW Nope Can't do it If you're a far left wing advocate who believes Christians are essentially bad racist everything phobic and that our most classified military bases are easily compromised this is a REAL joke folks; Ft Campbell is mentioned a place I visited several times during my career and worked for and with for decades and I can tell you it is most definitely NOT easily compromised There are numerous security gates in place just to get inside the compound and checks to get into the various buildings and that's not even considering the stringent background checks reuired to work there in any capacity whatsoever then you'll probably love this book If you're a moderate Christian not a slathering Mad Hatter don't look for any lines that portray you in even a remotely positive light we're all kind of lumped into this mixed bag of extremists who hate anyone who doesn't believe the things we do Hell we're much worse than ISIS because we're way insidious and self righteous I was extremely disappointed in and than a little offended by Bass's portrayal of just about everything even slightly conservative as being somehow heinous and anti American Sorry but this will be the last book by Jefferson Bass that I'll buy and I wish I could get my money back on this one Couldn't even finish it


  4. Julie (JuJu) Julie (JuJu) says:

    This was an audio book I listened to while on a road trip with my husband It was definitely one that was interesting to both of us


  5. Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede says:

    I have wanted to try out a book in this series for a long time and was glad to finally take time to get the latest published book to see if the series is for meWithout Mercy is the 10th book in the Body Farm series about forensic anthropologist Dr Bill Brockton Brockton must in this book deal with a brutal murder case when skeletal remains are found on a remote mountainside And if that's not enough for him to deal with does he learn while trying to discover about the identity of the skeleton and who killed him that serial killer Nick Satterfield that he helped put away twenty years ago has escapedSince this is the first book I have read were the characters all new to me and I came to like them very much Bill Brockton to his graduate assistant Miranda has an easy going relationship lots of funny moments as well as serious ones and I felt after a while that I really wanted to read the previous books thanks both to them and to the fact that I enjoyed the slow progress of learning about the skeletal remain Adding a serial killer to the mix added some tension to the story and also tragic moments Without Mercy is a great book and I'm looking forward to reading books in the series


  6. Ethan Ethan says:

    Some days I think we're making progress Other days I think the problem is just human nature itself stretching all the way back to Adam and EveA couple of years ago I had the pleasure of reviewing The Inuisitor's Key by the fabulous Jefferson Bass duo That novel was my first introduction to their Body Farm series featuring forensic anthropologist Dr Bill Brockton I really enjoyed reading that novel and appreciated the way Bass crafted a story that was both a religious thriller and brilliant character study When I was contacted by the publisher to read Bass's latest novel Without Mercy I jumped at the opportunity Dr Bill Brockton heads up The Body Farm a University of Tennessee institution that he founded and maintains Assisted by his doctoral student Miranda Brockton has become a leading name in anthropology and one of law enforcement's go to guys His latest assignment finds Brockton investigating the partial remains of a person who seems to have been chained to a tree and left for dead Without a full skeleton and with limited evidence that was tarnished by time Dr Brockton finds himself facing one of the most gruesome crimes of his career On top of the usual vigor of his job Brockton also faces some added stress on the personal front Miranda his student and assistant is presenting her thesis soon and is beginning to look for a place to start her career Unable to face the implications of this impending vacancy Brockton buries himself in the one place he always feels safe his work But even his job is beginning to abandon him With advancements in technology and methodology exceeding Brockton's own expertise he begins to uestion his relevance in the field that he's devoted his life to Just when everything is looking grim things get even worse Brockton receives word that Nick Satterfield a sadistic murderer who he helped put behind bars has escaped from prison Suddenly he is forced into facing a nemesis that he thought he was done with With the added pressures of both his personal and professional life caving in on him Brockton fears for both his sanity and his life In Without Mercy the tenth installment in the series Jefferson Bass presents a fast paced mystery that will have you reading into all hours of the night Beyond the thriller it is the intense depth of Brockton's character that will leave a lasting impression I was riveted by the way Brockton faced the threat of becoming obsolete in a field that he pioneered Even though I am not a faithful reader of the series Bass's writing helped me to grasp the context and emotional implications of the characters Even with an ending that veered a bit too far from reality Without Mercy is a solid thriller that provides everything a fan of the genre is looking for


  7. Louise Carlson Stowell Louise Carlson Stowell says:

    I received the book as a goodreads giveaway and got into it right away I have read other Jefferson Bass books in the series as well as Bill Bass's Body Farm biographies and have always enjoyed the wonderful stories within themFirst of all I loved the plot twists A couple little predictable things but the tension was good enough to wake during the night to keep on reading I even found myself tearing up in a couple of places The human element is what I like and have always liked in the Jefferson Bass books Instead of the cold calculating scientific persona Dr Bill Broxton is presented as a sympathetic average guy trying to figure out the problems that arise around him at the University of Tennessee his state and in his personal lifeI was on the edge of my seat most of the time Knowing that the crime presented in the book was based on an actual crime similar to it is a chilling thought It is frightening to even begin to try and wrap your head around what the human mind is capable of coming up with against it's fellow man animals and environment I also love the fact that with each book Dr Bass presents anthropological information that isn't above the reads head or makes you feel like an idiot he doesn't talk down to you but treats the reader as an eual Kudos As always the duo of Jefferson and Bass have come up with a really great read If you love a good mystery combined with the human element and forensic anthropology I highly recommend this book


  8. Zoe Zoe says:

    Dark disturbingly absorbing and incredibly creepyThis is an insightful thriller that reminds us that even though we've come so far there's still a lot of hatred out thereIt is gripping story about cruelty captivity violence revenge murder and ultimately evilThe writing is crisp and clear The usual 'Body Farm' characters are back led by the intelligent witty persistent Dr Brockton as well as some new sadistic malicious ones And the plot along with several subplots will have you intrigued mystified surprised and gripping the edge of your seat from start to finishIt's hard to believe this is already the tenth novel in the 'Body Farm' series but boy it's a good one If you haven't read any of the previous 'Body Farm' novels I would definitely think about picking one of those up as wellThank you to Edelweiss especially William Morrow for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest reviewAll my reviews can be found on my blog at whatsbetterthanbookscom


  9. Lauri Lauri says:

    I received this book as an ARC through Goodreads I would perhaps give the story a 4 but the politics in the story a minus 5 Average thus is 1 star It was just over the top I mean why would you even mention Donald Trump's name in a book when it has no real significance to the storyAs I think back to other Jefferson Bass books I've read they tend to center around gun toting crazy people This book just made it clearer what the author's political stance is It was just too much So if you are a liberal and believe like Hillary Clinton that all Republicans are deplorables this is the book for you For me though I think this is the last Jefferson Bass book I will ever read


  10. Yellagirlgc Yellagirlgc says:

    I received a review copy from Edelweiss for my honest feedback Bill his assistant Miranda are investigating a possible hate crime While working in the Body Farm The interaction between the characters was well written I liked the relationships you could tell had developed I want to know 'what happens next' in their lives I would recommend this author


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10 thoughts on “Without Mercy (Body Farm, #10)

  1. Matt Matt says:

    Bass sets out to stun and tantalise readers with the tenth novel in the highly acclaimed Body Farm series When Dr Bill Brockton and his longtime assistant Miranda are called to an apparent crime scene in Cooke County no one is uite sure what to make of it all A large tree with a deeply gouged ring in its bark and a small pile of leg bones is the only signs of any crime though even Brockton is unable to provide a timeline It is only upon further investigation that Brockton is able to discern that a body was at one time chained to a tree only to become human bait and devoured by a bear This would explain the lack of bones and all but makes identification impossible Back at the University of Tennessee Brockton and Miranda begin work on the leg bones which helps narrow the search to a male of approximately twenty years of age Another item points in the direction of this being a hate crime perhaps white on black which sends the case into some interesting directions in the heart of the South Brockton and Miranda spend time debating and researching the rise of hate groups in the region only to realise that there are many whose ideologies converge on a decided vehemence towards the inferior races Meanwhile Nick Satterfield a serial killer that Brockton helped put away two decades before has been able to escape from prison and has but one item on his agenda; destroy the life of the fine doctor any way he can As Brockton and the authorities make a poignant discovery in their chain case everything points back to Satterfield as if this was all an attempt to lure Brockton out into the open With no chance he'll rest while Satterfield is on the loose Brockton must become bait to the one man that has haunted him for the past twenty years However revenge is usually served without a shred of mercy which does not bode well for another tied to Brockton Bass continues to shine in another novel that will keep the reader interested as they find themselves educated on the intricacies of forensics and crime fightingI have long been a fan of Bass and the Body Farm series through its twists and turns both in the present and in throwback novels While Bass works with a core set of characters those who make brief appearances always fit so nicely into the larger storylines and provide needed expertise to keep the forensics of each case as detailed as possible Bass will also offer the reader brief biographies of these characters which helps place them as well as reminding series fans of how they fit into the larger Bill Brockton timeline Offering both crime related character development and that of a personal nature Bass is able to keep the reader hooked on two levels and series regulars have come to expect the dual progression While the area of forensic anthropology lends itself to bones and the stories they tell there is both a unifying and differentiating aspect to the science Unifying in that we are all the same on a skeletal level; bones of the same colour and contour It is only when examining closely that our differences both between genders and cultural groups become apparent at least in shape and measurement Bass seeks to explore the unity aspect throughout this book when exploring his 'man chained to tree' plot line but it does bleed into a classroom setting for a brief period of the novel What begins as an apparent hate crime that echoes back to the 1960s turns out to have strong ties to a recent hatred brewing between 'Americans' and immigrants Without divulging too much the argument about immigration over the decades and how hate crimes have shifted somewhat becomes a prevalent topic There remains a strong narrative that we are all the same underneath our skin and cultural practices which weaves itself into the story without getting too sappy On a lighter note I can also express that Bass tends to truly bring the story 'home' by using linguistics nuances of the region which substantiates to the reader that we're in Knoxville and not the Brahmin neighbourhoods of New England I find this approach uniue and very much appreciated even if I have to slow down to process on occasion Refreshing in its presentation and highly informative on many levels Kudos Messrs Jefferson and Bass for another great novel I have to wonder if due to some of the plots presented in this novel things are either soon to dwindle or take a few new twists I am eager to see where you take readers next Likehate the review? An ever growing collection of others appears at

  2. Rob Rob says:

    Book 10 in The Body Farm series published 2016I’m always grateful when I read a book that broadens my horizons and ‘Without Mercy’ definitely meets that reuirementIt’s a success on four levels1 It’s a good thriller2 It’s a good mystery3 It’s a great introduction to Forensic Anthropology4 Last but not least it’s a big poke in the eye to the white supremacy movementWhen the local police find a skeleton up in the back country their first port of call is Dr Bill Brockton Dr Brockton is a leading forensic anthropologist and he also runs the world famous Body Farm projectWith just a few bones many chewed to next to nothing by animals Dr Brockton discovers the race age and gender of the deceased This information plus other items found with the skeleton lead the police to believe that this was a vindictively cruel hate crimeUnfortunately for Dr Brockton as an indirect result of his involvement in this case he his family and work colleagues are now all in extreme danger from a recently escaped homicidal maniacSome of the content decomposing bodies might not be to everyone’s liking But if you bear with it you’re information base will be greatly expandedI really enjoyed the book and give it a 4 star recommendation

  3. Cindy McBride Cindy McBride says:

    I have read all the Body Farm books and thoroughly enjoyed each one So imagine my surprise and disappointment to find that by the 30% mark the author devolves into a largely irrelevant diatribe uite clearly injecting his own political agenda into the storyline not simply in a line or two but for a couple of pages complete with book titles authors' names and obviously biased synopses of content Truly I don't care whether an author holds opinions which fall on the left or the right side of politics but I DO resent having either side shoved down my throat when the story plot doesn't reuire that it be done The particular two characters spouting this rhetoric do so at a point in the investigation way too early for making the observations and coming to the conclusions that they do making those judgments all the unbelievable and inflammatory I really hate when authors do this FINAL REVIEW Nope Can't do it If you're a far left wing advocate who believes Christians are essentially bad racist everything phobic and that our most classified military bases are easily compromised this is a REAL joke folks; Ft Campbell is mentioned a place I visited several times during my career and worked for and with for decades and I can tell you it is most definitely NOT easily compromised There are numerous security gates in place just to get inside the compound and checks to get into the various buildings and that's not even considering the stringent background checks reuired to work there in any capacity whatsoever then you'll probably love this book If you're a moderate Christian not a slathering Mad Hatter don't look for any lines that portray you in even a remotely positive light we're all kind of lumped into this mixed bag of extremists who hate anyone who doesn't believe the things we do Hell we're much worse than ISIS because we're way insidious and self righteous I was extremely disappointed in and than a little offended by Bass's portrayal of just about everything even slightly conservative as being somehow heinous and anti American Sorry but this will be the last book by Jefferson Bass that I'll buy and I wish I could get my money back on this one Couldn't even finish it

  4. Julie (JuJu) Julie (JuJu) says:

    This was an audio book I listened to while on a road trip with my husband It was definitely one that was interesting to both of us

  5. Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede says:

    I have wanted to try out a book in this series for a long time and was glad to finally take time to get the latest published book to see if the series is for meWithout Mercy is the 10th book in the Body Farm series about forensic anthropologist Dr Bill Brockton Brockton must in this book deal with a brutal murder case when skeletal remains are found on a remote mountainside And if that's not enough for him to deal with does he learn while trying to discover about the identity of the skeleton and who killed him that serial killer Nick Satterfield that he helped put away twenty years ago has escapedSince this is the first book I have read were the characters all new to me and I came to like them very much Bill Brockton to his graduate assistant Miranda has an easy going relationship lots of funny moments as well as serious ones and I felt after a while that I really wanted to read the previous books thanks both to them and to the fact that I enjoyed the slow progress of learning about the skeletal remain Adding a serial killer to the mix added some tension to the story and also tragic moments Without Mercy is a great book and I'm looking forward to reading books in the series

  6. Ethan Ethan says:

    Some days I think we're making progress Other days I think the problem is just human nature itself stretching all the way back to Adam and EveA couple of years ago I had the pleasure of reviewing The Inuisitor's Key by the fabulous Jefferson Bass duo That novel was my first introduction to their Body Farm series featuring forensic anthropologist Dr Bill Brockton I really enjoyed reading that novel and appreciated the way Bass crafted a story that was both a religious thriller and brilliant character study When I was contacted by the publisher to read Bass's latest novel Without Mercy I jumped at the opportunity Dr Bill Brockton heads up The Body Farm a University of Tennessee institution that he founded and maintains Assisted by his doctoral student Miranda Brockton has become a leading name in anthropology and one of law enforcement's go to guys His latest assignment finds Brockton investigating the partial remains of a person who seems to have been chained to a tree and left for dead Without a full skeleton and with limited evidence that was tarnished by time Dr Brockton finds himself facing one of the most gruesome crimes of his career On top of the usual vigor of his job Brockton also faces some added stress on the personal front Miranda his student and assistant is presenting her thesis soon and is beginning to look for a place to start her career Unable to face the implications of this impending vacancy Brockton buries himself in the one place he always feels safe his work But even his job is beginning to abandon him With advancements in technology and methodology exceeding Brockton's own expertise he begins to uestion his relevance in the field that he's devoted his life to Just when everything is looking grim things get even worse Brockton receives word that Nick Satterfield a sadistic murderer who he helped put behind bars has escaped from prison Suddenly he is forced into facing a nemesis that he thought he was done with With the added pressures of both his personal and professional life caving in on him Brockton fears for both his sanity and his life In Without Mercy the tenth installment in the series Jefferson Bass presents a fast paced mystery that will have you reading into all hours of the night Beyond the thriller it is the intense depth of Brockton's character that will leave a lasting impression I was riveted by the way Brockton faced the threat of becoming obsolete in a field that he pioneered Even though I am not a faithful reader of the series Bass's writing helped me to grasp the context and emotional implications of the characters Even with an ending that veered a bit too far from reality Without Mercy is a solid thriller that provides everything a fan of the genre is looking for

  7. Louise Carlson Stowell Louise Carlson Stowell says:

    I received the book as a goodreads giveaway and got into it right away I have read other Jefferson Bass books in the series as well as Bill Bass's Body Farm biographies and have always enjoyed the wonderful stories within themFirst of all I loved the plot twists A couple little predictable things but the tension was good enough to wake during the night to keep on reading I even found myself tearing up in a couple of places The human element is what I like and have always liked in the Jefferson Bass books Instead of the cold calculating scientific persona Dr Bill Broxton is presented as a sympathetic average guy trying to figure out the problems that arise around him at the University of Tennessee his state and in his personal lifeI was on the edge of my seat most of the time Knowing that the crime presented in the book was based on an actual crime similar to it is a chilling thought It is frightening to even begin to try and wrap your head around what the human mind is capable of coming up with against it's fellow man animals and environment I also love the fact that with each book Dr Bass presents anthropological information that isn't above the reads head or makes you feel like an idiot he doesn't talk down to you but treats the reader as an eual Kudos As always the duo of Jefferson and Bass have come up with a really great read If you love a good mystery combined with the human element and forensic anthropology I highly recommend this book

  8. Zoe Zoe says:

    Dark disturbingly absorbing and incredibly creepyThis is an insightful thriller that reminds us that even though we've come so far there's still a lot of hatred out thereIt is gripping story about cruelty captivity violence revenge murder and ultimately evilThe writing is crisp and clear The usual 'Body Farm' characters are back led by the intelligent witty persistent Dr Brockton as well as some new sadistic malicious ones And the plot along with several subplots will have you intrigued mystified surprised and gripping the edge of your seat from start to finishIt's hard to believe this is already the tenth novel in the 'Body Farm' series but boy it's a good one If you haven't read any of the previous 'Body Farm' novels I would definitely think about picking one of those up as wellThank you to Edelweiss especially William Morrow for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest reviewAll my reviews can be found on my blog at whatsbetterthanbookscom

  9. Lauri Lauri says:

    I received this book as an ARC through Goodreads I would perhaps give the story a 4 but the politics in the story a minus 5 Average thus is 1 star It was just over the top I mean why would you even mention Donald Trump's name in a book when it has no real significance to the storyAs I think back to other Jefferson Bass books I've read they tend to center around gun toting crazy people This book just made it clearer what the author's political stance is It was just too much So if you are a liberal and believe like Hillary Clinton that all Republicans are deplorables this is the book for you For me though I think this is the last Jefferson Bass book I will ever read

  10. Yellagirlgc Yellagirlgc says:

    I received a review copy from Edelweiss for my honest feedback Bill his assistant Miranda are investigating a possible hate crime While working in the Body Farm The interaction between the characters was well written I liked the relationships you could tell had developed I want to know 'what happens next' in their lives I would recommend this author

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