Patricia Cornwell Message Board

vidgrl posts on 3/23/2007 6:03:02 PM its going to take place in charleston sc.go to patricia cornwell fan forum and there is a detailed description of what its about.
S Couhig posts on 3/22/2007 12:55:33 PM Have you heard or read anything about it?
vidgrl007 posts on 3/22/2007 10:25:22 AM the new book is comming out in sept or oct.i cant wait.

S Couhig posts on 3/21/2007 1:38:07 PM Anyone know when Patricia Cornwell will be putting out a new Scarpetta novel?
Lucille posts on 3/11/2007 4:57:15 PM what is the ITAIAN wine referened in the Ppotter's field book
Anonymous posts on 2/27/2007 10:40:09 AM Oh, now, come on - Mr. Walker isn't an "old man." He's only 11 years older than me.
MaryJane posts on 2/22/2007 9:22:37 PM The real reason Rob Walker posts on PC's board is that sadly, no one posts on his. Similarly, I fear that the motivation for continuing to visit the board despite his having given up on PC long ago is merely that he is a sad and lonely old man who has clearly never really experienced success. Remember, not all success is measured by commercial wealth or fame. Why not revel in your own superlative work Rob, and stop criticizing the work of others who must have filled you with jealously and resentment. Be proud of your own work, hope that others read your work, and visit someone else's board. Try your own; maybe you'll respond.
J posts on 2/18/2007 7:15:08 PM Elaine, I believe that the book that Benton comes back in is Blow Fly. Six years has past and the first time Pete and Benton talk and see each other is very emotional! Alot of answers from previous books are given in Blow Fly. J
Robert W. Walker posts on 2/18/2007 2:47:44 PM How much clearer can I be? If an author, any author leaves you confused, this is not intended and it is not your fault. Not the reader's fault but the author's fautl. Where in that does it say I think the reader foolish or stupid? Nowhere. I am saying when an author leaves you with umpteen questionos, then there is somethig flawed in the writing. As for my teaching and book doctoring, people always come back for more. One of my students has taken my writing class 5 times. In person, I'm a sweetheart and an excellent editor. As to reading PC, I rather gave it up some time back. Have listened to some of her books on tape, but as with Stephen King's writing, I just feel she's allowed her early fine work to turn into something of a soap opera. I am reading JA Konrath's Rusty Nail right now and I find it clear, horrific, and funny all at once. As to why I post here, I am a Scorpio.
Denise posts on 2/18/2007 2:28:26 PM Goog point, Sharon. I have yet to read a positive post from Rob regarding P.C. and I know he wasn't out right calling anyone an idiot on this board, but the way he wrote his post he was just as confusing as P.C. is on her latest book, At Risk. What I wanted to know if anyone else had any issues with that book so we could all discuss THE book. I did not request why P.C. or her editor ex-husband are not getting the job done. So Rob, if you have read her book, At Risk, maybe we could discuss the book. Or have you even read any of her books? Or maybe you should send her your resume in attempts to be her NEW editor. That way you can really school her instead of telling US how you would school her. I hate how this board always turns into a bashing fest.
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