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Monday Mourning: A Novel

Written by:
Kathy Reichs
Narrated by:
Michele Pawk

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
June 2004
9 hours 51 minutes
Internationally acclaimed forensic anthropologist and New York Times bestselling author Kathy Reichs explores Stockholm syndrome—the psychology of a captive submitting to the ideology of a captor—in this mesmerizing new thriller.

The bones of three young women are unearthed in the basement of a Montreal pizza parlor, and forensic anthropologist Tempe Brennan has unsolved murder on her mind as she examines the shallowly buried remains. Coming up against a homicide cop who is convinced the dead have been entombed on the site for centuries, Tempe perseveres, even as her own relationship with Detective Andrew Ryan is at a delicate turning point. In the lab, the clean, well-preserved bones offer few clues. But when carbon-14 dating confirms her hunch that these were recent deaths despite the antique buttons found near the bodies, Tempe finds herself drawn deep into a web of evil from which there may be no escape. Women have disappeared, never to return...and she may be next.
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Annie Ludwig

This was very good. It kept me in my car longer than my normal commute. As always I would reccommend Kathy Reichs' books

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Simone M

This book didn't grip me and I wasn't compelled to keep listening. I did finish the book eventually.

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Paula Fulford


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This was my first book by Kathy Reichs. I had seen a few episode of the TV series. Must say the book is better. Michele Pawk did a good job reading and pronouncing the French words. Look forward to more stories. Enjoy the fact the story takes place in Canada.

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This was an interesting book, but I couldn't rate it over a 3. It was interesting, but it definitely didn't excite me.

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This book is like here others, both in the writing and the reader. I personally enjoy them, and the details of how she goes about her job as the story unfolds. I'm not the biggest who dun'it fan, but I guess the details of the science speaks to the Engineer in me.

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