The Series on Temperance Brennan by Kathy Reichs was one of those I discovered because I really liked the voice of the reader. This book, Volume 11 of the series, was the first I reviewed for the Leser-Welt. This book is read by another narrator und since then, where has been a regular change of the narrator. What a pity, but it does not change the quality of the series. On the story: Tempe, aged 40, over-worked, and annoyed by far too many meetings, she is happy that she has to examine another crime-scene. As she arrives, Tempe is shocked. The whole scene looks like a sacrificial altar. Shortly after the shocking discovery more dead bodies appear. Charlotte is reigned by anxiety. Read the full review (in German) here.