Keeping the dead / by Tess Gerritsen.

Nā: Gerritsen, Tess, 1953- [author.].
Momo rauemi: materialTypeLabelPukapukaSeries: Gerritsen, Tess, Jane Rizzoli and Maura Isles: 7.Kaiwhakaputa: London : Bantam, 2008Whakaahuatanga: 349 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780593057803 (pbk.).Tētahi atu taitaia: Keepsake.Ngā marau: Policewomen -- Fiction | Women -- Crimes against -- Fiction | Women forensic scientists -- Fiction | Rizzoli, Jane, Detective (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Boston (Mass.) -- Fiction | Medical examiners (Law) -- FictionSummary: She's Pilgrim Hospital's most unusual patient, and on this Saturday night, a media circus is gathered to record every minute of her visit to the X-ray department. Crammed into the small CT scan room are reporters, TV cameras, a select group of medical technicians - and forensic pathologist Maura Isles. Maura is there because the patient being scanned tonight isn't alive. She's probably been dead for centuries. She is, in fact, a mummy. As the CT scan proceeds, everyone in the room leans in close - and gasps in horror as an image of a bullet is revealed. Maura declares it a possible homicide case and calls in Detective Jane Rizzoli. When the preserved body of a second victim is found - and then a third - it becomes all too clear that not only is a maniac at large but he is taunting them. And that, unless Maura and Jane can find and stop him, he will soon be adding yet another chilling piece to his monstrous collection.
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She's Pilgrim Hospital's most unusual patient, and on this Saturday night, a media circus is gathered to record every minute of her visit to the X-ray department. Crammed into the small CT scan room are reporters, TV cameras, a select group of medical technicians u and Dr Maura Isles. Maura is there as a forensic pathologist because the patient being scanned tonight isn't alive. She's probably been dead for centuries. She is, in fact, a mummy. As the CT scan proceeds, everyone in the room leans in close. At first everything seems unremarkable u then the scan moves on to the thighs, and the room erupts in chaos as an image of a bullet is revealed. Maura declares this a possible homicide case and calls in Jane Rizzoli. At the subsequent autopsy Jane and Maura learn the horrifying truth: the mummy has only recently been killed, and may have been held captive for some time before her death. It soon becomes horribly clear that a sadistic killer has been hunting women for decades u and that his next victim is much much closer than anyone thinks a

Published in the US under the title: "The keepsake"

She's Pilgrim Hospital's most unusual patient, and on this Saturday night, a media circus is gathered to record every minute of her visit to the X-ray department. Crammed into the small CT scan room are reporters, TV cameras, a select group of medical technicians - and forensic pathologist Maura Isles. Maura is there because the patient being scanned tonight isn't alive. She's probably been dead for centuries. She is, in fact, a mummy. As the CT scan proceeds, everyone in the room leans in close - and gasps in horror as an image of a bullet is revealed. Maura declares it a possible homicide case and calls in Detective Jane Rizzoli. When the preserved body of a second victim is found - and then a third - it becomes all too clear that not only is a maniac at large but he is taunting them. And that, unless Maura and Jane can find and stop him, he will soon be adding yet another chilling piece to his monstrous collection.

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