Personal trainer in Columbus, Ohio since 1988. Addicted 2 audible. I've been a manner since 2001
At the top!
Always interesting 2 c how the main characters grow & change in each book.
She is one of my Favorite narrators. She does Scarperra & other characters so well. Wouldn't b the same without her! She's amazing!
Loved it all!
Well worth the credit!
Very good read
I loved the beginning where Kay had 2 deal with the sea turtle and the body entwined. Then came the conflict with the people closest 2 her...Marino & Benton. I thought the FBI agent that likes Benton was a good part of the story. Her character shows us how wrong we can go if we let our flaws take over parts of our lives.
It's interesting that Patricia is showing Kay as more vulnerable. I just wonder if she is ever going write Marino a happier life.
Possibly, but not on my top list
First cornwell book
Voices were a bit strained. Some of the women were way to masculine
Sure. These days anything can be put on tv. I actually think this title would work better as an episodic series. With the dark haired actress from Cagney and Lacey as Scarpetti.
I am a retired Court Reporter and I LOVE books. All kinds of books but my favorites are mysteries and period books. I like civil war books and some biographies.
I've read all of her books and I believe this is my favorite. I was engrossed from the very first sentence. Poor Marino just seems to be in trouble all the time.
Up at the top
Yes. However, I do get frustrated at Scapetta's thinking and not speaking at times
There was to many
Have read all of Patricia Cornwell's books and hope she writes another in the series.
Great as it was.
The reader did a fantastic job.
Would not change a thing.
I like adventure, the outdoors, birding, and exciting novels. I also like good psychology books, and physiology.
When Dr. Scarpetta was kidnapped
I didn't like it....too unemotional
It was okay....but Lucy can't be that perfect
Sure. There was a good balance of plot and character development. Like Red Mist, this story was closer to the early Scarpetta books. Lucy and Marino are maturing, and Scarpetta has left her paranoid period behind.
Yes it did keep me on the edge of my seat. When Benton mentioned the killer was targeting women who reminded him of an older, strong woman from his life, I was sure I knew who the killer was. And I was wrong.
I'm not sure what other reviewers were unhappy about, but to me Kate Reading is Scarpetta.