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Point Of Origin: Scarpetta 9 by Patricia Cornwell (2010-09-02)

Point Of Origin Scarpetta by Patricia Cornwell

  • Title: Point Of Origin: Scarpetta 9 by Patricia Cornwell (2010-09-02)
  • Author: Patricia Cornwell
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  • Page: 389
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    1. It keep up the tension until the end Nice development of Lucy s character Unfortunately I have found the book a bit too rushed at the end and the conclusion seems not so consistent with the main story line.


    2. I don t understand how this series has made it to 23 books This book itself was pretty good, but killing off apparently one of the major characters was an issue for me The follow up to this, Black Notice , however, is almost unreadable Some of the issues with that entry begin to creep into this book Things like the author s overall negativity toward the world and her main character s continuing issues with the power structure I recognize this is done to create tension and suspense, but in Cornwe [...]


    3. I enjoy Patricia Cornwell I can read a Scarpetta book, set it aside for awhile while I do something and come back and jump right into it which is something I appreciate But she does make so many language errors that it s distracting for someone who cares about those things I don t mean grammar so much as logic or communication For instance, just now I put the book down and decided to write a review after reading this and this is a very mild example so you may not get it Marino says I ve never go [...]


    4. Too much superfluous technical detail Who s she trying to impress Too implausible Over the top, bazaar Too contrived Unbelievable Too, too many loose ends Did we ever learn how the fires started yeah a magnesium fire starter that left small filings in skin and fueled to such intensity Did I miss something as I skimmed the technical jargon Why was Windsong loose Himmmme may have gone down in a ball of fire, presumed dead, but I m thinking we will have to wait until Carrie reappears to learn THE P [...]


    5. Is it bad this book actually made me sad I don t want to give out spoilers so I won t say why I found this book different than some of her others Besides the fact it has a lot to do with fire, it felt somewhat personal or Kay Scarpetta I really really enjoyed it I really love Kay Lucy scenes It would be amazing if they made a movie or even tv show like Tess Gerritsen s Rizzoli novels You can t beat getting these books for 4 used I have made quite a collection on my bookshelves from and a decent [...]


    6. This book is what I consider the last good Scarpetta novel all the books that follow it The Last Precinct, Blowfly, Predator, et al are hardly worth the paper they re printed on.The plot centers on the suspected arson of a media magnate s home which resulted in the death of one female and several prize horses A new villain enters the picture Newton Joyce , and he s aided by serial killer Carrie Grethen, newly escaped from prison There s a subplot involving Benton Wesley, Scarpetta s FBI paramour [...]


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