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Blow Fly
Blow Fly | Patricia Cornwell
After her resignation as Virginia's Chief Medical Examiner and the horrifying events which threatened her life in The Last Precinct, Kay Scarpetta has abandoned her elegant home in Richmond and is quietly living in Florida, beginning to get some balance back in her life and slowly establishing herself as a private forensic consultant. But her past won't let her rest, and her grief for Benton Wesley continues to grow, not diminish, as does the rage within Lucy, her niece. Then the architect of her changed fortunes contacts her from his cell on death row: deformed, blinded by Scarpetta's own actions, incarcerated in Texas strongest prison, Jean-Baptiste Chardonne still has the ability to terrify. But, unkown to Scarpetta, there are other forces behind the wolfman's apparent actions, invisibly shepherding her and those closest to her towards eliminating those who threaten them all. And it is all orchestrated by the one man in her life who knows every nuance of her soul. Visit the author's website at www.patricia-cornwell.com
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Freespirit
Blow Fly | Patricia Cornwell
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I don‘t often bail whilst reading a book. I just found this one totally confusing. And not well written. It‘s my first Patricia Cornwell too so it makes me reluctant to try another. Maybe it‘s because it was an audio book. I find the narration can make all the difference. Can anyone recommend some audiobooks that they have enjoyed?

readordierachel If you like memoir, this audiobook is amazing 3mo
Freespirit Thank you @readordierachel I will look out for this one! 3mo
KathyWheeler I liked her earlier books. This book was around when they began to get bad and I quit reading them. 3mo
Freespirit Thanks @KathyWheeler I think if I try another one it will be an early one 👍🏼 3mo
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