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In the most suspenseful installment of the New York Times nestselling Body Farm series to date, forensic anthropologist Dr Bill Brockton investigates a bizarre murderand confronts a deadly enemy he thought hed put behind bars for good.Forensic anthropologist Bill Brockton has spent twenty five years solving brutal murdersbut 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 Brocktons trials Mid case, the unthinkable happens The deadliest criminal Brockton has ever foiledthe sadistic serial killer Nick Satterfieldescapes from prison, bent on vengeance But simply killing Brockton isnt enough Satterfield wants to make him suffer first, by destroying everything he holds dear Brocktons 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 hes based his entire careerthe justice system, and the quality of mercyand to wonder can the two co exist If not, which will Brockton choose in his ultimate moment of truth...

Title : Without Mercy: A Body Farm Novel
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ISBN : B01AFXVFP0
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Format Type : EPub
Language : Englisch
Publisher : William Morrow Auflage Reprint 4 Oktober 2016
Number of Pages : 364 Pages
File Size : 994 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Without Mercy: A Body Farm Novel Reviews

  • Gail Cooke
    2018-10-21 22:44

    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 Mercy presents one of his most challenging cases as well as a threat to everyone he holds dear when Nick Satterfield, a maniacal killer put away by Brockton escapes, and is determined to revenge his incarceration. The case baffling Brockton is merely a pile of bones without a skull which was found in a remote county. With the help of other specialists Brockton and his graduate assistant, Miranda, determine that the victim was a young male pf Middle Eastern ancestry. Once they discover his identity they begin to believe that his death was a hate crime, that he was a Muslim mercilessly tied to a tree, made to eat pork products and smeared with bacon to lure the bears that would kill him. Now that Satterfield is on the loose Brockton becomes the bait as well as his son, his daughter-in-law, his grandsons, and even Miranda. Realizing that the police and those he works for cannot protect him from a psychopathic killer Brockton may well have to take the law into his own hands. Can a man who has always believed in justice and mercy do this? While for this reader the ending seemed a tad improbable Without Mercy is a worthy addition to this popular series. Enjoy!

  • Leah Jarrell
    2018-11-07 21:50

    I have read all of Jefferson Bass’ books and loved them, but i stopped reading this due to the biased political propaganda that was thrown around. If i want to read that kind of stuff I would pick a different genre of book. I’m a nurse practitioner and a teacher and former Georgia and present Tennessee resident. Both states voted for Donald Trump. Both states are filled with great people whose families have been in them for many generations. After describing the terrible conditions of living in Cooke County, how could you possibly ever mention the term white privilege? You need to visit the remote extremely poor white rural areas of GA and TN and think again.

  • Ameenah
    2018-10-20 19:28

    Dr Bass and Mr Jefferson, together have created yet another excellent novel. Having read all previous "Body Farm Novels" this one was on par. The subject in line with current times in the USA and suspenseful from page one! The depths that hate goes to in the USA is horrible - the country that loves to hate for various reasons since its founding. How far these hate groups, supremest groups, separatist groups etc will go and how evil their methods. Thank you Dr Bass and Mr Jefferson for sharing this novel and exposing the horrors done by haters in the USA.I always appreciate the forensic details presented and find several characters familiar enough to shed a tear when they "die"This is an excellent story

  • Laurel H.
    2018-11-02 20:39

    I have thoroughly enjoyed most of the Body Farm's books written by Jefferson Bass. I have been looking forward to his new book, however I was disappointed and almost gave up reading it. Too much scientific jargon and little story. When I started Part Two, the story kicked into high gear! I couldn't turn the pages fast enough.

  • suspense lover
    2018-10-26 18:36

    I have been reading body farm books for many years and always enjoyed them. Unfortunately, I had to force myself to finish this one. The addition of all the political discourse took away from the plot. I hope Mr. Bass can avoid politics in subsequent novels.

  • Dixie Sleppy
    2018-11-10 14:58

    Book okay, however moved slow and too much time spent on medical jargon. I just wanted to get to the story and not spend so much time on words that meant nothing to the average reader