[KINDLE] ❄ Without Mercy (Body Farm, #10) ❧ Jefferson Bass – Thegreatwallonline.us

Without Mercy (Body Farm, #10) BOOKS Without Mercy Body Farm, 10 Author Jefferson Bass Bystricepodhostynem.eu 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 Good.Forensic 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 Violence.But 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 Vengeance.But 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 Ph.D And Launching A Forensic Career Of Her Own.The Dangers From All Directions Force Brockton To Question Two Things On Which He S Based His Entire Career The Justice System, And The Quality Of Mercy And To Wonder Can The Two Co Exist If Not, Which Will Brockton Choose In His Ultimate Moment Of Truth

[KINDLE] ❄ Without Mercy (Body Farm, #10)  ❧ Jefferson Bass – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Hardcover
  • 342 pages
  • Without Mercy (Body Farm, #10)
  • Jefferson Bass
  • English
  • 05 May 2017
  • 0062363190

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


  1. 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 quite 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 dis 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 quite 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...


  2. 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 quite 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,...


  3. says:

    Dark, disturbingly absorbing, and incredibly creepy This is an insightful thriller that reminds us that even though we ve come so far, there s still a lot of hatred out there.It is gripping story about cruelty, captivity, violence, revenge, murder, and ultimately, evil.The 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 Dark, disturbingly absorbing, and incredibly creepy This is an insightful thriller that reminds us that even though we ve come so far, there s still a lot of hatred out there.It is gripping story about cruelty, captivity, violence, r...


  4. 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 story.As 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 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 story.As 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 c...


  5. says:

    In the tenth novel of the Body Farm Series, a sadistic killer who Dr Bill Brockton helped put away twenty four years earlier has escaped prison and is coming after him as Brockton investigates the death o...


  6. 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 Eve A couple of years ago I had the pleasure of reviewing The Inquisitor 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 bril 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 Eve A couple of years ago I had the pleasure of reviewing The Inquisitor s Key by the fabulous Jefferson Bass duo That novel was...


  7. says:

    Fans of the Body Farm books will be delighted to welcome the tenth in this suspenseful yet very real series which is based on the real Body Farm laboratory at the University of Tennessee which was founded by forensic anthropologist Dr Bill Bass Joining journalist and science writer Jon Jefferson the two write under the name Jefferson Bass and follow the adventures of the character they created, forensic anthropologist Bill Brockton who devotes his time to bringing killers to justice Without Fans of the Body Farm books will be delighted to welcome the tenth in this suspenseful yet very real series which is based on the real Body Farm laboratory at the University of Tennessee which was founded by forensic anthropologist Dr Bill Bass Jo...


  8. 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 them.First 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 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 them.First 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...


  9. says:

    Forensic anthropologist Dr Bill Brockton receives a call from the sheriff in Cook County about a skeleton in the woods Dr Brockton chairs the anthropology department at the University of Tennessee and has been called out to assist law enforcement for over twenty five years Brockton and his assistant Miranda find some of the bones of a man who has been chained to a tree Not shackled to the tree, but chained like a dog with about a 25 foot leeway to circle around the tree Someone had been feed Forensic anthropologist Dr Bill Brockton receives a call from the sheriff in Cook County about a skeleton in the woods Dr Brockton chairs the anthropology department at the University of Tennessee and has been called out to assist law enforcement for over twenty five years Brockton and his assistant Miranda find some of the bones of a man who has been chained to a tree Not shackled to the tree, but chained like a dog with about a 25 foot leeway to circle around the tree Someone had been feeding the chained man and rubbing him with baco...


  10. says:

    This is a story that blends science and police procedures into an intriguing and suspenseful tale.Narrator Tom Stechschulte does an excellent job giving distinct voices to these characters His mannerism is spot on enhancing this enthralling story.The story is a good mix of suspense and details of anthropology without bogging you down in precious details Moving at a good pace, the story has twists and turns that will hold your attention from beginning to end While some facts are disturbing and This is a story that blends science and police procedures into an intriguing and suspenseful tale.Narrator Tom Stechschulte does an excellent job giving distinct voices to these characters His mannerism is spot on enhancing this enthralling story.The story is a good mix of suspense and details of anthropology without bogging you down in precious details Moving at a good pace, the story has twists and turns that will hold your attention from beginning to end While some facts are disturbing and dark, the story includes bits of humor and friendship for a good balance.The characters ar...

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