I've read all her novels and I feel the quality of her work declines with each novel and this book was made even worse by the narrator. I'm fairly tolerant of the readers but this was the worst and I struggled to hear the book through to the end. It is all about how wonderful Scarpetta is, how well accomplished a woman she is, etc. etc. Not only did the plot drag on but the narrator made it even worse with her emotional emphasis in all the wrong places. I just started to tune out the story line. My advice, don't spend the money on this one.
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