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  • Title: Floating Souls (The Canal Murders)
  • Author: Mary H. Manhein
  • ISBN: 9780982455197
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • The author of The Bone Lady Life as a Forensic Anthropologist, turns her hand to fiction in a mystery infused with insight, vivid description and humor that only an internationally recognized expert in the field could create.
    Floating Souls The Canal Murders The author of The Bone Lady Life as a Forensic Anthropologist turns her hand to fiction in a mystery infused with insight vivid description and humor that only an internationally recognized expert i

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    1. first novel from a distinguished forensic anthropologist Pretty good, especially for a small press and or self published mystery.

    2. I met Ms Manhein and heard her speak and she was truly fascinating I wondered if a clinical mind could pull off a murder mystery, but the book did not disappoint.

    3. I enjoyed Manhein s presentation about her first novel she s previously written nonfiction books about her work as an LSU forensic anthropologist at the 2012 Louisiana Book Festival, and her lively discussion piqued my interest in reading Floating Souls Her passion for her work is palpable, and it comes through in the person of fictional protagonist Maggie Andrepont, who, like Manhein, is a forensic anthropologist The novel is slim, moves quickly through a series of murders in New Orleans canals [...]

    4. I am sure that Mary Manhein does a wonderful job writing her nonfiction books about forensic anthropology But Floating Souls is obviously the work of an amateur fiction writer It definitely keeps your attention because of the subject matter, but the writing is very stilted, the characters too stereotypical and the story a bit erratic Also, please note, that if you are at all squeamish, reading about a forensic anthropologist may not be a good idea.

    5. Maggie Andrepont, a local forensic anthropologist in New Orleans solves the murders of women found in canals in New Orleans area and also helps with bodies from a walled up building in Venice, Italy Fun read.

    6. Quick and easy read I found it was a great story without a lot if fluff that held my attention and actually left me wanting I also love the fact that one of the characters and my daughter share a not so common name, Maura.

    7. Not bad for a first attempt at fiction writing I found it to be gritty in an old school dime detective novel from days gone by with enough forensic anthropology to keep me interested Definitely had quite a few twists and turns towards the end.

    8. The story was ok but the writing is terrible Poor character development I gave it a shot because I like forensic mysteries.

    9. This is a great book It was quick and easy to read and a lot of fun If you like forensic cases and murder mysteries this is a book for you.

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