Patricia Cornwell Message Board

Suitnurse posts on 12/31/2012 4:00:16 AM My comment/question is the same as the last poster. I read Ms. Cornwell's book where Benton was killed, burned in an arsonist's fire, but in which of her books do we learn what really happened & how it is that he is actually alive, etc? Many thanks- currently reading Red Mist.
Judy Hamilton posts on 9/23/2012 11:43:19 AM I read the book where Benton "died". I can't find the one where he "came back"? Please help.
cam posts on 1/31/2012 2:48:17 PM when will you have a new book coming out I have read everything you have done so far Am hoping one will be out soon

Michelle posts on 1/12/2012 12:32:56 AM I have read every single Patricia Cornwall book, including her opinion on jack the ripper. Which I disagree with. Is it just me or was scarpetta written by a ghost writer. Either she is losing her incredible way with words, or she has sold out....
Anastasia Kucharski posts on 1/1/2012 Anastasia Kucharski has just written a review of Scarpetta which you can see here
Kathleen posts on 4/8/2011 6:41:58 PM After struggling through The Front, I thoroughly enjoyed Scarpetta and Scarpetta Factor. Michelle, I suggest you take a short brake and then dive back in (after a nice plate of pasta with olive oil, garlic, tomatoes, capers and calamata olives). Hopefully you can get back in the Scarpetta groove like I did. Good luck! -Kathleen
Michelle Davis posts on 4/8/2011 2:19:24 PM I really have always Patricia's writing however I can not get my self to finish The Scarpetta Factor.just cant grab my attention i have never felt this way about her books. Hope the next one that comes out is better.
claudine posts on 3/9/2011 3:11:15 PM Patricia's books are fantastic and my collection is only missing a few. I read and reread all of her books regularly. It kind of makes you realize that other people have it much worse than you do. Never stop writing your fantastic stories.
Kristin M posts on 10/13/2010 5:44:15 PM I am a huge fan of Patricia Cornwell's. I have read almost every book she has out. I happened onto her books one day by complete accident and haven't been able to stop reading them. I buy all of her books when I can. Kay Scarpetta is my favorite!! Hats off to Patricia for always one-upping her last book. I am looking forward to reading the Scarpetta Factor. There are no better crime novels to read!!! Keep up the good work. Always looking forward to the next book!!!! Your #1 fan in Idaho!!!!
Nina posts on 6/9/2010 4:54:46 AM I am reading "The Scarpetta Factor" by Patricia Cornwell. On the opening pages is a quote by Voltaire. I related to this quote and researched its author. He died in 1778, in the book it lists his quote and the date=Voltaire, 1785. Did no one else notice this error???
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