In this novel, one becomes unusually worried about Kay Scarpetta as she ridiculously became a suspect of killing Diane Bray. One is sucked into chasing the story as a result. Reading towards the end, I wondered how this could end suddenly. But it's a bit disappointing how it ended and obviously, it paved for the next sequel. So, this is how Scarpetta was finally leaving her job as the Virginia Chief Medical Examiner.
Because of Marino's presence, it's difficult to determine whether it's a typo or just Marino's English ?! You can be more sure that it's a typo when he's not around. For example, p.109: 2nd last line: "This a stage cue..." should probably be "This is a stage cue...". p. 311: 3rd last line: "She eat out..." should probably be "She ate out...". p.445: 7th last line "It my mission..." should be "It is my mission...".
All in all, it's an entertaining read !...Continua