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At first Temperance used to work for Quebec and now she is officially appointed in North Carolina too. Whether it is North or South the forensic anthropologist is everywhere showing her expertise in the field and unveiling hidden crimes that have been buried for decades or even more. Tempe comes to Montreal for the investigation of a case and she instead of taking surface readings starts digging the pizza parlor for clues. Instead of the clues whole bodies come to the surface and the whole department is astound that who buried three women in a pizza parlor basement.
The local Luc Claudel thinks that the bodies are quite old thus investigating it is of no use. Tempe does not leave the case there, she starts the lab tests and after running of few of the tests proves that the bodies are not that old. Also there is a possibility that these three women are same that disappeared not very long ago and Luc Claudel is searching for them. In chilling conditions Kathy Reichs’ favorite character toils and brings out the heat. Michele Pawk narrates Tempe this time as a character that is confused not because of the case but because of her personal issues.
Andrew Ryan the person who is seen with her all the time in Fatal Voyage and Death du Jour is showing peculiar behavior. Tempe thought that they were together now but after all these years the man has started to keep secretes from her and the lonely nights again seem to haunt her now. She just spends time with her cat now and with this emotional disturbance she is unable to concentrate on her work.