Dr. Bill Bass, anthropologist, author, professor emeritus at UT, and creator of Knoxville’s famed “Body Farm,” will return to the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center on Saturday, May 31, for a presentation at 6 p.m. Bass will present “Books and Bones Part II,” and is being sponsored by the Be Excited About Reading “B.E.A.R. Facts” Book Club in Townsend. Admission to the event is $2.
Bass’ books will be available for sale on-site, and the author will sign copies after the program.
Personalized autographed copies can be ordered in sets of five through the UT bookstore for $110 using VISA or MasterCard. The set includes “Death’s Acre,” “Beyond the Body Farm,” “Carved in Bone,” “Flesh and Bone” and “The Devil’s Bones.” The latest book, “The Devil’s Bones,” by itself, is $23. Other titles are also available. Contact Susan Seals at the UT Bookstore 865-974-1035 or 1-800-733-8657), Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Books can be picked up at the May 31 presentation at the Heritage Center.