The Twelfth Dr. Kay Scarpetta Novel
Dr. Kay Scarpetta has left Virginia in search of peace but instead finds herself drawn into baffling, horrific murders in Florida, where she becomes entangled in an international conspiracy that confronts her with the shock of her life.
©2003 Cornwell Entertainment, Inc. (P)2015 HarperCollins Publishers
Blow Fly is excellent just as the previous Scarpetta books have been.
Can't compare it to any other book outside of Patricia Corwell's Scarpetta collection.
She brings the characters to life and gives them personality. It allows you to form connections to the characters. I don't listen to the Scarpetta series if Kate Reading is not the reader. I will read the book.
The previous Scarpetta series that were not read by Kate Reading should be redone with her narrating.
The reading and the story were great.
The problem I have with this recording is there are at least 4, 10 second overlays where they were edited together. One of the worst editing jobs I've heard from audible.
At first I was so annoyed by the beginning of this book and Cornwell's change in style from her previous books (this one bounced around constantly to different perspectives, rather than primarily focusing on Scarpetta) but once I got through the beginning I could not put it down. it was an incredible and extraordinary book and her talent is beyond words.
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