Freezing by Clea Koff
(Jayne and Steelie)

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One of the most exciting crime and mystery series debuts of the year. Think Kathy Reichs and Patricia Cornwell. - When a bundle of frozen body parts tumbles out the rear door of a van on a Los Angeles freeway, FBI agent Scott Houston knows just where to go for an off-the-record analysis: Agency 32/1, a non-profit missing persons identification resource center run by forensic anthropologists Jayne Hall and Steelie Lander. Jayne and Steelie quickly determine that the remains are human, though from several women. But Scott's call has unintended consequences for the two women, putting their lives in jeopardy, as their unique skills uncover evidence leading directly to the killer . . .
 

About Clea Koff

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The daughter of a Tanzanian mother and an American father, both documentary filmmakers focused on human rights issues, Clea Koff spent her childhood in England, Kenya, Tanzania, Somalia and the United States. She now divides her time between Los Angeles and Melbourne, Australia. "From the Hardcover edition.
 
Published April 1, 2012 by Severn House Digital. 256 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When forensic anthropologists Jayne Hall and Steelie Lander, missing-persons profilers and partners in Agency 32/1, are called to the scene by Scott Houston, the old friend who’s recently been moved from Atlanta to the Los Angeles FBI, they make an even more gruesome discovery.

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