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The Summoning by
All I wanted was to make friends, meet boys, and keep on being ordinary. I don't even know what that means anymore. It all started on the day that I saw my first ghost—and the ghost saw me.
While on trial as an accomplice to a murder, sixteen-year-old Steve Harmon records his experiences in prison and in the courtroom in the form of a film script as he tries to come to terms with the course his life has taken.
The Body Finder by
Violet Ambrose is grappling with two major issues: Jay Heaton and her morbid secret ability. While the sixteen-year-old is confused by her new feelings for her best friend since childhood, she is more disturbed by her "power" to sense dead bodies-or at least those that have been murdered. As she's falling intensely in love, Violet is getting closer and closer to discovering a killer... and becoming his prey herself.
The Road of the Dead by
On a storm-ravaged night, a 19-year-old girl is kidnapped, raped, and killed. Three days later, her two younger brothers set out in search of her murderer.
Dead Is the New Black by
Welcome to Nightshade, California-a small town full of secrets. It’s home to the pyschic Giordano sisters, who have a way of getting mixed up in mysteries. During their investigations, they run across everything from pom-pom-shaking vampires to shape-shifting boyfriends to a clue-spewing jukebox. With their psychic powers and some sisterly support, they can crack any case!
I Hunt Killers by
Jasper (Jazz) Dent is a likable teenager. A charmer, one might say. But he's also the son of the world's most infamous serial killer, and for Dear Old Dad, Take Your Son to Work Day was year-round. Jazz has witnessed crime scenes the way cops wish they could--from the criminal's point of view. And now bodies are piling up in Lobo's Nod. But Jazz has a secret--could he be more like his father than anyone knows?
Science 101 by
It takes you on a behind-the-scenes journey into the world of the investigators and scientists who work to solve crimes through the use of forensic science. It examines tried-and-true forensics methods, as well as cutting-edge forensic disciplines little known to the general public.
The Bone Yard by
Based on a real and infamous institution, the sixth book in the "New York Times"-bestselling Body Farm series, cowritten by Dr. Bill Bass, the founder of the Body Farm, takes place at a boys' reform school in Florida.
Bare Bones by
The electrifying new book from the "New York Times" bestselling author of "Grave Secrets." It's a record-breaking summer in Charlotte, North Carolina, and forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan is looking forward to her vacation. But when human and animal bones start mysteriously appearing, Tempe is hot on a case that leads her to an isolated farm.
Eve's mission in life is to bring closure to the families who have experienced the agony of a missing child. As a forensic sculptor, she is able to piece together bones, create a face, and bring an identity to a child who would have otherwise gone unidentified... maybe forever. Eve is brilliant, and driven, and tormented - because her own daughter, Bonnie, was taken from her years ago. And Eve has never discovered what happened to her. Now, her friend Catherine challenges Eve with a name: John Gallo. A man from Eve's past. A man, seemingly raised from the dead, whose whereabouts are unknown. Could Gallo be the missing piece to the puzzle that has haunted Eve for years? Why was he in Atlanta just before Bonnie's disappearance?
Stiff is an oddly compelling, often hilarious exploration of the strange lives of our bodies postmortem.
Death's Acre by
Dr. Bill Bass, one of the world's leading forensic anthropologists, gained international attention when he built a forensic lab like no other: The Body Farm. Now, this master scientist unlocks the gates of his lab to reveal his most intriguing cases-and to revisit the Lindbergh kidnapping and murder, fifty years after the fact.
Forensic Detective by
Robert Mann, forensic anthropologist, deputy scientific director of the U.S. government's Central Identification Laboratory, and, some might say, the Sherlock Holmes of death detectives. When the dead reveal some of their most sensational, macabre, and poignant tales, more often than not it's Mann who's been listening. Now, in this remarkable casebook, he offers an in-depth behind-the-scenes portrait of his sometimes gruesome, frequently dangerous, and always compelling profession.
Closed for the Season by
Two 13-year-old boys, Arthur and Logan, set out to solve the mystery of a murder that took place some years ago in the old house Logan's family has just moved into. The boys' quest takes them to the highest and lowest levels of society in their small Maryland town, and eventually to a derelict amusement park that is supposedly closed for the season.
Detective Frankenstein by
As a young, distressed servant girl in London in the late nineteenth century, thinking that her friend Eleanor is murdered and the body snatched, the reader is asked to make choices to determine the outcome of the story.
The Bone Detectives by
It's said that "dead men tell no tales" -- yet their bones have some interesting stories to reveal. That's what police depend on when the only clues to a crime are the bones of the victim. Then it's time to call in the "bone detectives".