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June blooms with love and intrigue

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Unnatural Selection by Aaron Elkins

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Also by Aaron Elkins:

Switcheroo, February 2016
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Dying On The Vine, December 2012
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The Worst Thing, August 2012
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The Worst Thing, May 2011
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Skull Duggery, September 2009
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Uneasy Relations, July 2008
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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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Unnatural Selection
Aaron Elkins

Penguin
June 2006
Featuring: Gideon Oliver; Julie Oliver
288 pages
ISBN: 0425210057
Hardcover
$23.95
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Mystery

Forensics professor Gideon Oliver accompanies his wife to the Isles of Scilly, which dot the sea like an emerald necklace thirty miles off the Cornwall coast. Julie's been invited here by Russian expatriate Vasily Kozlov, scientist, millionaire, and eccentric. At his home, Star Castle, he regularly hosts a consortium of guests with differing opinions-which makes for some very heated arguments.

While Julie's stuck indoors, Gideon looks forward to puttering around the Neolithic sites nearby. But before day one is through, a newer bone turns up-this tibia is only a few years old-and all signs point to murder. And just as Gideon and the local law puzzle over the bone's origin, another murder happens at Star Castle. Could it just be bad luck, two murders within a couple of years? Or do Kozlov's lively debates have a way of turning deadly?

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