Author Reading and Discussion with Forensic Anthropologist Ryburn Dobbs (Sebastien Grey Series)
Join us in-store for a riveting conversation with forensic anthropologist Ryburn Dobbs as he presents his Sebastien Grey series and answers all your questions about homicides on October 22, 2022 at 2 pm.
The Sebastien Grey novels were inspired by Ryburn Dobbs’s career working as a forensic anthropologist. Ryburn Dobbs taught biological anthropology and forensic anthropology at several colleges and spent ten years as a forensic anthropologist, working dozens of death investigations. In addition to his anthropological pursuits, Ryburn also worked as an investigative analyst specializing in homicides and unsolved cases. His work as a forensic anthropologist inspired him to write The Sebastien Grey Novels.
Forensic science meets literary fiction in this captivating police procedural series. The Comfort of Distance is the first book, followed by The Boxwood Torso (Book 2) and Where the Blood is Made (Book 3.)
Forensic science meets literary fiction in this captivating police procedural.
A skull in one place, a torso in another. Are they connected? Thirty years ago, the authorities didn't think so. But the ingenious forensic anthropologist Dr. Sebastien Grey is now on the case, and he believes they both belong to the same victim - an unidentified man who was shot, dismembered, scattered in two states and burned. But time is not the only thing standing in the way of the truth.