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Body of Evidence (Kay Scarpetta, #2) After Months Of Menacing Phone Calls And Feeling That Her Every Move Is Being Watched, Successful Writer Beryl Madison Flees Key West When A Terrifying Message Is Scratched On Her Car But The Very Night She Returns To Richmond, She Deactivates Her Burglar Alarm And Opens Her Door To Someone Who Nearly Decapitates Her Why Did She Let Him In, Wonders Chief Medical Examiner Dr Kay Scarpetta And, Why Is Beryl S Latest Manuscript Missing Persuing The Answers Involves Scarpetta In The Murder Of Another Writer Beryl S Jealous Mentor While She Copes With A Variety Of Personal And Professional Problems, Scarpetta S High Tech Forensic Skills Enable Her To Collect A Body Of Evidence Clues That Would Mean Little Without Her Intelligence, Compassion, And Imagination That Leads Her Directly Into A Nightmare All Her Own.

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10 thoughts on “Body of Evidence (Kay Scarpetta, #2)

  1. says:

    I was such a gruesome kid in that I loved to read this series Blood never bothered me, and thepsychopaths you throw at me, the happier of a reader I am I think I learned some anatomy from this book The descriptions are vivid, n

  2. says:

    The first book was good, this one s even better It amazes me how Patricia Cornwell can make everything look so unclear at first then shows you the big picture when she pieces it all together in the end This book kept me at the edge of

  3. says:

    3 StarsI don t know whether it s the writing itself or the time when it was written early 90s , but Kay Scarpetta is one silly broad, who constantly makes choices that had me scratching my head in confusion and frustration For a character that i

  4. says:

    This series is what I call a guilty pleasure Not at all high brow, but easy to read thrillers with some mystery, and I have to admit that I enjoy the gruesome details about forensic pathology Being an engineering type, I like to know the details behind t

  5. says:

    3.5 stars Really good.

  6. says:

    Cornwell brings Dr Kay Scarpetta back in the critically acclaimed series to test her wiles in a new and disturbing manner When a murdered author is found in her home, investigators are left with little to know insight, which bothers Scarpetta almost as much as the slaying

  7. says:

    Dr Kay Scarpetta, Virginia Chief Medical Examiner is again in the middle of mysterious murders and personal vendettas Lieutenant Pete Marino summons Scarpetta to the house of shy fiction writer and murder victim, Beryl Madison Blood is everywhere Knife wounds are like that, especi

  8. says:

    3.5 stars Not nearly as good as the first in the series, but I know this series gets better I don t think I ever read this one, though There were some interesting twists in this, definitely not what I would have guessed A solid entry in the series, b...

  9. says:

    Lackluster, especially after the introduction of Al Hunt no, not that Al Hunt and his mentally ill friend Frankie An utterly tedious denouement, with the reveal of the killer s identity the most soporific ...

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    Restraining orders aren t worth the paper they re written on, I retorted, my anger nudging me closer to the limits of self control Not a year went by that I didn t autopsy half a dozen brutalized women whose husbands or boyfriends had been slapped with restraining orders Marino snorted It s like in your pla

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