Essay: Bones. The End of an Era

I was asked to collaborate on the Print Issue #1 of Mystery Tribune with an essay on the ending of the television show Bones (2005 – 2017), and how Temperance Brennan has changed the way we see scientific women in police procedurals. More information here.


2 thoughts on “Essay: Bones. The End of an Era

  1. Inés says:

    Is it posible to read it online or do you have to be subscribed to the magazine? 🙂 I’m asking because some of my relatives are absolute “Bones” fans and maybe would like to read it. Thanks!! 🙂

    P.S.: I think I’ll post my opinion about “Gone Girl” in a commet below (I don’t have a blog myself but I would like to share my point of view about the novel and get some feedback, if possible). Also, I borrowed from the public library “The Invisible Guardian”, by Dolores Redondo. The librarian also insisted that I took the second volumen in case it isn’t available next time, so I followed her advice!! xxx


    • Inés says:

      Also, sorry for the spelling mistakes. I swear I’m thinking in English while typing, but my computer, apparently, is not.


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