Kathy Reichs is among the hottest writers of crime fiction in North America, because of her intrepid — and at all times humorous — creation, forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan and “Bones,” the tv collection that grew out of her novels.
Tempe Brennan first bolted into our imaginations in 1998 within the guide “Déjà Useless” and he or she continues to carry a spot in our hearts and on our bookshelves. Tempe’s work on either side of the border — within the U.S., and in Canada — offers her a particular spot within the Canadian thriller canon.
And this summer time marks an essential anniversary: the discharge of the twentieth Tempe Brennan guide, “The Bone Code.”
Kathy Reichs sits down in a one-on-one interview with the Star’s Books Editor, Deborah Dundas, to speak about 20 volumes of Temperance Brennan, forensics and the way she retains her collection recent.
Be part of us for this stay digital occasion on Wednesday, July 7 at 1 p.m. Submit your questions for Kathy Reichs by way of electronic mail to AskNow@thestar.ca. Questions will probably be addressed in the course of the stay occasion as time permits.