I'm always reading something, usually multiple books at a time.
I didn't hate this and didn't love it. It was just kind of "meh" for me. A mysterious woman who had been living in a rooming house in Quebec had left behind remains of three different dead babies, concealed in different locations. Then she disappeared. Temperance Brennan and co. end up launching on a protracted journey that takes them to Edmonton and finally Yellowknife. Edmonton is maddeningly referred to with female pronouns ("she"; "her"; why is it never "he" or "his"?).
Tempe puts herself into dangerous situations. I've now read enough of Reichs to understand (regrettably) that this is a baked-in trait of her Temperance. And lest we have a moment of mistaking "book" Tempe for "show" Tempe, this on-page Tempe eats bacon and eggs! She ain't no vegetarian type (heaven forfend--rolleyes).
I'll also note that I read this out of order; this is book #15 in the series, and the other full novel I've read is #18.