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Cruel & Unusual A Knockout People Of A Thriller From New York Times Bestselling Author Patricia Cornwell Featuring Medical Examiner Kay Scarpetta Killing Me Won T Kill The Beast Are The Last Words Of Rapist Murderer Ronnie Joe Waddell, Written Four Days Before His Execution But They Can T Explain How Medical Examiner Dr Kay Scarpetta Finds Waddell S Fingerprints On Another Crime Scene After She D Performed His Autopsy If This Is Some Sort Of Game, Scarpetta Seems To Be The Target And If The Next Victim Is Someone She Knows, The Punishment Will Be Cruel And Unusual

About the Author: Patricia Cornwell

Patricia Cornwell sold her first novel, Postmortem, in 1990 while working as a computer analyst at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Richmond, Virginia Postmortem, was the first bona fide forensic thriller It paved the way for an explosion of entertainment featuring in all things forensic across film, television and literature Postmortem would go on to win the Edgar, Creasey, Anthony,

10 thoughts on “Cruel & Unusual

  1. says:

    Review Cruel Unusual by Patricia Cornwell, the fourth in the Kay Scarpetta series was a solid book with a little edge than some of the others, hence the 4 rating Two key parts of this one that appealed to me 1 Scarpetta learns about the prison system, in partic

  2. says:

    SPOILERS 26 3 One of my favourite Scarpetta mysteries and another that gets to keep its five star rating It sets up a long running battle between Scarpetta and Gault and her continuing problems with the politicians her bosses I had forgotten the way things, big things, happen off s

  3. says:

    3.5 StarsChief medical examiner, Kay Scarpetta, gets embroiled in another murder case when she is called in to perform an autopsy on a convicted killer named Ronnie Waddell who has just been executed on death row Things get complicated soon after when another unthinkable crime is committed,

  4. says:

    Number four in the Dr Scarpetta series and for me the best to date.I found this book to be a bit of an on the edge of your seat type thriller that the other three.I found the whole premise of the book intriguing A death row prisoner is executed and the Dr Scarpetta is called on to do the autopsy Ev

  5. says:

    I forgot how much I enjoy Patricia Cornwell s Scarpetta series I started reading them many years ago, out of order, and now I ve gone back to the start to correct that I think this is my favorite so far, probably because I just love her niece, Lucy We find out quite a lot about her backstory and Kay s in thi

  6. says:

    This book made me feel like I d missed a book between this one and the last one I actually stopped and double checked because some very major things in Kay s life seemed to have happened between books and they are just sort of unceremoniously dropped in our laps I hope these events at least happened to make way for o

  7. says:

    Scarpetta reminds me somewhat of Bones But s likable version A little human I enjoyed this and the relationships she has was everyone, including her niece Lucy.

  8. says:

    Cruel Unusual is incredibly exciting I couldn t put it down I passed the last three days being tremendously entertained by book 4 in the Dr Kay Scarpetta series Scarpetta is slowly recovering from the death of her unrequited love, Mark James, FBI agent, who was killed in a terrorist bombing in London in the previous book She is going

  9. says:

    I only really read this as I was sick the other day at work and needed some way to keep awake in the evening of my long day with nothing to do With the small choice available in the staff room it was either that, James Patterson or the Twilight books Tough choice I m very rarely without a book or two on my person so fool me.In the interests o

  10. says:

    Cornwell s fourth novel presents some of her best work yet With twists and turns throughout, the storyline, Scarpetta goes through a gamut of emotions before the reader s eyes With the execution of a child killer, Scarpetta s autopsy seems to be a foregoing conclusion When called to help with the discovery of a murdered teenager, Scarpetta begins to pr

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