From Publishers Weekly
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From School Library Journal
- Carolyn E. Gecan, Thomas Jefferson Sci-Tech, Fairfax County, VA
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Fantastic series. Can't wait for Patricia Cornwell to write more books to add to the series.Published 5 months ago by Joyce McCool
I dont know what's all the bad rap about this book, as I've seen in a few reviews below. It's a solid Cornwell novel. Read morePublished on June 10 2004 by - Kasia S.
No doubt here that Kay Scarpetta fans will enjoy this book. Patricia Cornwell constructs an enjoyable story here that will keep you turning the pages.Published on March 29 2004 by Patty Philbrook
This my favorite Patrica Cornwell book that deals with her charecter Dr. Kay Scarpetta. There is some guy out there killing young couples in the Virginia area. Read morePublished on Dec 2 2003 by General Pete
A serial killer dubbed by the media as "The Couple Killer" is kidnapping young couples, murdering them and leaving their bodies to decompose where they aren't discovered... Read morePublished on Oct. 31 2003 by Pascal
I really enjoyed this book. The forensics were probably a little scarcer than usual in a Patricia Cornwell book, but I don't think the book suffered because of that. Read morePublished on Aug. 18 2003 by Shirley Schwartz
I picked up this book without knowing the order that the Scarpetta series had been written in. Cornwell does a good job of filling in back story unobtrusively so I don't think it... Read morePublished on Aug. 5 2003 by Michael Beverly