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Doctor Temperance Brennan is a renowned anthropologist who works at the Jefferson Institute in Washington DC; as an additional activity she is a writer too. When traditional methods of identifying a bodies are useless - when human remains are so decomposed, burned or destroyed, Doctor Temperance Brennan is the only one who has the ability to notice clues left in the bones of the victims.
Most people of the law do not seem to understand Brennans skills, intelligence and the way she is able to solve any investigation she leads. Special Agent Seeley Booth from homicide department - FBI seems to be the exception. They understand eachother in a way that make a formidable team.
The partnership between David Boreanz and Emily Deschanel is a very good one. And the character "Dr. Temperance Brenan" is a very ingenious and very complex.
The show perfectly blends murder cases with the personal lives of its characters. The relationship between the character of the Jefferson Institute are well defined, each character having his own quirky humor.
Bones is one original tv show, that captures you from the first episode, very well done, with interesting cases. The series tackles an unexploited new subject, namely reading the human bones.
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