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Carved in Bone: A Body Farm Novel (Body Farm Novels) by Jefferson Bass1
Flesh and Bone: A Body Farm Novel by Jefferson Bass2
The Devil's Bones: A Body Farm Novel by Jefferson Bass3
Bones of Betrayal: A Body Farm Novel by Jefferson Bass4
Bone Thief (Author Unknown) by Jefferson Bass5
The Bone Yard: A Body Farm Novel by Jefferson Bass6
Madonna and Corpse by Jefferson Bass6.5
The Inquisitor's Key: A Body Farm Novel by Jefferson Bass7
Jordan's Stormy Banks: A Body Farm Novella by Jefferson Bass7.5
Cut to the Bone: A Body Farm Novel by Jefferson Bass8
The Breaking Point: A Body Farm Novel by Jefferson Bass9
Without Mercy: A Body Farm Novel by Jefferson Bass10

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Jefferson Bass is the writing team of Dr. Bill Bass and Jon Jefferson. Together, they wrote Death's Acre, a nonfiction account of the Body Farm, before tackling forensic under the pen name of Jefferson Bass.

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