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BOOK REVIEW: THE DEVIL'S BONES
BY JEFFERSON BASS
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Most everything you wanted to know about fire and cremation can be learned by reading The Devilís Bones. When Mary Latham was found dead in a car destroyed by fire in a field at her farm, Bill Brockton was asked to give assistance to the police. The husband is suspected of the murder but he can prove he was out of town at the time.
The first step in Brocktonís investigation was to burn up two cars at the Body Farm with a body in each car. One was a body that had been dead for sometime and the other was a recent death.
Brocktonís attorney makes a special request, which leads Brockton to investigate cremation procedures. It seems that his attorneyís auntís remains had been returned to his uncle but he was convinced that something was wrong. When Brockton visits the crematorium where the aunt was cremated he makes a horrible discovery that seems almost impossible but it is real.
To add to the suspense Garland Hamilton, the man that murdered Brocktonís girlfriend had escaped from prison and was out to kill Brockton.
The three seemingly unrelated problems are blended together to make The Devilís Bones an excellent and informative read. This is the third novel in the Body Farm series.
REVIEWED BY PATRICIA REID
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