The Scarpetta Factor - Patricia Cornwell Reviews
Description:ISBN 0316733164 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Patricia Cornwell / Hardcover / 512 Pages / Book is published 2009-10-20 by Little, ... more
Newest Review: ... FBI agent Lucy and her rogue police partner Marino) she solves some of the worse crimes whose victims end up on her coroner ... more
Price Comparison for The Scarpetta Factor - Patricia Cornwell
Patricia Cornwell The Scarpetta Factor
How does Patricia Cornwell manage to keep her literary batteries ...
Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
Customer The Scarpetta Factor - Patricia Cornwell Reviews (2)
by - written on 29/08/10, updated on 30/08/10 (Very useful, 9 readings)
As a fan of the Sacrpetta series, I was a bit disapointed by this installement. For those not familiar with the series, and because the jacket of the book claims that this is the perfect way to get re-introduced to the coroner sleuth, I shall summarise what the series are all about. Scarpetta is a medico-legal expert, head of her department in Virginia, except in this installement, where she works in New York. Together with her trio sidekicks (her now husband and former FBI agent Benton, her uber-gifted niece FBI agent Lucy and her rogue police partner Marino) she solves some of the worse crimes whose victims end up on her coroner table. In this ... Read the complete review
by jacky369 - written on 31/03/10
I love the Scarpetta series and have read every single book and am always waiting with excitement for the next one to come out. I must admit I was disappointed with this book. The book seems to focus more on the characters of Marino and Lucy rather than Scarpetta. There is a lot of technical jargon in this book as Lucy features so much in it and I was completely lost at times. Apart from the technical jargon I also found this book confusing as the scenes don't seem to follow. There are too many characters and it seems to flit from one to the other with no clear path. The ending is predictable and poor. The ending of previous books has always been dramatic and ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to The Scarpetta Factor - Patrici ...
A Mourning Wedding - Carola Dunn - Good characters witty dialogue lots of red herrings None
The Soul Catcher - Alex Kava - decent writing and plot development sometimes the killing is too explicit
At the Stroke of Madness - Alex Kava - Cracking murder mystery A bit short in length
Sherlock Holmes and the Running Noose - Donald Thomas - Brilliant attempt at the echoing a master at work Hard to get hold off
I Can See You - Karen Rose - Brilliantly written with an original plot, fantastic characters and relationships, a gripping read None for me
The Shooting in the Shop - Simon Brett - Enjoyable murder mystery Not one of the very best
|More products in Fiction Book|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Bayou Moon - Ilona Andrews|
Well written with strong, well described characters and a great plot.
Takes a while to understand a fairly complex fantasy world.
|Messages from Your Angels: Oracle Cards (Deck) - Doreen Virtue PhD||May Cause Irritation (The World of Norm) - Jonathan Meres|
|Nothing But Trouble - Roberta Kray|
Fast paced and exciting. Great plots all interwoven with class.
|The Hit - David Baldacci||Safe Haven - Nicholas Sparks|
Flows well. Scene set nicely. Sticks to the story. Likeable main protagonist.
|The Turin Shroud Secret - Sam Christer|
Takes a well worn path and forges a new track along it - quite novel and well done
For some the similarities to Dan Brown may induce nausea
|The Red Moth - Sam Eastland||The Last Man - Vince Flynn|
|White Thorn - Bryce Courtenay|
A good story told well
Characters a little stereotyped