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When a bundle of unidentified 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. However, Scott's call has unintended consequences for the two women as he draws them into a coast-to-coast murder investigation, and bends FBI rules as far as he can in his pursuit of a villain who has evaded him for years. Their unique skills enable them to uncover evidence that leads directly to the killer, but very soon Jayne and Steelie find that their own lives are in jeopardy.--From front jacket cover flap.
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