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Marsha Francis - 07:55pm Oct 28, 2003 PST(#1 of 3)

My favorite in this category is Aaron Elkins Gideon Oliver, the forensic anthropologist. He likes his corpses "dry", but comes up with some amazing deductions. Elkins' style also suits me - he has a very dry wit. Who else would come up with the "Law of Interconnected Monkey Business"?


Marsha Francis - 07:56pm Oct 28, 2003 PST(#2 of 3)

Sorry, that should read Aaron Elkins' Gideon Oliver. . .


Fran Hinkel - 05:50am May 21, 2004 PST(#3 of 3)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

I'd never heard of a "body farm" until I read Patricia Cornwell. Her earlier books are better, in my opinion. I am also hearing about Keith Ablow and intend to check him out as my next new author.

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