An intriguing Dr Kay Scarpetta book which will take Kay an ocean's breadth away from home.
The decomposed remains of a stowaway lead Dr Kay Scarpetta on an international search to Interpol’s headquarters in Lyon, France - and on a mission that will pull her in two opposite directions: Toward protecting her career or toward the truth.
©1999 Patricia Cornwell (P)2014 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd
"Cornwell's books run on high octane fuel, a cocktail of adrenalin and fear. Black Notice is no exception." (The Times)
"Black Notice is undoubtedly her best book for some time: Not only because of some excellent scalpel work, but mainly because it is not so much about crime as about Scarpetta." (Evening Standard)
"Imitators now abound, but - pathologically speaking - nobody does it like Cornwell." (Literary Review)
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"Not the best Scarpetta novel but decent. 7/10"
Narrator Lorelei King is brilliant. Story is ok.... felt the character of Bray and Anderson could have been developed over another novel or two. Still a gripping story. Still think Scarpetta comes across too weak at times for someone capable of doing her job.
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