FROM POTTER'S FIELD
Read by Blair Brown
IT'S CHRISTMAS EVE IN NEW YORK AND A SADISTIC KILLER IS ABOUT TO DISTURB THE PEACE¿
An unidentified nude female sits propped against a fountain in Central Park. There are no signs of struggle. When Dr. Kay Scarpetta and her colleagues Benton Wesley and Pete Marino arrive on the scene, they instantly recognize the signature of serial killer Temple Brooks Gault.
Only Scarpetta can interpret the forensic hieroglyphics at the New York City morgue and give a name to the nameless. As she sifts through conflicting clues, Gault strikes again -- moving terrifyingly close to Scarpetta herself. From Potter's Field is a stunning achievement from a bestselling author at the peak of her powers....Continua
Un grande spauracchio è stato finalmente eliminato... Sarebbe stato interessante leggere di una sua dichiarazione prima della fine... Invece è morto come si meritava... Senza nemmeno una parola in più
The sixth suspenseful thriller starring forensic pathologist Dr. Kay Scapetta, by the award-winning author of The Body Farm. While Scarpetta searches for clues to the identity of a young woman murdered by serial killer Temple Brooks Gault, the fiend claims his next victim--and manages to infiltrate the FBI's top secret artificial intelligence system....Continua
I seem to be reading a lot of crime novels these days - it's what is left lying around. When to buy books means you have to pawn your first born you read whatever you can lay your hands on. This was entertaining enough and better than some of her other books. I certainly had no idea how it was going to turn out in the end.
Body found in New York Central Park and it all seems to link back to an old enemy....Continua
Impossible not to love Dr Kay Scarpetta. Of course in 1995 all this technical stuff about computers must have sounded incredibly advanced. In 2010 it makes you remind of the good old days...
And thank you very much for so many feminine characters, all in one story. Like in real life, but so unlike in most films and books. (yes, yes, I'm a girl, what else?! ;)