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Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Ships from Reno, NV. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy! Near fine in original wrappers with a corner crease.. Near Fine. Near fine in original wrappers with light wear at one corner.. At Risk Cornwell, Patricia G. Cornwell gave real insight into the characters. The only disappointment here was the similarity of her Win Garano character to James Patterson's Alex Cross in the grandmother character. I think Ms.
Cornwell could have been a tad more original there. Overall, though, I found the characters fresh and interesting. The plot also had originality and enough twists to keep the reader guessing. Because of the brevity of the book, there was not a lot of the redundancy found in some of the longer volumes today. It was a good book for travel as it could be finished in a few hours.
Without getting graphic, there was still sexual friction between several of the characters leading one to wonder where these relationships might go in a future novel with the same characters.
http://danardono.com.or.id/libraries/2020-09-03/by-zte-nubia-x.php And I do see that this is 1 in the Win Garano Series. This book also skimmed over all the forensics which I found refreshing after so many books and television series getting overly in my opinion graphic in this area and concentrating on this aspect so much that there isn't much plot development.
I found this a welcome departure from so many of the books of this genre. I thought some parts were boring as hell and dragged on, but I loved the characters, although the DA is quite the hardass but overall they're both really good!! Anonymous More than 1 year ago Whenever we travel we bring audiobooks to pass the time. The last Patricia Cornwell book I thought was a rehash of several others.
I read most of her books and I enjoy her plots. I thought this book new and refreshing. I am looking forward to development of her character Win Garano. I will definitely buy the next book of this series. Anonymous More than 1 year ago I've enjoyed Ms. Cromwell's Kay Scarpetta series. This series quality didn't even come close. Very disappointed.
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Plot and characters not developed well at all. No originality in this series at all.
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Gandalfiii More than 1 year ago I'll stick to Kay S. The character developement is not quite as deep as the Kay Scarpetta series of books, but that is expected since both books are only pages. The stories are similar to Sherlock Holmes mysteries with intrique, twists and surprising conclusions. The similarity does not end there as these books were originally intended to be serialized in a weekly magazine. If you want to read a quick mystery, like a old 90 minute Holmes movie, this is a very good book to start with. Anonymous More than 1 year ago I find one character very interesting and weird, but I like the storytelling involved in this story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago I always read the latest Patricia Cornwell even if the circle of characters aren't as appealing as they used to be.
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