From Potter's Field mobi ´ Paperback Ì Patricia Cornwell

Patricia Cornwell Ø From Potter's Field ePub

From Potter's Field mobi ´ Paperback Ì Patricia Cornwell Ì ❴Reading❵ ➸ From Potter's Field Author Patricia Cornwell – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Christmas has never been a particularly good time for Dr Kay Scarpetta Although a holiday for most the festivities always seem to heighten the S naked female and found propped against a fountain in a bleak area of New York's Central Park Her apparent manner of death points to a modus operandi that is chillingly familar the gunshot wound to the head the sections of skin excised from the body the displayed corpse all suggest that Temple Brooks Gault Scarpetta's n Loved the reading Watching the tangled web become unwoven

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Emesis is back at workCalling on all her reserves of courage and skill and the able assistance of colleagues Marino and Wesley Scarpetta must track this most dangerous of killers in pursuit of survival as well as justice heading inexorably to an electrifying climax amid the dark menacing labyrinths of the New York subway I wouldn't rate this at the top of the Scarpetta series but Cornwell is great at what she does and this is no exceptionIf you don't know the Scarpetta series and read this on it's own there are probably a few too many previous references to be comfortable as a standalone novelThat aside there is plenty of action and any novel with a wintry setting will always have my heartA high 3 stars

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From Potter's FieldChristmas has never been a particularly good time for Dr Kay Scarpetta Although a holiday for most the festivities always seem to heighten the alienation felt by society's violent fringe; and that usually means work for Scarpetta Virginia's Chief Medical Examiner and consulting forensic pathologist for the FBIThe body wa SPOILERS 303 Like The Body Farm this book's title is false advertising An even smaller portion of the book was dedicated to what's named in the title the first victim is originally a Jane Doe and is buried in Potter's Field her real identity is later discovered and she's moved to a family plot Thinking about the plot of the book I can't think of an appropriate title off the top of my head so maybe Cornwell had a similar mental block and at the last minute just pulled the title from an interesting though barely mentioned location that she had used in the book not even considering how little it had to do with the story Or maybe the publisher thought the idea of a book with a storyline that featured Potter's Field and the body farm previously would make it a bestseller and didn't consider how it fit with the plot Either way I think it backfired because it just leaves me scratching my head as to what Potter's Field really has to do with anythingI do think Cornwell's endings tend to be a bit rushed 400 pages of build up and escalating tension and then everything's over in a chapter and a one page epilogue if that it all feels a bit abrupt and like she gets to the end of her books and after all that time and effort she just wants to get the book over and done with After all the work I think the endings should be savoured maybe steal 30 50 pages from the build up and really give the end the time it deserves and add a decent epilogue where appropriate so we know how everything wrapped up properlyBecause the inappropriate title annoyed me as much with this one as it did with The Body Farm I had to deduct that same star but fortunately there were no confusions with Lucy's age versus how many years were supposed to have passed As soon as I finished this last night I picked up Cause of Death and read 100 pages of that before I could force myself to put it down and go to sleep I'll likely finish that one tonight very nearly a one sitting read as Cosmopolitan suggests