Author: Li Duo Wu, 厘多乌
Alternative Names: 画骨女仵作
Genres: Historical, Josei, Mature, Mystery, Romance
In the 21st century, she was the outstanding world renowned darling of the field of archeology. Then, she transmigrated and became Jinjiang city’s Ji Family’ Third Miss, a small malnourished girl who starved to death. She was unfavored by her father and treated like air by the rest. Therefore, just to earn money and feed herself she had to return to her old profession – being a forensic anthropologist.
With a pair of dextrous hands, she stroked and examined those clickety white bones to solve old and dusty unresolved cases.
He was a handsome cold prince. Just to see the beauty smile, he would not hesitate to throw away his moral principles and repeatedly flirt with her.
In the end, he only received a supercilious look from her, as she declared “Prince, one touch is a 1,000 taels.”
“Then, this prince will give you 10,000 taels for a kiss!”
- Chapter 1 – Opening the Coffin to Paint Out Bones
- Chapter 2 – Unfortunate Past
- Chapter 3 – Nameless Corpses
- Chapter 4 – A Violent Death?
- Chapter 5 – A person, a lantern and a sandalwood box
- Chapter 6 – Ravenous Wolf and Forced Marriage
- Chapter 7: The Top-notch Primate Nights in January often threatened to rain, teased by icy winds. But in stark contrast to the chill in the air, several lanterns hung under the corner of the roof of the anteroom, radiating warmth and light.
- Chapter 8: A Meaningless Farce Ji Yunshu’s countenance remained polite, but her expression was faintly suffused with a cold air. “Luan’er is not sensible. There’s no need for Big Sister to listen to her and get angry.” She turned to reprimand her maidservant. “You’re still not hurrying to admit your error?”
- Chapter 9: Frightened to Death! The yamen.
- Chapter 10: A Cup of Tea The county magistrate glanced furtively at Jing Rong. He saw that Jing Rong had picked up the teacup lid and lightly covered his cup. The strength of his wrist’s movement was neither weak nor strong. His expression remained the same, completely neutral, making it difficult for Liu Qingping to determine whether the news displeased Jing Rong or not.
- Chapter 11: Which Murder Case? Chapter 11 – Which Murder Case?
- Chapter 12 – Unseal the Coffin
- Chapter 13 – Time of Death?
- Chapter 14 – Rice Poison
- Chapter 15 – Do You Like Women’s Bedroom?
- Chapter 16 – The Sharp-tongued Prince
- Chapter 17 – Bearing? Bear?
- Chapter 18 – This Prince is Not Picky!
- Chapter 19 – The Murderer Might not Be Alone
- Chapter 20 – This is An Illness
- Chapter 21 – Two Blooming Mulberry Flowers
- Chapter 22 – The Ugly Housekeeper
- Chapter 23 – Sour Face
- Chapter 24 – Case Closed (part 1)
- Chapter 25 – Case Closed (part 2)
- Chapter 26 – Case Closed (part 3)
- Chapter 27 – See You At the Memorial Hall
- Chapter 28 – The Wei Family’s Proposal
- Chapter 29 – Feed You To The Fishes!
- Chapter 30 – A Cute Kitten
- Chapter 31 – You’re Late!
- Chapter 32 – Pork Meatballs
- Chapter 33: Bone Broth As the dead person’s throat was cut open, it began emitting a vile, completely nauseating smell of charred flesh and blood.
- Chapter 34: The Seventy-two Corpses The two adjectives that she could use to describe her real dad from the 21st century were “beyond words” and “can’t be helped”!
- Chapter 35: This Prince is Alright Ji Yunshu had really underestimated Jing Rong. She would have never imagined that his martial arts was this outstanding.
- Chapter 36: A Servile Nature Jing Rong weakly whispered in Ji Yunshu’s ear.
- Chapter 37: The End of You and Me She squinted at it as she tried to remember, and a flash of insight rocker her brain.
- Chapter 38: Do You Want to Save Yourself? As he approached, the housekeeper did not raise his eyes even once to look at Ji Yunshu.
- Chapter 39: Two Taels The light from the lamp flickered faintly.
- Chapter 40: The Handkerchief Delivery The night was bitterly cold, and despite the fact that the snow had stopped falling, the frigid wind still whistled in the air. The biting cold seeped into the body like a worm, making the body burn in pain.