Blood Evidence: NCIS (Abridged)
by Mel Odom
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Will Coburn and his team of NCIS agents discover a link to a high-profile murder that took place more than seventeen years ago. As the team investigates, they discover a trail of lies, betrayal, and a political cover-up. Forensics specialist Nita Tomlinson will need a faith deeper than she can imagine as she struggles with the past and a family that she can no longer ignore.
Good book, not realistic
I am reading this book right now, and I have to agree it doesn't have much to do with NCIS. First, NCIS is an actual federal agency. This book is based on that, not on the TV show. That is why it doesn't have Gibbs and his team. This book is not realistic to the actual NCIS, though. As I am not an NCIS agent I can't know all of the differences, but one is their headquarters. NCIS headquarters is, and when this book was published, in the Washington Naval Yard. In this book their "headquarters" is at camp lejeune, north carolina. Aside from the differences, this is actually a pretty good book. I believe that the forensics are pretty realistic (as they should be, seeing as the author is a forensics proffesor.)
1. The book reader sounds like the guy that read the lines for Herb, a gardener ("the H is silent you know") on my CD of the play "How Does Your Garden Grow?" 2. It sounds WAY worse than the TV show I had to give it 2 stars because it has (a little bit) to do with NCIS....
this isnt even about ncis no gibbs or tony or ziva or mcgee or ducky or abby