Deadly Decisions Characters

Kathy Reichs
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Dr. Temperance Brennan

Tempe is the main character and narrator of the novel. She is also an internationally renowned forensic anthropologist. Many years before the opening of the novel, Tempe began her career as an anthropologist, working mainly at archeological sites. She lent her expertise to a law enforcement investigation and discovered a new career. At the opening of the novel, Tempe works for both the state of North Carolina and the province of Quebec as a forensic anthropologist, and she teaches at the University of North Carolina.

Because of the nature of her work, Tempe is a rather solitary person. As a scientist, she spends long hours alone examining human remains and compiling data. Also, the logistical demands of her work make familial or romantic relationships difficult. Having to travel from Quebec to North Carolina or elsewhere at a moment's notice and for an indefinite period of time...

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