The plot moves swiftly forced by the necessity to find the killer before more girls die. Tempe Brennan pulls you into her world. You can't help feeling the sense of urgency she exudes. I enjoyed the forensic science, although autopsy results may not be everyone's cup of tea. The repetitious descriptions of Detective Slidell got old, but the involvement of Tempe's eccentric mother was a bright spot.
If you're a Reichs fan, this is a good addition to the series. If you llikemurder mysteries with technical detail, you'll enjoy this one.
I reviewed this book for Net Galley.