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Patricia Cornwell


(Patricia Daniels Cornwell)
USA (1956 - )

Patricia Cornwell's series of crime novels featuring the forensic examiner Dr Kay Scarpetta are international bestsellers. She is also the author of two police procedurals and the biography of Ruth Graham. She divides her time between Virginia and New York.
 
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Life's Little Fable
 
Patricia Cornwell recommends
Freedom to Kill
Freedom to Kill (1997)
(Novel of the FBI)
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"Paul Lindsay is frighteningly good."
Death Sentence: The True Story of Velma Barfield's Life, Crimes, and Punishment
Death Sentence: The True Story of Velma Barfield's Life, Crimes, and Punishment (1998)
Jerry Bledsoe
"The master of true crime."
The Experiment
The Experiment (1999)
John Darnton
"... Thrills and haunts."
Red Wolf
Red Wolf (2003)
(Annika Bengtzon, book 5)
Liza Marklund
"One of the most dynamic and popular crime writers of our time."
The Bone Vault
The Bone Vault (2003)
(Alex Cooper, book 5)
Linda Fairstein
"Linda Fairstein's continued rise into the rarefied realm of great crime fiction seems unstoppable. She is beginning to defy gravity. The Bone Vault will spin your head and race you away on a blast of originality, chilling real-world detail, and turbo-charged writing."
A Death in Vienna
A Death in Vienna (2004)
(Gabriel Allon, book 4)
Daniel Silva
"Nerve-searing and painfully brilliant."
Double Cross Blind
Double Cross Blind (2005)
Joel Ross
"Masterfully told, THE DOUBLE CROSS BLIND is a superb WWII thriller. It is haunting and unforgettable."
Agent X
Agent X (2011)
(Steve Vail, book 2)
Noah Boyd
"We have a new American hero in Steve Vail."



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