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“I was very dissapointed with this Trace by Patricia...”

Written on: 16/07/2005 by sldlnotes (1 review written)

I was very dissapointed with this Trace by Patricia Cornwell. This left too many story threads from her last book hanging. No connection with where the last book left off and this one started. Almost felt that it was about different characters. I was troubled by some of the changes to the characters, they did not have the same feel to them. All of her earlier books could not put down. I just had to see what came next. This was hard to finish. Seems like it is missing the feel from her earlier… Read Full Review

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“Trace ”

Written on: 04/07/2004 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

Trace
Patricia Cornwell
Putnam, Sept 2004, $26.95, 436 pp.
ISBN 0399152199

Kay Scarpetta and Benton Wesley were planning a two-week vacation in his Aspen cottage but at the last minute he cancels because he is counseling Lucy's girlfriend Henri who was attacked and almost killed while in bed in Luc's home. Someone is stalking one of the ladies, leaving a picture of an eye on her on her outside door and planting a bomb in her mailbox. Lucy is busy hunting down the maniac.

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