The bones of the dead "speak" to Kathy Reichs

Forensic anthropologist and best-selling author Kathy Reichs on her latest book "Speaking in Bones", and her work as part of a team that excavated mass graves in Guatemala.
Best-selling author Kathy Reichs (Marie-Reine Mattera)
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Kathy Reichs reads bones. She's a forensic anthropologist, the author of 18 best-selling Temperance Brennan murder mystery novels, and the inspiration for the hit TV series, Bones. This week she talks to guest host Karin Wells about her latest book, Speaking in Bones, and about testifying as a forensic expert at international genocide and war tribunals, and working at Ground Zero after 9/11.

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