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Alors que l'anthropologue judiciaire Tempe Brennan est chargée d'examiner le corps d'un homme tué d'une balle dans la tête, un inconnu lui remet la photo d'un squelette. "Là est la clé du meurtre ", dit-il. Ses premières recherches révèlent à Tempe que ce squelette est un vestige archéologique retrouvé lors d'un chantier mené à Massada, en Israël. Un squelette vieux de deux mille ans sur lequel courent d'étranges rumeurs. Un vestige volé aussitôt qu'exhumé... Pourquoi toute trace de la découverte a-t-elle été effacée des rapports de fouilles ? Pourquoi assassine-t-on ceux qui y ont été mêlés ? Qui était cet homme dont les restes ont été enlevés à la crypte où ils dormaient depuis vingt siècles ? Certains prononcent le nom de Jésus de Nazareth... Tempe va suivre la piste jusqu'au bout, au risque de sa vie. Alors que la série télévisée Bories, tirée de ses romans, est enfin diffusée en France, Kathy Reichs bouscule les interdits et s'attaque à une controverse brûlante.
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