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The Kathryn Zox Show

The Kathryn Zox Show

Wednesday at 7 AM Pacific

April 1st 2020: Ep. 1240: Forensic Anthropology and Ep. 1241: Social Isolation

Kathryn interviews Forensic Anthropologist & Bones TV Producer Kathy Reichs PhD, NY Times best-selling author of “A Conspiracy of Bones.” Her riveting new novel delivers all the twists and turns we’ve come to expect from the master of suspense, alongside a ripped-from-the-headlines plot that will thrill readers from the first page. Currently on leave, Dr. Reichs is a Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. Kathryn also interviews Rehabilitation Consultant Val Walker MS, author of “400 Friends and No One to Call: Breaking through Isolation and

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Kathy Reichs PhD

Kathy Reichs’ first novel Déjà Dead won the 1997 Ellis Award for Best First Novel. Many other bestselling novels featuring forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan have followed. In addition, she co-authored the Virals young adult series with her son, Brendan Reichs, and was a producer of the hit Fox TV series Bones, which is based on her work and her novels. From teaching FBI agents how to detect and recover human remains, to separating and identifying commingled body parts in her Montreal lab, Dr. Reichs has brought her own dramatic work experience as a forensic anthropologist to her mesmerizing forensic thrillers. Dr. Reichs is one of very few forensic anthropologists ever certified by
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Val Walker MS

Val Walker received her MS in rehabilitation counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University and is a rehabilitation consultant and contributing blogger for Psychology Today. She has led support groups for twenty-four years for people living with chronic illness, grief, and trauma, and speaks throughout New England on topics including how to comfort people in distress, breaking through isolation, and building social support after loss. Her first book, The Art of Comforting (Penguin/Random House, 2010) won the Nautilus Book Award and was recommended by the Boston Health Commission as a guide for families impacted by the Boston Marathon Bombing. Keep up with Val at Share On Facebook
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