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  • Trace Author Patricia Cornwell
  • Patricia Cornwell
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  • 23 May 2017
  • 9780425204207

10 thoughts on “Trace Author Patricia Cornwell

  1. says:

    Book Review 35 of 5 stars to Trace the 13th book in the Kay Scarpetta thriller series written in 2004 by Patricia Cornwell Trace is midway in the series which has about 25 books as of 2017 when I'm finally writing this review I'm trying to catch up on all my favorite series finish writing reviews and then read the latest books whic

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    This is the book I would say where the characters complete their transformation from interesting people with issues you can relate to to characters who are doing things that are so screwed up you don't even want to watch any And now I remember why I stopped reading this series

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    Although I'm a big fan of Cornwell's Scarpetta series I had great trouble getting into this bookScarpetta goes back to Richmond after 5 years to help solve the case of a young girl found dead in her bed She is called by the new Medical Examiner who reveals himself to be a less than competent man with a few skeletons in his closet At the same time Benton is in Aspen trying to help a member of Lucy's team who wa

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    What is up with Patricia Cornwell Her last book Blow Fly sucked and this was not much better Same problems as t

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    First read March 2006Re Read July August 2017The plot Cornwell weaves two separate plots together in Trace The first is from the perspective of Kay Scarpetta as she is called back to her old office in Virginia to help out on a case that the current chief medical examiner doesn't want to deal with A fourteen year old girl named Gilly

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    I love the Scarpetta character which is based on a real medical examiner Generally Cornwell produces the Scarpetta books with taut and compellin

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    OH MY GOD PLEASE STOP BOOHOOING ABOUT YOURSELF The entire tone of this book was just so pity party that I couldn't even finish it I had to put it down about a third of the way through Where did the strong woman who valued her mind and knew her capabilities go I understand character developement but why must the protagonist be such a WIMP

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    Kay Scarpetta #13 The now freelance team of The Last Precinct sees the series continue to be in a better position This volume sees the team investigating a serial killer who's primary target is one of the team 5 out of 12

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    I just don't know This is the second Scarpetta book I have read admittedly out of order and there's something I'm just not gettingThis one begins promisingly enough with Kay and detective Pete Marino heading back to Virginia to help solve the mysterious death of a 14 year old girl We meet some creepy people the new chief medical examiner for one and our real bad guy Edgar Allen Pogue Trace centers around trace evidence found at three seemin

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Trace Author Patricia Cornwell

Rape by a stalker Scarpetta is faced with investigating the death of a fourteen year old girl working with the smallest pieces of evidence traces that only the most thorough hunters can identify She must follow the twisting leads and track the strange details in order to make the dead speak and to reveal the sad truth that may be than even she can be Kay Scarpetta 13 The now freelance team of The Last Precinct sees the series continue to be in a better position This volume sees the team investigating a serial killer who s primary target is one of the team 5 out of 12

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Dr Kay Scarpetta now freelancing from South Florida returns to the city that turned its back on her five years ago Richmond Virginia's recently appointed chief medical examiner claims that he needs Scarpetta's help to solve a perplexing crime When she arrives however Scarpetta finds that nothing is as she expected Her former lab is in the final stage This is the book I would say where the characters complete their transformation from interesting people with issues you can relate to to characters who are doing things that are so screwed up you don t even want to watch any And now I remember why I stopped reading this series

Review Trace Author Patricia Cornwell

S of demolition; the inept chief isn't the one who reuested her after all; her old assistant chief has developed personal problems that he won't reveal; and a glamorous FBI agent whom Scarpetta dislikes instantly meddles with the caseDeprived of assistance from colleagues Benton and Lucy who are embroiled in what appears to be an unrelated attempted Throw some sexual deviation and a few murders in there and I guess you ll have something that can sell even if it s not worth writing The killer this time is Edgar Allan Pogue tragically child like suffering from familial trauma like a thousand other postmodern murderers Cornwell s insistence on present tense narrative is grating and the ridiculous self gratification of her main protagonist always being right and slighted anyway is done without humility or charm The book is as bleak as a chalk outline on a sidewalk but self indulgent


About the Author: Patricia Cornwell

Patricia Cornwell sold her first novel Postmortem in 1990 while working as a computer analyst at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Richmond Virginia Postmortem was the first bona fide forensic thriller It paved the way for an explosion of entertainment featuring in all things forensic across film television and literature Postmortem would go on to win the Edgar Creasey Anthony