Publisher description for Uneasy relations / Aaron Elkins.


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The Edgar® Award-winning author of Little Tiny Teeth returns with his professor of forensics, Gideon Oliver, a.k.a. the Skeleton Detective.

No one does it better than Aaron Elkins,”( San Diego Union-Tribune )–– and this time, Gideon Oliver will be up on the Rock of Gibraltar, where he’ll inspect his oldest bones yet. But a killer’s loose…

Around 25,000 years ago, did the Neanderthal live peacefully with his smarter, handsomer cousin, the Homo sapiens? The answer, recently found in the Rock of Gibraltar, left everyone speechless…

Buried ceremoniously, high in a cave, lies the skeleton of a human woman, clutching the skeleton of a part-human, part-Neanderthal child. Fascinated, Professor Oliver jumps at the chance to attend a conference near there. But two deaths, possibly murders, have rocked Gibraltar. As Oliver tries to piece things together, he’s about to fall for some deadly tricks. After all, unlike the Gibraltar Boy, he’s only human…


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Oliver, Gideon (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Forensic anthropologists -- Fiction.
College teachers -- Fiction.
Gibraltar -- Antiquities -- Fiction.