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Also by Aaron Elkins:

Switcheroo, February 2016
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Little Tiny Teeth, June 2007
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Unnatural Selection, June 2006
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Good Blood, February 2004
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Skull Duggery
Aaron Elkins

Berkley
September 2009
On Sale: September 1, 2009
Featuring: Gideon Oliver
288 pages
ISBN: 0425227979
EAN: 9780425227978
Hardcover
$24.95
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Mystery

No one solves crimes like Skeleton Detective Gideon Oliver.

Gideon and his wife are on vacation in Mexico when a local police chief requests his assistance on a case. A mummified corpse was discovered in the desert and the coroner believed the victim was shot. But Gideon’s examination reveals the victim was stabbed with a Phillips- head screwdriver. Then Gideon is asked to examine the skeleton of a murder victim found a year earlier—only to discover another error. The coroner misidentified the remains as belonging to a twelve to fifteen-year-old girl, when in fact the remains were that of a young woman of twenty.

Gideon knows these two “mistakenly” identified bodies aren’t a coincidence. But finding the connection between them will prove more dangerous than he could possibly imagine—and place him into the crosshairs of the killer he’s hunting.

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