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Fatal Voyage [Mass Market Paperback]

Kathy Reichs
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Temperance “Tempe” Brennan faces down the demons of her past in the seventeenth thriller in Kathy Reichs’s phenomenally successful Bones series. In her new book, Bones Never Lie, Reichs never fails to satisfy readers looking for psychological suspense that’s more than skin-deep. Shop now.
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July 1 2002 Temperance Brennan Novels
"Fans of TV's CSI: Crime Scene Investigation should be in heaven" (People) stepping into the world of forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan, star of Kathy Reichs' electrifyingly authentic bestsellers.

She has a passion for the truth . . . and this time, it's taking her down.

A commercial airliner disaster has brought Tempe Brennan to the North Carolina mountains as a member of the investigative agency DMORT. As bomb theories abound, Tempe soon discovers a jarring piece of evidence that raises dangerous questions -- and gets her thrown from the DMORT team. Relentless in her pursuit of its significance, Tempe uncovers a shocking, multilayered tale of deceit and depravity as she probes her way into frightening territory -- where someone wants her stopped in her tracks.

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When forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan joins the Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team mobilized to investigate an airplane crash in North Carolina's Smoky Mountains, she literally stumbles on a body part that doesn't match up with the remains of any of the plane's passengers. The leg she grabs out of the jaws of a coyote feeding on the carnage scattered around the site belongs to an unidentified elderly man, and seems to have no connection with the disaster. But an abandoned hunting lodge near the crash site does, although before Tempe can figure out exactly how they're linked, she's pulled off the DMORT unit and forced to stand idly by as her professional reputation goes up in flames. When Andrew Ryan, a detective familiar to readers of Kathy Reichs's earlier books (Deja Dead, Death du Jour, Deadly Decisions), appears on the scene, another mystery begins to unfold. There seems to be no trace of two men on the plane's manifest, Ryan's partner and his seatmate, a criminal who was being escorted back to Canada via Washington, D.C., the doomed flight's final destination, to stand trial for murder.

As usual, Reichs serves up a solid helping of forensic science as the DMORT operatives do their thing, and Tempe traces the remains of a man killed 40 years ago to a series of ritual murders of senior citizens, and further to those whose influence was responsible for her firing. Reichs keeps the narrative moving along despite the somewhat ponderous technical and scientific information; her pacing is brisk and her series heroine in fine form. Tempe's romantic life gets more interesting with every new adventure. A solid thriller that will please the best-selling author's regular readers and serve as a good introduction to new ones. --Jane Adams --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Called in to investigate a horrific North Carolina airplane crash, forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan (Tempe to her friends) finds that the bodies of the 88 young people on board have become inexplicably mixed up with evidence of an older crime and gets fired. It turns out a local politician has a vested interest to protect. Although Tempe deals with the details of death every working day, neither she nor her creator, real-life forensic scientist and university professor Kathy Reichs (Deadly Decisions, etc.) ever exploit those details for morbidity or melodrama. That restraint, rendered superbly by understated reader Borowitz and combined with a riveting plot, makes for a terrific audio package exciting and intelligent entertainment. Borowitz is perfectly cast as the 50-ish Brennan: wise, self-deprecating and funny. Simultaneous release with Scribner hardcover (Forecasts, May 21).

Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc.

--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A dose of science, and a fun mystery, too! April 2 2004
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I read this book as part of a forensic antropology class I am taking, and I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised by it. After starting another book on my reading list, THE BODY FARM by Patricia Cornwell, I quit Cornwell's book because I hated the soap-opera style and so-called scientific evidence in the story, which was so sad and inaccurate and bothersome that even I, a cinema student with just VERY minimal personal-interest background in forensic anthropology, could see huge gaping holes from square one. Fearing the same for Reichs's book, but needing to complete my assignment just the same, I started reading FATAL VOYAGE, and was pleasantly surprised. I am not a huge fan of the mystery genre, preferring nonfiction reads, but I did find that this book had a healthy dose of science along with its generally intriguing plotline, and it did hold my interest. I do have a few complaints about conveniently placed evidence (an untrainted dog happens to sniff out a key cadaver, the mysterious foot that started the whole thing is just lying there), and too contrived plot lines, but I was pretty happy with the scientific methodology presented in this story. Granted, I don't know a whole lot, but I didn't see any glaring errors. Anyway, if you like mystery, intrigue, and, of course, forensic anthropology, you will probably like this book. It's not on my all-time favorites list or anything, but at least I can say it is more of a nail-biting thriller, and less of a hair-pulling frustration, than is Cornwell's BODY FARM, and, dispite a few brow-raising coincidences, I obviously liked the book a bit, as I am here on Amazon buying a copy after checking out my initial read from the library.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Tempe Brennan strikes again. Aug. 4 2002
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Kathy Reichs' latest Tempe Brennan thriller takes place in the lesser-visited half of Brennan's two homes, North Carolina. When a commercial jetliner crashes into the mountains of North Carolina, Tempe Brennan answers the call to help dig through the devastation. Little does she know that even the horrors involved in this gruesome task will not be the worst she is going to face in the coming days and weeks.
Always one to take great pride in her work and her professionalism, Tempe is devastated when charges are brought against her and she is thrown from the DMORT investigation and recovery team. Determined to clear her name, Tempe soon finds herself in a web of deceit and corruption with a history - and a present - that will rock the state to its core.
As always, Reichs presents a crisp story with compelling characters and a beautiful tangle of mysteries. Readers often compare Tempe Brennan to Patricia Cornwell's Kay Scarpetta, and I can't say that I disagree with the assessment. However, I find that I am more willing to relate to Tempe Brennan than I am Kay Scarpetta, though I'm not sure why. Perhaps Reichs has not yet put Brennan in quite as many personally harrowing and extraordinary situations as Cornwell has placed Scarpetta in. Maybe it's the lack of multiple professional degrees (Scarpetta having both law and medical degrees). Or maybe it's just that Brennan is (marginally) closer to my age. Whatever it is, as much as I love Kay Scarpetta, I'm finding that I like Tempe Brennan even more.
I found Fatal Voyage to be very interesting, fast-paced, with believable characters and a plot that left your mind racing. I do think it would be of benefit to read Reichs' previous Brennan works to get a more complete feel for the characters and for Tempe's history, some of which plays into the plot of this novel. All in all, a great read, and does nothing to dissipate my overall admiration of Kathy Reichs.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Tempe Brennan and Andy Ryan solve a strange case March 15 2002
By Moe811
Tempe Brennan is called in to a plane crash in NC. Andy Ryan is there because his partner was escorting a prisoner back to Canada. They save a foot from coyotes, only to find that the foot doesn't belong to anyone on the flight's passenger list. As Tempe works on the identification, she finds that she is suddenly persona non grata at the crash site. Apparently the person who wants her off the site is none other that the Lieutenant Governor Dashwood. Why?
This is the best yet of Reichs' books. They seem to get better and better. I read it in one sitting, I was sleepy the next day at work, but I just couldn't put it down!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Actually a four and 3/4 star mystery! May 27 2004
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Wow. Great book. I had read Reich's before and enjoyed her, especially with the forensic science. For some reason, Reich is not near as dark as other current forensic novels. Though she involves the reader in the science, I don't think it is overdone. The plot of this book is way above most other plots in mysteries. I can actually see something like this happening. In my reading for my work in bioethics, just when you can't think man can do anything worse then what he has done, you find out otherwise.
There are so many types of prejudice out there. The thought that some men would feel that their intelligence and wealth puts them on a higher plane than other humans, and therefore, those who are less intelligent then them should provide for the needs of those more intelligent men, has it's basis in fact. James Watson, the discover of DNA, which Reich uses in her books and in her real-life jobs, has made statements about getting rid of the genome for 'ugly women' and those with disabilities. Other men have suggested using the disabled for organ donors (of course without their consent), and several European countries are allowing doctors to 'euthanize' at will, so here we have 'intelligent' men making God-like decision. Reich's plot is no big surprise, but it sure would scare me to be in that situation in finding a house with obvious burial spots with no explanations!
A very good read...very good plot, fair characterization, good science.
Karen Sadler
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Temperance Brennan gets a call to go check out a crash site. she goes there and finds out a mysterious foot that didn't belong to anyone at the crash. Read more
Published on Feb. 24 2004
4.0 out of 5 stars A gripping tale mixing forensics and warm characters
This was the first Kathy Reichs novel I read - and now I want to read all of her Temperence Brennan books! Read more
Published on Aug. 7 2003 by Amazon Customer
4.0 out of 5 stars Good forensic thriller!
A good mystery that kept me hooked. I could not wait to find out what was going to happen to Tempe. I liked the narrator too--she really developed the accents in her reading. Read more
Published on July 23 2003 by E. L. Weinhold
4.0 out of 5 stars Do Not Try to Read This Book with Dinner
I knew better, oh, I knew better, I had read the first two Temperance Brennan books and I knew that the author did not pull any punches with her descriptions of what a forensic... Read more
Published on June 21 2003 by Sires
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Tempe so far...
I have read all of Kathy Reichs' fiction so far and this is her best effort to date. It was a gruesome story and I have read this plot before but I enjoyed it. Read more
Published on June 12 2003 by "mrs99"
5.0 out of 5 stars a winner
This is the way crime fiction should be written-- accurate details, believable characters, and a complex plot expertly interwoven, topped off with a solution to the plane crash... Read more
Published on Dec 6 2002 by David Group
4.0 out of 5 stars Fatal Attraction For Forensic File Followers
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5.0 out of 5 stars A truly impressive author
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