Patricia Cornwell Message Board
Ali posts on 1/11/2017 1:53:46 AM
This hasn't been posted on in a while, a long while. The last few books have been annoying to read. There's been so much secrecy, things that get drawn out page after page. I don't remember this reading her books years ago
DrkSoul posts on 8/6/2014 3:22:32 AM
Over the past few months I have been collecting and reading the Scarpetta books and on the whole have enjoyed them. I am currently reading the book Scarpetta. I have read some comments on various sites complaining of the books. I personally don't feel they are as bad as people make out but I didn't like the rushed endings of the last couple e.g. when the killer and Kay finally 'meet' instead of a stand off or chase sequence the chapter ends and the next chapter has everyone just carrying on...
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"?
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!
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.
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