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Kathy Reichs

  • Channel your outrage ... Do that which you are able to do.

  • Experience is a valuable thing. It enables us to recognize mistakes when we repeat them.

  • I have come to think of violence as a self-perpetuating mania of the power of the aggressive over those less strong.

  • Violence wounds the body and it wounds the soul. Of the predator. Of the prey. Of the mourners. Of collective humanity. It diminishes us all.

  • Indecision is the key to flexibility.

Kathy Reichs, U.S. writer, forensic anthropologist, academic

(1950)

Full name: Kathleen Joan Toelle Reichs.