by Kathy Reichs
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Publisher: Scribners NY Scribners 2002, First Printing
Octavo, hardcover, fine in VG black dj. 315 pp and notes on author. It was a summer morning in 1982 when soldiers ravaged the village of Chupan Ya, raping and killing women and children. Twenty-three victims are said to lie in the well where, twenty years later, Dr. Temperance Brennan and a team from the Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation now dig. No records were kept. To their families, the dead are the disappeared.