When an executed murderer’s fingerprints turn up at a new crime scene, Kay Scarpetta investigates. Prepare for the kind of riveting suspense this best-selling author delivers so well.
©1993 Patricia D. Cornwell (P)1993 Recorded Books, LLC
The narrator was pretty bad. She had two voices so all the characters ended up sounding like one of the two voices so it got a bit confusing at times. Also, while most of the story was interesting, if not slightly reminiscent of some of the authors other works, the big disappointment was the ending. It seemed like the author just got tired of writing and rushed the ending without tying everything up and showing how the different threads tied together.
I would recommend This book it was very exciting.
The story line was fantastice the charaters were very realistice and the book brought their human vulnerabilities
I loved the character Benton
I can't wait to read the next book. I just started reading her books and each one I read I have a new appreaciation for her writing and the characters in the book.
Synchronicity. I was reading this book, about the execution of a black man in Virginia, when Oklahoma death row inmate Clayton Lockett's botched execution hit the news. Kay Scarpetta, in the novel, solves the crime and saves the day. Where's my next Scarpetta book?
Slow start, fast finish. Characters lack development to make them real or at least so we imagine
It was but a struggle
Not really. It was rather predictible and the end was flat
Not at all.
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I like Patricia Cornwell and was anxious to hear my first audiobook. Sadly, I was disappointed by the narration.
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