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This was my first Scarpetta and will be my last. Scarpetta is self-centered, haughty and entitled. I have never heard "I, me, mine, my" used so many times! Awful!!!!!Published 10 days ago by Agatha
not up to the usual Patricia Cornwell standard. The writing was disjointed and difficult to follow the plot. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sara in NY
It was strange to read a book by Patricia Cornwell that became tedious and the only way to finish it was to skip to the last chapter. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Karen
I usually love Kay Scarpetta books. This one drug on and felt full of inconsequential information.Published 2 months ago by Karen
Cornwell has developed a style that doesn't appeal to me. There are pages of dialogue where Scarpetta thinks, re-thinks and then goes into a what if this or that had happened... Read morePublished 2 months ago by The Pye Plate