Scarpetta is at it again with her normal troup in tow. This time the group is currently in new York. Scarpetta starts to get interesting packages from a previous patient of Benton. This book wraps up some of the lose ends that readers have been waiting to resurface....Continua
Too many threads and not all tied up at the end. Too many characters too. It felt like once the plot had been laid out and was progressing relatively nicely, the author threw a few more characters at the end only to have them blamed for the crimes. It put me off reading any more Scarpetta's stories for a long while....Continua
A body has been discovered shortly before dawn: she is a jogger who has been sexually assaulted and murdered in Central Park (yes, just that Central Park, New York).
I’m thinking the same thing everybody else is thinking: surely every given Patricia Cornwell’s book start in same precise way. EVERY book. Differentiation is not an option.